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Garaventa Center is 'evangelizing by attraction'
Courtesy Garaventa Center
Writer, photographer and nurse Hob Osterlund gave the talk “How to Find Time to Laugh When There’s Zero Time for Lunch” in an event hosted by U.P.’s Garaventa Center — known for linking disparate disciplines. 

Courtesy Garaventa Center

Writer, photographer and nurse Hob Osterlund gave the talk “How to Find Time to Laugh When There’s Zero Time for Lunch” in an event hosted by U.P.’s Garaventa Center — known for linking disparate disciplines. 

Backpacks were pushed under seats and snacks where nibbled upon as students, faculty, community members and a handful of priests gathered to read excerpts of the Catechism of the Catholic Church, ponder the sacrament of marriage — and observe Marge and Homer’s banter, blunders and love in “The Simpsons.”

The Feb. 1 event was hosted by the Garaventa Center, known for “scrambling the categories,” said Lars Larson, an English professor at the University of Portland, the center’s home. 


Wednesday, February 15, 2017
Living Faith
Sacred Liturgy Conference will feature Cardinal Burke, Archbishop Sample

Registration is now open for the fifth-annual Sacred Liturgy Conference, scheduled for July 12 –15 in Medford.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, Archbishop Alexander Sample and Bishop Robert Vasa will be part of the three-day discussion of the church’s sacred liturgy and its living musical heritage. 



Tuesday, February 21, 2017
Archbishop Sample's schedule

Archbishop Alexander Sample's schedule Feb. 17-March 5



Monday, February 20, 2017
WATCH: Faith leaders: Welcoming strangers is what we do

If there is a registry of Muslims in the United States, Rabbi Michael Cahana will register himself as a Muslim. 

Rabbi Cahana, of Temple Beth Israel in Northwest Portland, made the declaration Feb. 7 during an annual talk given jointly with neighboring Catholic and Episcopalian pastors. 

Msgr. Patrick Brennan of St. Mary Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception and Rev. Nathan LeRud of Trinity Episcopal Cathedral joined the rabbi in discussing the religious tradition of welcoming the stranger. 



Thursday, February 16, 2017
Archbishop Sample's Column
United we stand

By now most of you have heard what happened during a Mass celebrated at St. Peter Catholic Church in Southeast Portland.  If you have not, I will tell you about it, and the beautiful response that it elicited from people of good will in our community.

On Sunday Jan. 29, eight men walked to the front door of St. Peter Church and began bellowing during the Spanish Mass. They accused worshipers of not being true Christians, questioned the sexual morals of the women and harangued the congregation for being made up of immigrants. 



Tuesday, February 14, 2017
A Valentine's Day reflection

“For stern as death is love, relentless as the nether world is devotion; its flames are a blazing fire.  Deep waters cannot quench love, nor floods sweep it away.” (Song of Songs 8:6-7)

These words from the Song of Songs are often chosen by couples to be read at their wedding.  They speak of a depth, strength and power of true love, a love that should especially characterize those who enter into the covenant of marriage.  They are words to inspire and give hope to couples setting out on the path of a shared life.



Monday, January 30, 2017
A Marian Year - of sorts
The date was May 13, 1981.  It was an otherwise beautiful spring day in Rome as Pope St. John Paul II made his way by “pope mobile” through the enthusiastic crowd of faithful and well-wishers.  Suddenly, shots rang out and the Holy Father slumped into the arms of aids, seriously wounded by the would-be assassin’s bullets.  I personally remember that day all too well.

Wednesday, January 18, 2017
Columns
Welcome one another
Faith communities are rediscovering the theology of hospitality and it is highly related to all of our ministries. We no longer lukewarmly welcome visitors, but enthusiastically expect them. Instead of simply trying to fit them in, we need to plan for the stranger.

Wednesday, July 13, 2016
Lessons from the Woman at the Well
As soon as she realizes who Jesus is and what he means, the woman puts down the jar and goes into town to proclaim the Lord.

Wednesday, June 29, 2016
Let peace control your hearts
Our celebration is a pledge to unite men and women. It is a pledge to acknowledge our unity in the Risen Lord even at a time when our disunity is manifest whenever we read the daily newspaper or tune in the evening news.

Wednesday, June 29, 2016

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