Spirituality for Today – July 2014 – Volume 18, Issue 12

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Bishop Frank J. Caggiano Biography

On Thursday September 19, 2013, the Most Reverend Frank J. Caggiano was formally installed as the fifth Bishop of Bridgeport at an Installation Mass held at St. Theresa Church in Trumbull. Read the Bishop's full biography.

Rev. Mark Connolly

Born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts Rev. Mark Connolly started THE SUNDAY MASS on television in the New York Area in 1970. In 1993, Fr. Connolly was named the Director of Radio and Television in the Diocese of Bridgeport. He is well known in the field of Radio and Television. Presently, Father is the host of an ABC syndicated show called THOUGHTS FOR THE WEEK which is aired every Sunday morning throughout the country.
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Rev. Raymond K. Petrucci

Rev. Raymond K. Petrucci was ordained for the Diocese of Bridgeport in 1973. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from St. Francis College in Loretto, Pennsylvania, a Master of Divinity from St. Mary Seminary and University in Baltimore, Maryland, and a Doctor of Ministry from the Jesuit School of Theology at Berkeley in California.
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Charles M. Province

Charles grew up on his Grandpa's farm in a small mining town in Southeast Missouri. Following High School, he joined the U.S. Army and learned to operate the ancient "IBM Punch Card Machines" – the precursors to today's computers. He spent many years working for computer manufacturing companies such as DEC, CDC, and IBM. He worked for the Union-Tribune Newspaper in San Diego for forty years and was a computer science instructor in the San Diego Community College District. The subjects of his previous books include General George S. Patton, Jr., the Korean War, World War II, military history, and computer science. He is also an accomplished actor, author of stage plays, singer, and all-round entertainer. He owns a small publishing house that helps people publish family histories. Mr. Province is available for book readings, lectures, and other entertainment work.