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Thanksgiving Day

The word Eucharist means Thanksgiving. On this day we will once again gather with family and friends and share a hearty meal that has been a staple of the holiday for several hundred years. Today The Catholic Telegraph would like to Thank You, our readers of one of the nations

To our valued readers: We are preparing the November edition of The Catholic Telegraph and we want to hear what you! In honor of Thanksgiving, share with us how God has blessed you this past year. Submission deadline is Wednesday, October 9. Submit your photos and blessings by clicking here

The Catholic Telegraph Mass Times and More Calendar has released Mass Times for Thanksgiving Day.  A great way to start Thanksgiving Day is with the family and friends and attend a Mass near you. For the calendar, click here

Staff Report November is the month where Americans celebrate Thanksgiving. Though Thanksgiving itself is not a liturgical holiday, it is a day to thank God for our many blessings. Below are some specific family life activities that can enrich your family’s faith as we approach Thanksgiving. Presentation of the Blessed Virgin

Staff Report Thanksgiving Day was instituted by President Abraham Lincoln in 1863 to praise God for the blessings he has granted to our nation. While the holiday’s origins aren’t Catholic, the very act of the Mass itself is in part an offering of thanksgiving to God. In 1968 the U.S.