Christians believe the Holy Spirit inspires, guides and teaches us through Christ's devoted followers. This paperback is an example of the Holy Spirit at work communicating through the words written by the author. This paperback contains an exact copy of a Catholic document, Marriage Yesterday … Today … Always,  a Pastoral Letter written by The Most Reverend Richard J. Malone, Th.D., S.T.L..  Bishop Malone was installed as the 11th bishop of Portland, Maine, March 31, 2004. On May 29, 2012, Pope Benedict XVI named Bishop Malone 14th Bishop of Buffalo. The paperback edition may be purchased from: https://www.createspace.com/4098269 for $5.95.  The book is available from the publisher at quantity discounts to bookstores, libraries, schools, book club discussion groups and Internet book sellers at 50% discount when ordering 25 or more copies – the discount price is $2.75 per copy. Email: WRParksPublishing (at) aol.com  The eBook edition is available from Amazon-Kindle for $2.99. A free copy is available as a PDF file download from here



Most Reverend Richard Joseph Malone was born in Salem, Mass., on March 19, 1946 and was raised in Hamilton and Beverly, Mass. He graduated in 1964 from St. John's Preparatory School, Danvers and began his seminary college years at Cardinal O'Connell Seminary in Jamaica Plain, M. He graduated from St. John Seminary, Boston with a B.A. in philosophy, a bachelor's degree in divinity and a master's degree in biblical studies. In 1981, Bishop Malone earned a doctorate in theology (Th.D.) from Boston University and a licentiate in sacred theology (S.T.L.) at Weston Jesuit School of Theology, Cambridge in 1990.
 
Bishop Malone was ordained a priest at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross in Boston on May 20, 1972, by then-Archbishop Humberto Medeiros and was assigned to St. Patrick Parish, Stoneham as associate pastor. In 1974, having requested and received a voluntary leave of absence from parish ministry, he was named to the faculty of St. Clement High School, Somerville. Two years later he joined the faculty and served as chaplain at Xaverian High School, Westwood. He was appointed to the faculty of his alma mater, St. John Seminary College, in 1979, where he taught religious and theological studies. He also served as registrar and academic dean during his tenure.
 
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