Holy Week
"...He humbled himself, becoming obedient to death,
even death on a cross."    -- Philippians 2:8
Diocesan Happenings
The Office of Youth Ministry sponsored the annual Junior High Youth Day on March 18 with APeX Ministries headlining the gathering. MORE
Student representatives from the four Catholic high schools in the Diocese of Altoona-Johnstown gathered with Bishop Mark for the annual Quad High Day. MORE  
News and Information
Catholic Ministries Drive
The 2018 Catholic Ministries Drive supports 14 vital Diocesan ministries that Form Clergy and Laity, Nurture our Youth, and Care for the Poor/Strengthen Families. MORE
ARISE Together in Christ
Preparations continue for the Diocesan renewal initiative ARISE Together in Christ. Training sessions were held throughout the Diocese in mid-March. More sessions are scheduled for mid-April. MORE  
Prince Gallitzin Cross Award 
Do you know someone who exhibits the "evangelizing spirit" of the Prince-Priest and Servant of God Demetrius Gallitzin? The Diocese is accepting nominations for the 2018 Prince Gallitzin Cross Award. MORE
Because of the winter storm, the Day of Remembrance for deceased spouses was postponed from March 21 to April 11. Mass will still be celebrated at Immaculate Conception Parish in New Germany and lunch will follow. All guests must re-register with the Family Life Office by April 5. Please call (814) 886-5551.
Thank you for reading this edition of E-vangelist.  For more Diocesan news, please read The Catholic Register and watch Proclaim! every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. on WATM ABC 23 followed by the live Mass from Saint John Gualbert Cathedral in Johnstown.

May you have a blessed Holy Week.

Tony DeGol 
Secretary for Communications
Diocese of Altoona-Johnstown
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