Thursday, Aug. 13, 2015 The Official Newspaper of the Diocese of Greensburg Volume 55, No. 6 MARY SEAMANS THE CATHOLIC ACCENT SERVING THE LORD WITH GLADNESS: Bishop Edward C. Malesic greets parishioners during a reception after Mass Aug. 4 at St. Pius X Parish, Mount Pleasant. The bishop is celebrating Masses at several parishes throughout the diocese. See schedule at right below. A trinity of a different kind on agenda for pope’s U.S. visit in September By Rhina Guidos Catholic News Service WASHINGTON — Expect to hear the pope take on immigration, hunger and the environment when he visits in September, said three policy advisers helping reporters in Washington prepare for the pontiff’s upcoming visit. “This is a pope that doesn’t hesitate to enter difficult areas and waters,” said Demetrios Papademe-triou, president emeritus of the Meet the Bishop Bishop Edward C. Malesic will continue his series of local Masses at the following parishes: • Aug. 13 at St. Francis of Assisi Parish, Footedale site • Aug. 18 at St. Agnes Parish, North Huntingdon • Aug. 20 at St. Joseph Parish, Uniontown • Aug. 25 at St. Bruno Parish, Greensburg • Aug. 27 at St. Sebastian Parish, Belle Vernon • Sept. 1 at Holy Family Parish, Latrobe • Sept. 3 at Mother of Sorrows Parish, Murrysville The bishop will celebrate Mass at 7 p.m., with a reception to follow. Migration Policy Institute, a Wash-ington think tank, and one of three panelists at a briefing on “Covering the Pope: Policy and Politics.” These “happen to be three of the most contentious, most debated, stickiest issues that Capitol Hill and the country have dealt with in the last ... several decades,” said Jason Dick, an editor at CQ Roll Call, who moderated the Aug. 3 panel at Washington’s Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. Pope Francis will speak “in a very clear way” about issues “that lots of people will want to hear” him address, said Papademetriou, a former senior policy adviser on im-migration and refugee issues to the U.S. Catholic bishops. Particularly, he will talk about what some call “illegal” immigration, but “he’ll call it undocumented, unauthorized, unregulated” mass migration, Pap-ademetriou said. “It’s not about all immigration; Continued on page 9 INSIDE THIS ISSUE PAGE 6 PAGE 7 Diocesan seminarians reflect on their summer appointments. Catholic families from around the globe will gather for the World Meeting of Families.