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The gifts of the Holy Spirit, received on the first Pentecost, enabled the apostles to go out and share the Gospel, just as Jesus called them too. Thousands of years later, we are still called to do the same today.CMN's Executive Director Krisanne Vaillancourt Murphy says:"That’s why Pentecost is such an important day to us here at CMN. It’s an opportunity for each of us to recommit ourselves to this mission. It’s a chance to root ourselves in the Gospel message we are called to share—a Gospel of hope, love, and redemption for all people.In keeping with this, I’m eager to tell you that CMN has an exciting announcement coming this week. We’ve been working behind the scenes to bring forth something new for you: something that captures the energy and momentum of our mission, and vibrantly expresses our shared faith.I can’t wait to share it with you in a few days.But first, let us celebrate this Pentecost and relish in the promise Jesus made to the disciples: that an advocate would be sent to give us the strength we need to be the Church we are called to be. May each of us do our part so that it may be so." ... See MoreSee Less
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Right now, we're advancing 52,000 infrastructure projects in every corner of the country. Dirt is flying, frames are rising, and concrete is pouring—shaped at every turn by American workers. ... See MoreSee Less
L.A. celebrates the transformative power of second chances! 🙌 Join us in honor of Father Greg Boyle, as the city declares a special day for the man who turned compassion into a lifeline for so many. Discover how one person's boundless love is reshaping our city. Don't miss the ceremony at 10 a.m. this Friday at City Hall!Details at LINK BELOW:lamag.com/news/l-a-set-to-proclaim-friday-father-greg-boyle-day ... See MoreSee Less