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Salesian Holy Hour to be Held During Pilgrimage of the Sacred Relics of Saints

Salesian Holy Hour to be Held During Pilgrimage of the Sacred Relics of Saints

Join fellow parishioners on May 31 for a carpool to Our Lady of the Angels Chapel at Newman Catholic Student Center Parish where the sacred relics will be available for Veneration.

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Oblate Seminarian to Visit Holy Infant This Weekend

Oblate Seminarian to Visit Holy Infant This Weekend

Mr. Chris Allen, OSFS, will speak to parishioners ahead of the June 3-4 Oblate Appeal

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25 Holy Infant Youth Receive First Eucharist

25 Holy Infant Youth Receive First Eucharist

Families and parishioners came out to celebrate the sacrament on Saturday, May 6.

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Living Rosary Lets Children Take the Lead

Living Rosary Lets Children Take the Lead

Lower Grade Faith Development classes led the parish in the Glorious Mysteries as part of Faith First Weekend.

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Diaper Bank Drive Collects Over 1000 Diapers

Diaper Bank Drive Collects Over 1000 Diapers

In addition to diapers, parishioners generously donated wipes and Ziploc bags.

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Support Holy Infant When You Shop on Amazon.com

Support Holy Infant When You Shop on Amazon.com

Shop through AmazonSmile.com and your everyday purchases will benefit the parish.

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How the church determines a true Marian apparition

How the church determines a true Marian apparition

When it comes to Marian apparitions, the Catholic Church takes a prudent approach that focuses more on the message than the miracle.

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TYM Hosts Parent Topic Night

TYM Hosts Parent Topic Night

Guest speakers, Whitney and Nicole, spoke on Human Trafficking close to home.

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Bishop's Annual Appeal Reaches 90% of Goal

Bishop's Annual Appeal Reaches 90% of Goal

22,500 donors have pledged towards the goal that funds 30 ministries of charity, worship and evangelization.

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Eucharistic Miracles of the World Exhibit

Eucharistic Miracles of the World Exhibit

Visit the exhibit in Chapel Hill on May 27 and 28 to learn about over 150 of these extraordinary Eucharistic miracles!

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Young Parishioner helping Babies in North Carolina

Young Parishioner helping Babies in North Carolina

Kindergartner, Ethan Anderson, needs your help collecting diapers for the Diaper Bank of North Carolina on Sunday April 30 between Masses.

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Sisters vs. Nuns : What's the Difference?

Sisters vs. Nuns : What's the Difference?

The words "sister" and "nun" are often used interchangeably to describe women religious in the Catholic Church, but there are differences in the lifestyles, ministry and vows of these unique vocations.

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A Bavarian celebration for Benedict XVI

A Bavarian celebration for Benedict XVI

Pope emeritus Benedict XVI'S 90th birthday coincided with Easter Sunday and was celebrated at the Vatican on Monday.

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No Weekday Masses and Parish Office Closed

No Weekday Masses and Parish Office Closed

There will be no weekday Mass from Monday, April 17 through Friday, April 21. The Parish Office will be closed during this time and reopen on Monday, April 24 at 9am.

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Inclusion Act Receives Continued Strong Support from USCCB Chairmen

Inclusion Act Receives Continued Strong Support from USCCB Chairmen

Religious freedom is important for all, including child Inclusion Act protects religious freedom and excludes no one Parental choice in adoption is important and deserves protection

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Infertility Awareness Weekend

Infertility Awareness Weekend

April 22nd and 23rd is Infertility Awareness Weekend.

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Parishioners Enjoy Service and Fellowship at DeSales Lenten Service Retreat

Parishioners Enjoy Service and Fellowship at DeSales Lenten Service Retreat

The three-day retreat included moving and building furniture and throwing a birthday party at Families Moving Forward.

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Holy Infant  Raises $850 for the Durham CROP Walk

Holy Infant Raises $850 for the Durham CROP Walk

15 parishioners, including members of the JYM middle school group, walked in the Durham CROP Hunger walk on Sunday, April 2.

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Special Collections on Easter Weekend

Special Collections on Easter Weekend

At our Easter liturgies next weekend we will have two special collections that are especially important to the parish and the priests who have served our faith community and diocese.

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TYM Holds Spring Retreat Themed "This is Our Story"

TYM Holds Spring Retreat Themed "This is Our Story"

TYM traveled to Kure Beach to reflect on and strengthen their relationship with God through storytelling.

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Holy Infant Youth Receive Sacrament of Confirmation

Holy Infant Youth Receive Sacrament of Confirmation

Family, sponsors and parishioners gathered Tuesday night to witness and celebrate 15 youth as they received the Sacrament of Confirmation.

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