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2015 Priest Reassignments, Archdiocese of Portland Cardinal Francis George dies Mothering with faith Sisters of the Holy Names, 2015 Live Nativity at St. John the Baptist 2014 Fall CYO results Catholic Charities Donor Lunch 2014 Year of Consecrated Life opening Mass Holy Spirit Sisters Jubilee 2014 Seaside youth conference Mount Angel 125th Northwest Hub Furlow at papal Mass 2014 Rosary Bowl NW Brother André 2014 Fall 40 Days for Life 2014 Inauguration of Fr. Mark Poorman Coffee shop at abbey First day of school, 2014 Regis High School 50th anniversary 2014 Crooked Finger Pilgrimage Mass with migrant farm workers Maronite Ordination Consecration to "Immaculate Heart of Our Lady of Fatima" CYO track Southern Oregon Evangelization 2014 Priest Ordination Christ the King youth 2014 priest reassignments Our Lady of Lavang Confirmation, 2014 Memorial Day 2014 2014 Transitional deacon ordination Padre Foster Granados visits Albany Bishop Smith ordination Canonization of Pope John Paul II, Pope John XXIII Bishop Peter Smith 2014 Easter Vigil 2014 Walk of Cross 2014 Chrism Mass CYO basketball 2014 St. Patrick of the Forest 150th Catholic Charities Celebration of Hope, 2014 Boys2Men Archbishop visits Oregon State Penitentiary 40 Day Vigil for Life, 2014 Pope Francis creates new cardinals St. Henry shelter 2014 CYO swimming Funeral of Fr. George Wolf Travel on a budget Lunar New Year, 2014 Tech in Catholic schools 2014 Right to Life Rally Archbishop visits Santiam Prison First Mass in Oregon Milwaukie Posada St. Francis, Sherwood, Toy Drive Central Catholic football Typhoon Haiyan Deacon Ordination/ Kresbach, Schmitt A Catholic fisherman St. Cecilia Centennial Southern Oregon Welcome Mass Shepherd of the Valley, Central Point, dedication Grotto Anniversary 2013 Champions of Faith Dinner Gardenripe farms Coleman hop farm Corvallis Year of Faith Archbishop Howard at St. Rose Hitchhiking priests Franciscan Spiritual Center Sacred Heart, Medford Migrant Mass Tanzanians' jubilee World Youth Day 2013 2013 Blessing of the Animals 2013 Freedom Mass Albany school closure Fabric art Megan graduates from Catholic school St. Vincent de Paul Hillsboro 2013 Deacon ordination Sister Theresa Lamkin St. Helen Mission, Brownsville Marist Brainiacs St. Mary, Eugene St. Francis eighth graders Ascension confirmation 2013 Pastoral Ministry Conference St. Joseph Salem — Year of Faith Archbishop Sample's Installation Mass 2013 Archbishop Sample Chrism Mass 2013 2013 Young Catholics Pope Francis inauguration Celebration of Hope Vlazny Farewell Mass Archbishop Vlazny Farewell St. Paul Church in St. Paul Valley Catholic Green Building Rite of Election 2013 Water summit 2013 Lunar New Year Alveda King in Eugene New Monsignors, 2013 2013 Right to Life Rally MLK Mass, 2013 St. Henry, Gresham, Centennial Jesuit High drama School uniforms Friar in the mall Holy Trinity food ministry January Book Covers St. Andre Bessette food Year of Faith Mass Nestucca Sanctuary Hillsboro Choirs Father Betschart installation Salem Religious Freedom Rally Year of Faith Vespers, Awards Roy's Catholic School Adelante Mujeres 10th anniversary New Blanchet House Missionaries of Holy Spirit Priest, religious photos Providence Nursing Schools Pioneros Fortnight for Freedom Mark Bentz Deacon Ordination OLL School Walk Through Gaga over science St. Philip Neri Centennial Ordination of Bishop Cary SVDP, Grants Pass Holy Cross School centennial Confirmation - Mount Angel Holy Land Pilgrimage Blanchet Watershed Chrism Mass, 2012 Bishop-designate Cary Pope in Cuba, 2012 SSMO 125th Jubilee Mass Pope Benedict in Mexico 2012 Catholic Charities Celebration 2012 Madeleine Mardi Gras Centennial Rally for Life, 2012 Martin Luther King Jr. Mass 2012 Day Laborers-Guadalupe Guadalupe 2011 Christ the King, Milwaukie, 50th Sesame Doughnuts Central Catholic Volleyball St. Peter Centennial Deacon Ordination, October 2011 St. Agatha Centennial Rosary Bowl 2011 St. Wenceslaus, Scappoose, Centennial Filipino celebration Polish Festival 2011 Holy War Football 2011 World Youth Day 2011 Sun Gold Farm Our Lady of Victory's New Church Freedom Mass 2011 St. Mary Church Steeple Removal Priest reassignments, 2011 Old Catholic Buildings Paige Rice, St. Mary's runner Graduation 2011 Easter vigils 2011 Pastoral Ministry Conference Basketball Holy War 2011 Search for Peace 2011
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LONDON — Images of drowned refugees are causing the British people to cry out for a more generous response to the migrant crisis engulfing Europe, said an English cardinal.

