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Retiring Veneta pastor tied to Blessed Fr. Solanus Casey
Father Mike Morrissey
Father Mike Morrissey
VENETA — Nearly 40 years after his priestly ordination, Father Michael Morrissey will be retiring from archdiocesan work at the end of June. He served as pastor at St. Catherine of Siena Parish here for the past decade.

Father Morrissey, once a Capuchin himself, has a close connection to the newly Blessed Capuchin Father Solanus Casey. Father Morrissey attended two high school seminaries operated by American Capuchins in Detroit and New York. He still recalls hearing stories about Father Casey from his high school German teacher, who used to live with the famous Detroit priest.

Friday, June 23, 2017

Film of legacy of coal industry set for June 20
"From the Ashes," distributed by National Geographic Documentary Films, will be presented at Holy Trinity Church, 13715 SW Walker Road, Beaverton, on Tuesday, June 20, 7-9 p.m. in the Fireside room.
Monday, June 19, 2017
St. Joseph confirmation
SALEM — Karina Davila is confirmed by Archbishop Alexander Sample at St. Joseph Parish here May 25. Davila graduated from St. Joseph School in 2016 and now attends Blanchet Catholic High School as a freshman.
Monday, June 19, 2017
First Communion for St. Luke students
WOODBURN — Fr. Scott Baier stands beside Joey Hepp, Adrian Ramos-Lopez, Juan Ramos-Lopez, Morgan Ludlow, Wyatt Smith, Diego Bolanos-Gerber, Julian Clemente Martinez, Gabriel Bischoff, Hailey Kearns, Annabelle Aranda, Amanda Preuitt and Mya Leon, who received first holy Communion at St. Luke Church in May.
Wednesday, June 14, 2017
There's an app for that: Spiritual readings brought to your smartphone thanks to Visitation students

VERBOORT — How many times a day do you check for texts or swipe to see a social media post? How many times do you flip open the Bible or pray?

Visitation School here has created a tech-savvy way to bring the word of God into your everyday life via a daily companion — your smartphone. In the process, students are helping raise funds for a new school facility. 


Tuesday, June 13, 2017
Vandals strike twice at Holy Rosary Parish
Nestled along the side of the church at Portland’s Holy Rosary Parish sits a grotto, bordered by rock and greenery. Until the morning of May 11, the grotto held a statue of Mary. That is, until in the middle of the night, someone came and grabbed the statue, pulling it to the ground in pieces. The broken statue resulted in the image being separated from the pedestal on which it sat.
Tuesday, June 13, 2017
Mass to remember fallen
SCAPPOOSE — Massing of the Colors by the fourth degree, folding of the colors and three-volley Salute by American Legion Post 42, playing of taps by the local Boy Scouts, praying of the rosary and the celebrating of Mass: These were among the events at the Memorial Day celebration here hosted by the local Knights of Columbus.
Monday, June 12, 2017
JPII relic visits Springfield
SPRINGFIELD — The official relic of St. John Paul II came to St. Alice Parish here May 24. The relic was part of the pilgrimage by the Servants of the Pierced Hearts of Jesus and Mary. Visitors celebrated in a Mass, saw a presentation by the Sisters of the Pierced Hearts of Jesus and Mary, and took part in veneration with music, the rosary and private prayer.
Saturday, June 10, 2017
The parish once known as St. Mel
JUNCTION CITY — The first Catholic church in Junction City was named after St. Mel, a fifth-century evangelizer in Ireland who was a nephew of St. Patrick.

Two main rail lines were supposed to meet here, but never did. Later, two major highways did conjoin in the town.

Friday, June 9, 2017
Corpus Christi procession
BEAVERTON — St. Cecilia Parish will hold a Corpus Christi procession through the streets of the city here. The June 17 procession will begin and end at the church with benediction, and organizers plan to distribute “Catholic Come Home” cards to passersby.

Temporary altars will meet those processing at Veterans Memorial Park and the Beaverton Library lawn. The procession will be escorted by police through the city and a reception will follow at the parish activity center.

