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Claretian Publications   
Claretian Publications is a member of Claret Publishing Group, a consortium of the publishing houses of the Claretian Missionaries all over the world: Bangalore, Barcelona, Buenos Aires, Chennai, Macau, Madrid, Manila and São Paolo.

Saint Anne and Saint Patrick Parish and Shrine   
Fiskdale, Sturbridge. Contact information, Mass schedule, calendar of events, and parish history. Features St. Anne's shrine tour, Icon gallery and shrine events, and schedule.

CaFE, short for Catholic Faith Exploration, is a very successful small group program developed in the English Catholic Church, that is based on three successive video courses.

Diocese of San Diego   
The Diocese of San Diego, established in 1936, comprises 99 parishes, 48 parochial schools, and the Diocesan Pastoral Center which serves as the headquarters of the Roman Catholic Church in San Diego and Imperial Counties, California.

Passionist Nuns of Pittsburgh, PA   
The Passionist Nuns of Pittsburgh, PA is the first community of Passionist Nuns in the US, founded 100 years ago on July 10, 1910 by five Passionist Nuns from Tarquinia, Italy.

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