Franciscan Sister Kathleen Ann Cieslak dies
Franciscan Sister of the Eucharist Kathleen Ann Cieslak died of cancer on Sept. 1 at the Franciscan Sisters of the Eucharist convent in Bridal Veil. A wake will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 3, and 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. on Friday, Sept. 4, both at St. Henry Church, 346 NW First Street, Gresham. There will be funeral Mass at 11 a.m. at 11 a.m., Friday, Sept. 4., also at St. Henry’s. Burial will be in the Franciscan cemetery in Bridal Veil.

Thursday, September 3, 2015

Local | Nation and World | Pope Francis/Vatican
It was a summer of fun and dreams at Camp Howard

In following it’s 62-year-long mission to “Make Great Memories for Kids,” Camp Howard offered a fun summer interlude for 1,417 campers. Some were the third or fourth generation of their families to take part since Camp Howard opened in 1953.

Thursday, September 3, 2015
New vocations club formed for Tualatin Valley

The newest group that fosters and supports vocations to priesthood and consecrated life will be based in the Tualatin Valley with Father John Henderson, pastor of St. Anthony in Tigard, as chaplain.

Wednesday, September 2, 2015
WATCH: St. Mary Cathedral bells journey out
St. Mary Cathedral bells, cast in 1885, began ringing in the current cathedral tower in 1926. In recent decades, however, they've been mostly silent. Now they're traveling east to Ohio to be refurbished.

Tuesday, September 1, 2015
Editorials | Letters | Submit a Letter
Planned Parenthood isn't the only abortion source
Planned Parenthood is by no means the only organization, nor even the only tax-supported organization, where these activities are taking place.

Thursday, September 3, 2015
Middle class good for all

In the white-hot heat of global capitalism, the American middle class is drying up and blowing away. We must reverse the damage.

Wednesday, September 2, 2015
Misfortune calls for mercy
Ten years ago, America watched the Katrina coverage with growing horror. Throughout September 2005, the images showed a nightmarish situation in what seemed like some foreign country. The days went by and still people were stuck on roofs and in the ring-of-hell that the New Orleans Superdome had become. The Houston Astrodome was incomparably better, but still was a dystopian, Mad Max scene.

Tuesday, September 1, 2015
Arts and Entertainment News | Crossword and Sudoku
Fantastic Four does disservice
The misfortunes of its principal characters become mildly miserable for the audience of the glum sci-fi adventure "Fantastic Four" (Fox). Parents of the teens at whom this origin story, drawn from the Marvel Comics series, is squarely aimed will want to be aware, moreover, of late scenes featuring some harsh bloodletting. These forays into mayhem make the downbeat film doubtful fare even for older adolescents.

Thursday, August 27, 2015
Guy Ritchie takes on U.N.C.L.E.

Another cultural landmark of the baby-boomer generation returns to the foreground with the arrival of the breezy espionage yarn "The Man From U.N.C.L.E." (Warner Bros.). The droll humor that punctuates director and co-writer Guy Ritchie's adaptation of the mid-1960s television series, as well as the James Bond-style glamour that permeates it, will likely please viewers. But they'll find little of substance to take away with them once the final credits roll.

Wednesday, August 26, 2015
Straight Outta Compton a flawed morality
The proper limits of free speech and the appropriate use of violence are just two of the topics raised in the striking but gritty dramatization “Straight Outta Compton” (Universal).

Tuesday, August 25, 2015
Living Faith | Archbishop Sample's Column | Columns
A story he had to tell
Sunday, Sept. 6, 2015
Twenty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
We speak and we listen, and as we mature our communication skills take on a pattern. In our age, much of our communication is by means of media that would have been unknown to the people of Jesus’ time. Nonetheless, the essence of our communication has not radically changed.

Wednesday, September 2, 2015
Everyone should be fiscally responsible
Q — A recent newspaper article reports that an archbishop on the East coast is spending more than half a million dollars of archdiocese funds to renovate his retirement residence. Under Church law, are archbishops permitted to spend archdiocese funds for this purpose?

Wednesday, September 2, 2015
Day to focus on prayer, consecrated life

Often, Catholics look to those in consecrated life as experts in prayer. Pope Francis declared 2015 the Year of Consecrated Life. The women and men in consecrated life in the Archdiocese of Portland have invited the public to join them for a celebration 1:30 p.m.-4 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 13, at Valley Catholic High School.

Wednesday, August 26, 2015
Parish/School Life
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Worshipers gather for World Day of Prayer for the Creation
Worshipers gathered on Sept. 1 for the World Day of Prayer at St. Philip Neri Church in Portland. Pope Francis explained that the World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation follows the Orthodox Church, which has for the past 25 years dedicated the day to care for creation. Sept. 1 is the first day of the new year in the Orthodox liturgical calendar.

Thursday, September 3, 2015

LAKE OSWEGO — Our Lady of the Lake Parish here “ROLL”ed out quite a good time last Sunday with its Ride with Our Lady of the Lake Festival (ROLL). Coinciding with the parish’s annual picnic, the event hosted Archbishop Alexander Sample who celebrated the 11 a.m. Mass before joining pastor Father John Kerns, parochial vicar Father Charles Wood and dozens of parishioners for two rides through the city. The archbishop blessed bicycles before the ride.

Wednesday, September 2, 2015
Drive to bring bikes to Togo
Marylhurst University and skin-care company Alaffia are giving Oregonians the chance to help students in Togo, West Africa — and to make room in their garages. Public donations of old and unwanted adult bicycles will be accepted at Marylhurst 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 30. A gift basket of Alaffia products will be raffled off during the event.

Monday, August 24, 2015
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