Friday, June 9, 2017
So others may see
MILWAUKIE — St. John the Baptist Catholic Church here has teamed up with Dr. Wally Walker, a Milwaukie optometrist, and his mission team to collect used eyeglasses that will be examined and catalogued by Pacific University students. The students and Walker’s team travel to emerging countries to provide eye exams and offer the glasses to those otherwise unable to obtain them.
Thursday, June 8, 2017
Humble maintenance man a hero to St. Clare students
It’s lunchtime at St. Clare School in Southwest Portland and a flock of chattering third-graders has gathered around their custodian. They want to testify about how much they love him.

“He’s funny.”

“He cleans up when we make a big mess.”

“He’s amazing.”

Wednesday, June 7, 2017
La Salle Prep marks 50 years with Mass at cathedral
Archbishop Alexander Sample praised La Salle Prep during the school’s 50th anniversary Mass at St. Mary Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Portland May 17.

“It is a joy to celebrate with you this incredible milestone,” he said to a congregation of students, staff, alumni, parents, benefactors, priests, Sisters of St. Mary of Oregon, and De La Salle Christian Brothers from the San Francisco/New Orleans District.

Tuesday, June 6, 2017
St. John the Apostle alum bound for NFL
OREGON CITY — Students from St. John the Apostle School here learned just how far a graduate can go.

Xavier Coleman, who attended the K-eight school and then went on to Jesuit, has just signed to play football for the New York Jets. After Jesuit, he attended Portland State University and played football there.

Monday, June 5, 2017
Valley Catholic eighth-graders to graduate
BEAVERTON — A graduation ceremony for Valley Catholic Middle School students will be held at 7 p.m. Friday, June 9, in the Valiants gym, located in the Valley Catholic Athletic Center.
Monday, June 5, 2017
Christ the King graduation is June 12
MILWAUKIE — Christ the King School holds graduation for 30 eighth-graders at 7 p.m. Monday, June 12, at the school.

Here are the graduates: Katherine Godoy, Colin Wong, Alyna Nguyen, Ainslee Smith, Harold Nguyen, Ryan Nguyen, Phoebe Huskey, Darren Nguyen, Michael Nguyen, Blake Martin, Carson Cardwell, Vishal Casper, Linsy Brown, Matthew Aizawa, Corrina Rubio, Payton Horsch, Dakota Canzano, Ryan Schraner, Andrew Bergeson, Alexandra Kimberling, Paige Martin, Tristen Horsch, James Tyson, Jason Page, Nicolas Boyd, Jacob Spitulski, Jacob Owens, Michael Drenner, Milton Nguy and William Griffiths

Monday, June 5, 2017
Sisters have a big day at UP
May 7 was a memorable day for the Sisters of St. Mary of Oregon.

During the University of Portland commencement ceremony, the superior general, Sister Charlene Herinckx, received the Christus Magister Medal — the university’s highest honor.

Sunday, June 4, 2017
Roy grads made a difference for others
ROY — Graduating students from St. Francis of Assisi School have been instrumental this year in leading two fundraisers. One was in Advent with the student council collecting nonperishable food for the local St. Vincent de Paul food pantry and the Banks Sonrise Food Bank.  The students collected a total of 1,600 pounds of food. 
Sunday, June 4, 2017
A return to history in Northeast Portland
On June 14 at 6 p.m., St. Rose School will graduate its first class in 30 years — under that name. The ceremony will take place at St. Rose of Lima Church.  

With a constant 104-year history, the school spent three decades under the name Archbishop Howard School. The change originally occurred in 1986, when the Archdiocese of Portland restructured and merged St. Rose and St. Charles schools, strengthening their financial viability for the future. In September 2016 and with permission from Archbishop Alexander Sample, the St. Rose name was restored as it was when founded in 1913. Returning to its given name is a step toward a more unified campus vision for St. Rose of Lima Parish and the school.

Sunday, June 4, 2017
St. Matthew says goodbye to graduates
HILLSBORO — St. Matthew holds a prayer service for its 25 graduates at 10 a.m. Tuesday, June 13, at St. Matthew Church, with a student and staff luncheon following at 11:30 a.m. in the parish hall. Graduation is set for 6 p.m. at the church, and a reception in the parish hall will follow.

