San Juan Bautista Catholic Church, El Paso (Texas) Diocese

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+J.M.J.+ 3 minute highlight video of the parish of San Juan Bautista Catholic Church in El Paso, Texas, and Father Michael Rodriguez. Please visit our .

+J.M.J.+ To help defray the cost of making these videos possible, please send donations to: St. Vincent Ferrer Foundation of Texas .

+J.M.J.+ The continuation of Part 1- The 25th Wedding Anniversary Missa Cantata for Jerome and Jonnalyn Belocura at San Juan Bautista Catholic Church .

+J.M.J.+ May 22nd, 2010. The 25th Wedding Anniversary Missa Cantata for Jerome and Jonnalyn Belocura at San Juan Bautista .

St. Mary’s Episcopal Church in Phoenix, Arizona: 60th Anniversary

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St. Mary’s Episcopal Church in Phoenix celebrated 60 years of ministry to the community in 2016. The church, located between the historic Maryvale and Alhambra districts, was established in 1956 as a welcoming Anglo-Catholic community of Christians in the Episcopal Diocese of Arizona.

In this video, one of the founding missioners of the parish, the Reverend Fr. Lewis Long, OSB, arrives early to the service. It was a great honor to have Fr. Long back with us for the celebration, and to thank him for his years of service to the church and the neighborhood.

St. Catherine of Alexandria Catholic Church Wedding Riverside

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View a high resolution version at St Catherine in Riverside Inland Empire California is a beautiful church and has their own private school. We have the honor of frequently producing wedding video at this place of worship. We also do the video work for the San Bernardino Diocese. The bride surprised the groom with a rented Dodge Viper and had a great reception at their home in Perris. Visit or call (951) 688-4336 John Goolsby

San Jose Diocese Says Gay Is Ok

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Diocese of Madison – Vocation #1 Women

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Remembering St. Stephen the Martyr, Waterboro, Maine

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This slideshow remembers the life and ministry of St. Stephen the Martyr Episcopal Church in Waterboro, Maine. Early in 2014, members decided to hold its last service in May, and in October the Diocesan Convention meeting in Presque Isle, approved its closure and remembered and celebrated St. Stephen’s many years of worship and presence in the Waterboro community.

‘Weeping’ statue of Mary investigated by N.M. diocese

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A New Mexican diocese is investigating a statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary that some Catholics say has been “weeping” for more than a month.

Bishop Oscar Cantú of the Diocese of Las Cruces gave a public update July 15 about the diocesan investigation into an allegedly “weeping” statue of the Virgin Mary. The cast bronze image of Our Lady of Guadalupe has been drawing crowds to the church named in her honor in Hobbs, N.M.

Parishioners first reported seeing tears appearing to stream down the hollow statue in May.

Giving an update on the investigation launched that same month, Bishop Cantú said on Sunday that some had also reported a pleasant smell around the statue.

“Some of the witnesses claimed it smelled of roses, so something similar to the oil I bless and consecrate each year that we use for baptism, for confirmations and for ordination of the priests.” So far, the investigation seems to support these reports. As part of the efforts to determine the origin and nature of the tears, samples were sent for chemical analysis. The results determined that the tears were made of a scented olive oil.

The statue itself is also being examined. “We examined the interior of the hollow statue,” Cantú told reporters. “There’s nothing on the interior that’s not supposed to be there, except for cobwebs. So we took pictures; we examined it.”

It was thought by investigators that the tears might have been the result of residual wax from the casting process, but this appears to have been ruled out. Cantú said that the manufacturers had assured them that the heat of the casting process made it impossible for there to be any moisture left in the statue. Addressing the possibility that the weeping statue could be an hoax, he noted that if it was he could not see how it was being accomplished.

On July 11, it was announced that Bishop Cantú was being transferred to take up the post of bishop coadjutor in the diocese of San José, California. He is scheduled to take up that post at the end of September. Before he leaves, Cantú said he intends to visit the Church of Our Lady of Guadalupe to see the statue for himself.

Before making any final decision on the miraculous nature of the weeping statue, the bishop said he would be seeking advice from a higher authority. “I’m checking best practices,” he told reporters. “Certainly, I have a final say, but I would defer to the wisdom of Pope Francis.”

In the meantime, the Hobbs church continues to see a steady stream of visitors. Even without formal recognition by church authorities, many are finding it a moving experience.

“I’ve read most of those written testimonies, and they are stories of tremendous faith, people who have been dealing with terrible suffering in their lives and have felt a tremendous spiritual consolation that Mary walks with us in our tears” Cantú said.

He noted that for many Catholics in the border diocese of Las Cruces, the image of Our Lady crying with them was deeply powerful. “I can’t help but think of my own shedding of tears for the poor people who come to our border, fleeing life-threatening situations. The tears of those children who are separated from their parents. There are many reasons we would shed tears, and God stands with us in those moments.”

The diocesan investigation continues.

Convention Address by the Rt. Rev. Stephen T. Lane, Bishop of Maine

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Bishop Stephen T. Lane offers his annual address to the 195th Convention of the Episcopal Diocese of Maine on October 25, 2014, at the University of Maine, Presque Isle.

St Francis de Sales Catholic Church Wedding | Riverside California Anaheim Hills

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St Francis de Sales Catholic Church in Riverside was the choice for this beautiful wedding. Anaheim Hills Country Club in OC Orange County was the reception location. The music video is from Jessica Simpson Take My Breath Away. has been voted one of the Top 25 Videographers in the World every year since 2005. Visit us at or or call (951) 688-4336

Diocese of El Paso, Tx, USA-San Juan Bautista Catholic Church-Fr. Michael Rodriguez

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+J.M.J.+ Three-minute highlight video of the (former) parish of San Juan Bautista Catholic Church in El Paso, Texas, and Father Michael Rodriguez.
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