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Tonight in DC: Abp DiNoia

Tonight, at St. Matthew's Cathedral, Archbishop J. Augustine DiNoia, O.P., will be giving the annual John Carroll lecture on "Why Catholics Go To Mass." Archbishop DiNoia, who celebrated his 40th anniversary as a priest this past Sunday at a beautiful Mass at the Dominican House of Studies where he taught for many years, is one of the most gifted speakers in the Church today, a master not only of theology but the English language. His talk will not disappoint. It begins at 6:45 p.m. Archbishop DiNoia is also slated to give the homily at the Red Mass this coming Sunday.

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