Oblate Program at Belmont Abbey, NC

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Postings to Resume

Due to unavoidable circumstances the website has had no new postings for about a month. With this post that will change and postings will resume again today, March 20th. The Oblate newsletter has been posted for March and April and is a special “Divine Mercy Edition.” While much of what is in it is available […]

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A Letter from the Abbot

Dear Oblates, Although you have probably known of it for some time, I am happy to bring to your attention the new abbey website: belmontabbey.org. If you have not visited it already, I invite you to do so. As you will see, we now have information on our oblate program as well as a link to […]

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Facebook: Oblates of St. Benedict?

At the last meeting a number of Oblates came very early expecting Mass. They reported getting their information from a “Belmont Abbey Oblate Facebook page.” In discussing the various means of communication for the Oblate Program, the Abbot expressly forbid the use of Facebook in favor of a traditional website. We live in a country […]

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Catholic News Agency launches mobile app

Denver, Colo., Jul 16, 2014 / 11:09 am (CNA).- Catholic News Agency has announced the launch of its new app, offering direct access to all of its content, free of charge. “Our readers have come to expect free, timely coverage of the Universal Church on our website,” said Marianne Medlin, editor-in-chief of CNA. “Now we’re […]

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Vatican newspaper launches new website

CNS: VATICAN CITY — Marking the beginning of the seventh year of the papacy of Pope Benedict XVI, the Vatican newspaper launched a new website. The site, initially available only in Italian and English, debuted last evening as this morning’s issue of the newspaper rolled off the presses. Today is the anniversary of Pope Benedict’s […]

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General Notes for Those on the Prayer Line

We strive to keep confidentiality.  Please do not add friends or forward prayer requests outside the Prayer Line network. Please use 1stprayers@bellsouth.net for prayer requests. Keep the Prayer Line in your daily prayers. Your prayers are needed. When requesting prayers for the deceased, please included both first and last names. Frequently we receive requests via […]

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Website Threshold Reached

The Oblate website crossed the 10,000 hit threshold October 7, 2009. I could not help but  note the threshold was crossed on a feast day of Our Lady and hope that she will continue to bless this ministry of the Oblate program through the years to come. It is remarkable to see the reach of […]

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Website Revision — Phase 4 and Final

The website is now fully updated and operational. All RSS feeds have been restored. All articles and images have been revised to work within the new theme design. All hyperlinks have been tested and appear to be functioning. All video feeds have been reformated to fit the new layout. With over 300 articles currently on […]

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U.S. bishops launch website on health care reform

Washington D.C., Aug 15, 2009 / 05:25 pm (CNA).- As the American health care debate continues, the U.S. Catholic bishops have launched a webpage to promote support for a “truly universal” health policy that respects human dignity. The page on the website of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) includes letters for bishops to […]

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Vatican City State website celebrates two years, three million visitors

Vatican City, Aug 5, 2009 / 04:35 pm (CNA).- With more than three million visits since its inception, the Vatican City State website, http://www.vatican.va/phome_en.htm, recently celebrated its second anniversary on July 19. The site, which allows users to get a more up-close look at Vatican City, is visited by an average of 1,800 users per […]

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