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Phone (618)277-8181
Web site http://www.diobelle.org/default.aspx
Address 222 South Third Street
Belleville, ID 62220-1985
 
 
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Bishop Edward Braxton lead the Red Mass at the Cathedral of Saint Peter in Belleville Friday morning. The Red Mass marks the opening of the judicial term in the United States and celebrates the civic unity of professionals from all faith traditions who ...

Catholics & the Conversation on Race - Commonweal


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Catholics & the Conversation on Race
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Bishop Edward Braxton, of Belleville, Ill., one of only fifteen African-American bishops (the retired included), thinks so. “In spite of the profound differences and seeming incompatibility between the teachings of the church and the Black Lives Matter ...

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Christmas Blessings to You from Young People Across the Diocese - The Messenger


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(Editor's note: The Messenger invited fourth- to sixth-graders in every parish to write a Prayer for Christmas. Hundreds of prayers were submitted, and the first three entries were selected as exemplary among their classmates. They are: Kendra Vaughn ...

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