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After a lifetime of helping, she needs help
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Friends say Terry Ianora has handled suffering gracefully. She keeps a statue of Our Lady of La Sallette, who in 1846 appeared to peasant children in the French Alps and warned that faith could wane and disappear.
 Ed Langlois/Catholic Sentinel
Friends say Terry Ianora has handled suffering gracefully. She keeps a statue of Our Lady of La Sallette, who in 1846 appeared to peasant children in the French Alps and warned that faith could wane and disappear.


EUGENE — A self-described ordinary housewife, she spent six decades helping others, including unborn babies. Now Terry Ianora is a quadriplegic and she’s the one who needs aid.


Friday, July 1, 2016
Local
Correction
They are at Christ the King in Milwaukie.

Friday, July 1, 2016
Disability and mercy linked
Disability and mercy were the topics at a colloquium in Rome June 5-6. Andy Noethe, executive director of L’Arche Portland, was on hand to sit on a panel and explain how his group combines the two realities.

Friday, July 1, 2016
After a lifetime of helping, she needs help
EUGENE — A self-described ordinary housewife, she spent six decades helping others, including unborn babies. Now Terry Ianora is a quadriplegic and she’s the one who needs aid.



Friday, July 1, 2016
Nation and World
Court's Texas abortion ruling criticized
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court, in striking down a Texas abortion law, has put profit above patient safety, says a leader for the U.S. Catholic bishops’ pro-life office.

Monday, June 27, 2016
European disunity?

OXFORD, England — European Catholic leaders expressed concern that the decision by United Kingdom voters to leave the European Union threatened unity across the continent, but they also cautioned the EU bloc to rethink its values and priorities.



Saturday, June 25, 2016
Turn off news and talk to your kids about tragedy, experts say
WASHINGTON — As adults try to process the June 12 massacre at a nightclub in Orlando, Florida, they should be aware that children, even if not overly exposed to the news, might have a lot of questions or fears about what happened.

Friday, June 17, 2016
Pope Francis/Vatican
WATCH: Mercy isn't an abstract word
VATICAN CITY — Mercy is not an abstract concept but a lifestyle that invites Christians to make an examination of conscience and ask themselves if they place the spiritual and material needs of others before their own, Pope Francis said.

Thursday, June 30, 2016
Retired Pope 'feels protected' by Pope Francis
VATICAN CITY — In his first public address in almost a year, retired Pope Benedict XVI expressed his sincere gratefulness to Pope Francis, saying that his goodness "from the first moment of your election, in every moment of my life here, touches me deeply."

Wednesday, June 29, 2016
Pope: Sorry to gay people
Catholics and other Christians not only must apologize to the gay community, they must ask forgiveness of God for ways they have discriminated against homosexual persons or fostered hostility toward them, Pope Francis said.

Monday, June 27, 2016

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