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Hey I’m taking a phlebotomy class at Delaware tech Dover campus and I was wondering if you were willing to help me out by volunteering your time either Saturday Aug 3rd from 9am-2pm or Wednesday aug 21st from 7pm-9pm to let me stick you for my certification? If those dates don’t work you’re more than welcome to come anytime on a Monday or Wednesday between 7p-9p, just let me know when you’re coming 😊 Address: 100 Campus Dr Dover DE 19904 building 200
You are Invited! Rosary Rally in Honor of St. Joseph (feast day 3/19) Saturday, March 17th, following the 8:00 am Mass (approx 8:45) In front of the Saint Joseph statue in Church Our intention will be to ask God, Our Lady of the Rosary, and Saint Joseph to protect and preserve traditional marriage in America. Please join us as we will be part of 3000 Rosary rallies across the United States

18-35 year olds please join us in faith, fellowship, and service!

Young adulthood is a passage of life when new decisions are made, paths are taken and a place is established in one's community. Young adult ministry is for those in their late teens, twenties and thirties (singles or young families), with varied professions and goals. It provides an opportunity to share friendship, fellowship and faith with other Catholic Christians.

Mission: We want to offer young adult Catholics in Central Delaware an environment to meet and develop long-lasting friendships through prayer, fellowship, and service, and to enrich our relationship with our Lord, Jesus Christ and explore the traditions, theology, and history of The Church.

The lord does not spurn those in bondage, to sin or to disease

Remember tomorrow, on this Palm Sunday unlike any before, it is not the Palms that are important, but our souls!

Remember that we are united by our faith, even when separated!

Today is the Feast of the Annunciation! At Noon, join Pope Francis and all Christians around the world to pray the Our Father for an end to the #Covid19 #pandemic 🙏

Wednesday, March 25, is the feast of the Annunciation. Pope Francis has asked everyone to join together at noon to pray the Our Father for the end of the #COVID19 #pandemic and those affected by it. That is 7 a.m. EDT and 4 a.m. PDT. We know many of our readers are in different time zones. The exact time might not be important, just 🙏🙏. Please help spread the word. (CNS photo/Vatican Media)


The Bishop's Message and Mass for the Fourth Sunday of Lent

After listening to a brief message from Bishop Malooly, view his celebration of Mass for the Fourth Sunday of Lent at the Cathedral of Saint Peter in Wilmington, Delaware! This is presented so that the faithful can participate in Mass while churches are closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.


After a brief message from Bishop Malooly, he celebrates Mass for the Fourth Sunday of Lent at the Cathedral of Saint Peter in Wilmington, Delaware. This is ...

As life has slowed down recently, take some time out of your day in prayer to strive to know the Lord, and prepare for his coming at Easter! Whether we will be present at Mass or not, he is coming like a spring rain, so be joyful! #coronalent

Hey everyone! Let’s all take time to think about how we can all become more Loving towards God and our Quaraneighbors today 👍 And don’t forget to wash your hands!


Pope picks up Italian Bishops’ appeal to pray Rosary together - Vatican News

9PM Thursday, 3.19.20 Feast of St. Joseph - Join the initiative of Pope Francis to recite the Rosary together. The idea is to have a nonstop chain of prayer, so at 9pm in every time zone, the Rosary will be prayed for the protection of our families.

In the face of the coronavirus pandemic, Pope Francis reiterates the Italian Bishops’ call for prayers and extends an invitation to union in prayer to ...

In the midst of our current crisis situation, it helps to look to St Joseph who listened to and acted courageously to God’s call! St Joseph Pray For Us!

Friends, today we celebrate the feast of St. Joseph.

Every episode of Joseph’s life is a crisis. He discovers that the woman to whom he was betrothed was pregnant. He resolved to divorce her quietly, but then the angel of the Lord appeared in a dream and explained the anomalous pregnancy. So Joseph understood what was happening in the context of God’s providence and he took Mary as his wife.

Next, discovering that the child was in mortal danger, Joseph took mother and baby on a perilous journey to an unknown country. Anyone who has ever been forced to move to a new city knows the anxiety that Joseph must have felt. But Joseph went because God had commanded him.

Finally, we hear of Joseph desperately seeking his lost twelve-year-old son. Quietly taking the child home, Joseph once more put aside his human feelings and trusted in the purposes of God.

The little we know about Joseph is that he experienced heartbreak, fear unto death, and a parent’s deepest anxiety. But each time, he read what happened to him as a theo-drama, not an ego-drama. This shift in attitude is what made Joseph the patron of the universal Church.

Reflect: Think of the last crisis you encountered. Did you handle it as part of a theo-drama (God’s plans and purposes) or as part of an ego-drama (your own plans and purposes)? Reflect on the differences between these two perspectives and how each one shapes your attitude and behavior.


