Tuesday, July 23, 2024

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Diocese Announces Retirement of CFO, Appointment of Successor

Diocese Announces Retirement of CFO, Appointment of Successor

Today, the Diocese of Harrisburg is announcing the retirement of our Chief Financial Officer, Donald J. Kaercher, and the appointment of his successor, Michael Gillis.

Statement from Bishop Senior on Political Rally Shooting

I was shocked and deeply saddened by the news of the shooting yesterday during a rally with former President Trump. Please join me in praying for him, for the others who were injured, and especially for those who lost their lives.
Katie Doyle

York Catholic Middle & High School Principal Appointed President

The Most Reverend Timothy C. Senior, Bishop of Harrisburg, and the Board of Directors for York Catholic Middle & High School are pleased to announce that Katie Doyle has been appointed to the new position of school President. Doyle begins this new role on July 1.

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Statement from Bishop Senior on Political Rally Shooting

I was shocked and deeply saddened by the news of the shooting yesterday during a rally with former President Trump. Please join me in praying for him, for the others who were injured, and especially for those who lost their lives.

Bishop Senior’s Homily for the 50th Wedding Mass Homily

Bishop Senior's Homily at Saint Catherine of Siena, Quarryville. June 17, 2024.

A Message from Bishop Senior about Religious Freedom Week

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, "Religious freedom allows the Church, and all religious communities, to live out their faith in public and to serve the good of all."

A Message from Bishop Senior on Juneteenth

Dear Brothers and Sisters, Two months after the end of the Civil War, on June 19, 1865, the last enslaved people in the Confederate states were told of their freedom. This date, known as Juneteenth, marked a significant milestone in putting an end to the evil of slavery in our country.

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Upcoming Events

Festivals & Picnics

It's summertime, and that means parish festivals! Enjoy food, games, raffles, live music and camaraderie at the many parish festivals taking place throughout the Diocese in the coming weeks. Check back often, as more festivals will be added when their information is received.

Join Me for 8 Days of Eucharistic Joy

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, I am pleased to announce that during the first week of June our Diocese will celebrate 8 Days of Eucharistic Joy in hopeful anticipation of the National Eucharistic Congress in July.

Getting to Know the Men Who Will Be Ordained the Diocese’s Newest Priests

The four men who will be ordained priests for the Diocese of Harrisburg on Saturday, June 1, have backgrounds, gifts and discernment stories as varied as life experiences: one entered seminary immediately after college, and one after graduating high school; another served ten years in education and one entered seminary not long after joining the Catholic Church.

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