Pennsylvania diocese honors religious for Year of Consecrated Life

Posted by Katie Loftus
Sunday 28, June 2015 | Category:   Consecrated Life
The Bishop in Scranton celebrates mass
The Diocese of Scranton celebrated the Year of Consecrated
Life with a Mass honoring its priests, brothers, and sisters.

The Diocese of Scranton, Pennsylvania celebrated the Year of Consecrated Life with the annual Pontifical Mass for Consecrated Life, which took place at the Cathedral of St. Peter in Scranton.

Bishop Joseph C. Bambera was the celebrant for the Mass that honored priests, brothers, and sisters who celebrated their anniversaries of ordination or profession of vows.

All religious women and men and members of various forms of consecrated life were invited to the Mass and reception that followed. This year, 42 men and women jubilarians serving in the diocese were honored.

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