In this Lenten season like no other, we have been asked to fast from many things. Let us see it not as a punishment, but as an opportunity to grow in charity towards your fellow men and grocery shoppers, and we will come out the other side closer to each other and to God!

[03/16/20]   By your unfailing mercy, Lord,

purify and guard your Church,

and since without you she cannot stand fast,

support and guide her always by your grace.

Through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son,

who lives and reigns with you in the unity of the Holy Spirit,

one God, for ever and ever.


Prayer today from the Office of Readings for March 16, 2020


Responding to Coronavirus – Catholic Diocese of Wilmington

(March 15, 2020 5:30 p.m.) At the advice of government officials, and after consultation with medical professionals, Bishop Francis Malooly has canceled all public Masses in the Diocese of Wilmington until further notice. This effort is designed to help safeguard the public and prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus.


cdow.org Featured Responding to Coronavirus 03/12/202003/15/2020 bob 3423 Views In order to keep the Catholic community of Delaware and Maryland’s Eastern Shore up-to-date regarding our efforts to respond to the coronavirus (COVID-19), the Diocese of Wilmington has set up this webpage (cdow.org/coronavir....


Bishop Malooly issues Sunday Mass dispensation until further notice; Catholic schools in diocese closed until March 30 - The Dialog

Effective immediately, and until further notice, the Most Reverend W. Francis Malooly, Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Wilmington, has dispensed the Catholic faithful of the Diocese of Wilmington from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass. This dispensation is intended to help limit the spread of coronavirus, and conform to guidelines and regulations adopted by the States of Delaware and Maryland.


thedialog.org Catholics in Delaware and Maryland’s Eastern Shore will find churches open for Mass this weekend, but Bishop W. Francis Malooly has dispensed of the Sunday obligation to attend Mass in an effort to limit the spread of coronavirus. Regulations limiting large gatherings have been adopted in both sta...

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Blessed St Nicholas Day!

Loving God, we thank You for the example of St. Nicholas, who fed the hungry, brought hope to the Imprisoned, gave comfort to the lost, and taught the truth to all.
May we strive to imitate him by putting You first in all we do.
Give us the courage, love and strength of St. Nicholas, so that, like him, we may serve you through loving our brothers and sisters.

Blessed All Souls Day!

O God, Creator and Redeemer of all the faithful, grant to the souls of Your servants and handmaids the remission of all their sins, that they may obtain by our loving prayers the forgiveness which they have always desired.


It’s Time for Catholics to Embrace Halloween - Word on Fire

Holy Halloween! “Think of all the customs associated with Halloween as a Mardi Gras before All Saints Day and I think you get a perspective in regards to all the excess and tomfoolery. The party was meant to culminate in solemn worship”


wordonfire.org Father Steve Grunow explains the deeply Catholic roots of All Hallows Eve, aka Halloween.

Blessed Feast of Pope St John Paul II! Pray for us, papa!

Blessed Feast of St. Francis of Assisi !!!
Lord God, you made Saint Francis of Assisi
Christ-like in his poverty and humility.
Help us so to walk in his ways that,
with joy and love,
we may follow Christ your Son,
and be united to you.
Through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son,
who lives and reigns with you in the unity of the Holy Spirit,
one God, for ever and ever.

Blessed Feast of St Matthew! In the gospel today, St Matthew gets up and follows without question, but in this artistic interpretation, you can see the man at the end looking down at what he will lose (money) by choosing to obey Jesus. Have you needed to make that hard decision to follow Him when He calls? If not, are you still clinging to something? Pray for the graces to imitate St Matthew! St Matthew, Pray for us!

Blessed Feast of St Matthew! Time to get up and follow Jesus #catholiclife

Happy Feast of the Assumption of Mary!
Still can make it to the 12:10 and 7:00 PM at Holy Cross Church! I’ll be at 7:00 if you want someone to sit with 😁

Catholic Apologetics Institute of North America - CAINA

Check it it!

On today's Catholic Forum, meet Elise Cronin and Stephen Hauss, and learn about Young Adult Ministry in the Diocese of Wilmington. It starts at 11:00 on Relevant Radio 640. After it airs, listen anytime at cdow.org/CatholicForum or search "Catholic Forum" on Apple, Spotify, or iHeartRadio Podcasts. Catholic Forum is a production of the Office of Communication of the Diocese of Wilmington.



