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Meeting Held by Diocesan Administration at Chancery

BURBANK, IL [DOM Communications] – On Tuesday, May 11, the administration of the Diocese of the Midwest gathered at the Chancery in Burbank, IL for …

Work Continues at New Monastery, but Help Needed

MARSHFIELD, MO [DOM Communications] – The newly established Holy Resurrection Monastery in the Diocese of the Midwest continues its work and labor making repairs and …

Vesting takes place for New Cleveland Cathedral Priest

CHICAGO, IL [DOM Communications] – During the Divine Liturgy on Bright Wednesday, May 5, celebrated at his Diocesan Cathedral, Holy Trinity Cathedral, His Eminence Archbishop …

Annual Clergy Convocation Concludes

BURBANK, IL [DOM Communications] – The annual Clergy Convocation of the Diocese of the Midwest took place on Wednesday, May 12. This was a virtual …

Williams Bay Chapel Granted Mission Status

WILLIAMS BAY, WI [DOM Communications] – In a recent letter dated March 15, 2021, His Eminence Archbishop Paul granted “mission status” to the Holy Theophany …

In Memoriam: Archpriest Peter Pawlack

WARREN, OH [DOM Communications] – Today, April 19, 2021, the Very Reverend Archpriest Peter Pawlack fell asleep in the Lord. Father Peter was born in …

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