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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 Regis School 50th 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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BATON ROUGE, La. — Louisiana's Supreme Court has ruled that a priest may be compelled to testify as to what he heard in the confessional in 2008 concerning an abuse case.


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Abortion funding ban lacks signatures
Backers of a proposed measure to end taxpayer funding of abortion in Oregon say not enough people signed the petition to put the question to voters in November.

Wednesday, July 9, 2014
Grotto announces new leadership
The new executive director of Portland’s nationally famous Catholic shrine is an experienced event manager who has been visiting Northeast Portland’s Grotto his entire life.

Tuesday, July 8, 2014
Parish hosts last Thursday concerts
St. Andrew Parish in Northeast Portland holds “Music in a Sacred Space” on Last Thursdays from 6 to 9:30 p.m.



Monday, July 7, 2014
Viewpoints
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Don't blame victims
With the recent rape scandal involving three University of Oregon basketball players along with the May 21 incident at Portland State University involving two students who were threatened by a gunman, in what ways can we stop from indulging in the concept known as “victim-blaming?”

Wednesday, July 9, 2014
Be aware of human trafficking
The Sisters of St. Francis’ Center for Active Nonviolence and Peacemaking is committed to raising awareness that human trafficking is happening, even  in Iowa.  Knowing the signs will help keep our kids safe and to help rescue those who are not. 

Tuesday, July 8, 2014
Working poor pay more than their share
Elizabeth Hovde’s Oregonian article claiming Seattle’s increased minimum wage fight is bad policy ignores America’s highest wealth disparity among industrialized nations.  While wealth and income disparity increase, wages erode.

Monday, July 7, 2014
Arts
Arts and Entertainment News | Crossword and Sudoku
Media giants take turns going on consolidation buying sprees
WASHINGTON — In the media industry — or, as is the case here, the multimedia industry — the question continues to be asked: How big is too big? The telecom giants' answers seem to be: Not big enough yet.

Sunday, July 6, 2014
'Deliver Us From Evil' not bad as far as genre goes
NEW YORK — As exorcism movies go, "Deliver Us From Evil" (Screen Gems) is better than most. Though sensational at times, director and co-writer Scott Derrickson's screen version of Ralph Sarchie's memoir "Beware the Night" (written with Lisa Collier Cool) does at least treat faith seriously.

Saturday, July 5, 2014
Earth to Echo offers rewards
Yes, it's "E.T." meets "Stand by Me" with "Goonies" thrown in for good measure. But "Earth to Echo" is mildly diverting, with its wry observations on contemporary mores and a convincing subplot about Alex's experience-based fear of desertion.

Friday, July 4, 2014
Faith/Spirituality
Living Faith | Archbishop Sample's Column | Columns
Under Our Lady's Mantle
One of the most moving moments for me since the election of our Holy Father, Pope Francis, occurred on the day after his election. Pope Francis made a surprise visit to the Roman Basilica of St. Mary Major. There he prayed before the image of our Lady under her title “Protectress of the Roman People” an image very dear to the faithful of Rome.  What was Pope Francis’ first instinct upon his election as supreme pastor of the universal Church? To run to our Blessed Mother for her motherly love, guidance and protection!
The Kingdom of God is Like...
Sunday, July 13, 2014
Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Parables have a dimension beyond their literal interpretation and even beyond the multi-layered meanings found in ordinary tales.  It is meaning provided by the context of the Church and the believing posture of those who hear them.


Wednesday, July 9, 2014
What are the origins of genuflection?
Q — “In my parish, some people genuflect and some bow to the tabernacle and some bow and some genuflect to the altar. What is the origin of these two gestures of respect and is it proper to use them in an interchangeable way?”
Parish/School Life
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Coalition churches gather for luncheon
The Interfaith Movement for Immigrant Justice’s Faith Leader Summer Luncheon is set for noon, Tuesday, July 15.

Thursday, July 10, 2014
Camino pilgrims gather for Mass
Anyone who has walked all or part of the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage, or who plans to do the pilgrimage in the future, is invited to receive a blessing at the third annual celebration of the Feast Day of St. James Mass at 5:30 p.m., Friday, July 25.

Wednesday, July 9, 2014
Spire getting spruced up
Workers are power-washing the 210-foot spire of St. John the Baptist Church in Milwaukie in preparation of re-finishing the entire roof and bringing it back to its original gleam. The space-age spire is a landmark in the area.

Sunday, July 6, 2014
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