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More than 100 families from across the Archdiocese prayed at the cathedral last Sunday to thank God for blessings and Mary’s intercession. Essayists described who exemplifies Mary in their life.
Matt Windle was working and dating before he turned to prayer and studying to become a priest at St. Charles Seminary. Serving in parishes, he saw how much his priest-mentors enjoyed ministry. See the last in our series on the men to be ordained priests May 21.
The Gospel reading May 6 was Jesus’ telling his disciples before the crucifixion that they would face a time of weeping and grieving, “but I will see you again, and your hearts will rejoice, and no one will take your joy away from you.”
As Europe faces an unprecedented influx of immigrants and refugees while struggling to counter continued economic woes, Pope Francis urged the continent to step up to its responsibilities with renewed hope, not cower behind walls and treaties.
Veronica Rosa sought help for her grieving 12-year-old son. She found it in Partners Around Loss through Support, or PALS, a bereavement group primarily for children sponsored by St. John Neumann Church in Eagan.
Attorneys said federal government briefs filed in the Supreme Court case of Zubik v. Burwell involving the Little Sisters of the Poor and six other religious employers admit the government could use a less restrictive manner of providing contraceptive coverage to women working for these organizations should they so choose.
The lack of electricity means that people cannot do ordinary work without a generator, and generators are expensive, said Bishop Matthew Hassan Kukah of Sokoto, in the country’s northwest.
Verabeth Bricker entered motherhood in 1949 without a clue that she’d still be changing diapers 67 years later. The third of her six children, David, 63, has a developmental disability and requires hands-on care and patience.