Once again, a so-called “End of Life Options Act,” that would legalize physician-assisted suicide in Delaware has been introduced. This time it’s called “HB 140 –The Ron Silverio/Heather Block End of Life Options Law.” Efforts on the part of the Catholic community, other faith groups, the Medical Society of Delaware, the Delaware Health Care Association, Saint Francis Healthcare, and advocates for persons with disabilities, kept this legislation from becoming law in 2017 and 2018. We need to do so again this year, and are asking for your help. Please send a notice to your senators asking them to vote no!


votervoice.net Once again, a so-called “End of Life Options Act,” that would legalize physician-assisted suicide in Delaware has been introduced.  This time it’s called “HB 140 –The Ron Silverio/Heather Block End of Life Options Law.” Efforts on the part of...

Blessed Feast of St Joseph the Worker! Pray for all those seeking gainful employment, that they may have the opportunity to assist in creation, and may support themselves and their families! St Joseph Pray for us!

Happy feast of Saint Joseph the worker!

Jason Bach Cartoons

More like FACE-Palm Sunday, AMIRITE

St. Joseph, Terror of Demons, pray for us!

Have a blessed St. Joseph’s Day!

Holy Cross Church

Fridays in Lent

• Enjoy a fish dinner, 4:00—7:00 pm New menu this year so check it out!
Adults $12, children $6, maximum of $30 per each family.
• Receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation, 5:30 pm
• Listen to a talk and learn about your faith, 6:00 pm This week Fr Lentini will talk on the sacraments of Reconciliation and Anointing of the Sick
• Pray the Stations of the Cross, 7:00 pm.

Today begins the season of Lent, and is a fasting day! So when you are hungry today, keep this in mind, it’s not giving up your favorite foods that pleases God.

This is the fast that pleases me, says the Lord: share your bread with the hungry, and shelter the homeless poor. Then you will cry and the Lord will hear; you will call, and he will say, ‘I am here.’ Is 58:6-7,9


Happy Cyril and Methodius Day! 😍

Lord Jesus Christ, through the intercession of St. Jean Vianney, grant that your priests will be inspired to strive for holiness by the power of his example. St Jean Vianney, patron of parish priests, pray for us! #heartofapriest

The incorrupt heart of St. Jean Vianney will be visiting Corpus Christi Church, in Elsmere on Monday, February 4, 2019! A Mass with Bishop Francis Malooly as celebrant and homilist will begin at 8:30 a.m. Rosaries and prayer services are scheduled throughout the day. Evening Prayer of Saint Jean Vianney and Benediction with the relic with Father Darcy at 6:30


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1200 N Dupont Hwy
Dover, 19901

Focusing On Renewing Christ-Like Existence

Dover First Seventh Day Adventist Church Dover First Seventh Day Adventist Church
647 Wyoming Ave
Dover, 19904-4354

Pastor Evan Knott Sabbath School: 9:45 am Worship Service: 11:00 am

Iddpmi Casa de Esperanza Iddpmi Casa de Esperanza
216 Wyoming Mill Road
Dover, 19904

Religious Organization - Church

Lion of Judah Ministry Lion of Judah Ministry
2364 Pearsons Corner Rd
Dover, 19904

We are a ministry where people become disciples not members. We teach and preach the word of God according to the holy bible to share good news of Jesus

Kingdom Reality Ministries Intl (KRMI) Kingdom Reality Ministries Intl (KRMI)
113 W. Camden Wyoming, Ave
Dover, 19934

Living the Kingdom Driven Life

Destiny Christian Church Destiny Christian Church
2161 Forrest Ave
Dover, 19904

Dale and LuAnne Mast serve as Pastors to Destiny Christian Church a growing, thriving, multi-racial, non-denominational, Bible believing church

Summit Young Adult Ministry Summit Young Adult Ministry
Wesley College: Wells Theater
Dover, 19901

Wyoming United Methodist Church Wyoming United Methodist Church
216 Wyoming Mill Rd
Dover, 19904

Official page of Wyoming United Methodist Church 216 Wyoming Mill Road, Dover, Delaware 19904. www.wyomingumc.com 302-697-8400

Carolyn McNeil Global Ministries - Apostle Carolyn McNeil Global Ministries - Apostle
9 E Loockerman St
Dover, 19901

To share the Gospel of Christ, to impacting the nation taking the Word of God world wide, on global assignment shining a light in a dark place.

The Church The Body Of Christ The Church The Body Of Christ
764 Townsend Blvd.
Dover, 19901

Truth & Transparency Ministries Truth & Transparency Ministries
1221 S. Govenors Avenue
Dover, 19904


Tracy Palmer Ministries Tracy Palmer Ministries
P.O. Box 14
Dover, 19903

Tracy Palmer Ministries has a mission to uplift, encourage, empower, and challenge, women in various stages of their lives that are seeking spiritual, professional and personal growth through venues that provide motivation, awareness, and mentoring.