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Where I’ve been, where you’ll find me

I know things have been relatively quiet here for the past week or so. That’s because I’m renegotiating my work/life schedule these days, and it’s taking some adjustment. Last week I started working half-time as the digital/social media consultant and coordinator for the Diocese of Albany. Hence the i.d. tag you see here. I am loving my new work so far, even as I continue to do all of my other freelance work. I really should be writing a spiritual reflection right now, so I’ll keep this brief. 

As you all know, I love social media and I love all things Catholic, so this is the perfect fit for me. I spent all day yesterday out at the National Shrine of the Divine Mercy in Stockbridge covering Divine Mercy Sunday with Bishop Edward Scharfenberger of Albany, who concelebrated Mass with Cardinal Timothy Dolan of New York. Here are a couple of photos from the event:

Cardinal Dolan and Bishop Scharfenberger

Cardinal Dolan and Bishop Scharfenberger

Bishop Scharfenberger is interviewed by Father Chris Alar, MIC, on EWTN's live broadcast from the shrine.

Bishop Scharfenberger is interviewed by Father Chris Alar, MIC, during EWTN’s live broadcast.

If you’re from New York’s Capital Region and would like to keep up with Catholic news and events, be sure to follow the Diocese of Albany on Facebook at www.facebook.com/DioceseOfAlbany and on Twitter at @AlbanyDiocese. You can also follow Bishop Scharfenberger’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/AlbanyBishopEd and his Twitter feed at @AlbBishopEd.

I’ll be back with some regular NSS posting soon. Thanks for your patience!

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  1. Fr. Mike #

    Good luck with the new gig, Mary! Continued prayers for you and the family.

    April 13, 2015
    • Mary DeTurris Poust #

      Thank you! All is well here at the Poust House. Noah just returned from Italy. We are feeling blessed and grateful for so many things!

      April 13, 2015

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