St. Matthew remains committed to a curriculum rich with STEM activities and opportunities. As part of this ongoing effort, the students welcomed some exciting new residents into the school building: four female buff ducklings.

Sunday, June 4, 2017
St. Thomas More sends off 25 grads
Graduation for the 25 eighth-graders at St. Thomas More School in Portland is set for 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 13, in the St. Thomas More gymnasium.

Here are the graduates: Aidan Alexander, Bergen Bakken, Margaret Bald, Jack Bennett, Colin Cameron, Andrew Clouser, Mackenzie Convery, Mia Cullivan, Molly Dooney, Madeline Dowdall, Damon Grim, George Hausner, Jackson House, R. Brennan Humberston, Payton Jefferis, Megan Kreutzer, Gunnar Munck, Natalie Niedermeyer, Jordan Pope, Blix Ratliff, Ryan Schumacher, Caroline Sgroi, Gabriella Sullivan, Grace Van Hoomissen and Parker O’Connell Wesolek

Sunday, June 4, 2017
School buildings sleepy over the summer? Nope
Once classes are out for summer, Catholic school buildings still get a workout, whether it’s for summer sessions, sports and drama camps, deep cleaning or big maintenance projects and renovations.

What happens in the summer at St. Agatha School in Southeast Portland is a little busier than average, but mostly typical. Maintenance supervisor Tony Medina cleans rooms, floors, gym, roof and grounds. Workers will install a new playground, put fresh stain on cedar siding, paint the interior, repair windows, replace gutters and put in a new key card system. Cement experts will work on the sidewalks. 

Friday, June 2, 2017
Eighth-graders reflect on time at St. Cecilia
BEAVERTON — St. Cecilia will hold its graduation for 24 eighth-graders at 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 13, at St. Cecilia Church.

Administrators say St. Cecilia students live as active Catholics who embody their faith by serving the needs of others and believing they can make a difference. Eighth-grade students were asked to share experiences that have helped them grow in respect for self and others.

Friday, June 2, 2017
Graduation for 18 at St. Ignatius
St. Ignatius School in Southeast Portland blesses 18 eighth-graders at a graduation set for 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 13, in St. Ignatius Church.

Here are the graduates: Jaedyn Balboa, Landon Bilyeu, Myles Broadous, Sydney Charlot, Elli Elias, Darius Gakwasi, Yelena Gunther, Elliot Hansen, Jake Khal, Celina Massaad, Cameron Nguyen, Gabrielle Ponto, Alexandra Ramirez Hernandez, Abigail Sheets, Christopher Sorensen, Vincent Speciale, Hanna Teshome and Ella Toku

Friday, June 2, 2017
St. John the Apostle sends forth 32 graduates
OREGON CITY — St. John the Apostle School will hold its baccalaureate Mass and graduation for 32 eighth-graders at 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 13, at St. John the Apostle Church.
Faculty and staff call this year’s graduates “dynamic, teachable, engaged in their learning and motivated to step up and help whenever a need arises.” They are “confident, fun and wonderful role models,” and the school community wishes them the best in their high school adventures and beyond. The 2017 graduates of St. John the Apostle School attended the eighth-grade Mass at St. Mary Cathedral in Portland.

Friday, June 2, 2017
De La Salle North Catholic graduates 51
De La Salle North Catholic High School in North Portland holds graduation for 51 seniors at 11 a.m. Saturday, June 10, at the University of Portland Chiles Center.
Thursday, June 1, 2017
Our Lady of Sorrows adopts app to stay in touch
Near the end of a recent Mass at Our Lady of Sorrows Parish in Southeast Portland, Father Ron Millican did the unthinkable — he asked parishioners to power up their cellphones.

The aim was to help worshippers download an app that keeps track of parish activities and publications and offers links to spiritual aids like the Scripture readings of the day, prayers, the messages of Pope Francis, tips on family life and Catholic news.

Thursday, June 1, 2017
Students celebrate Mary
Students at Sacred Heart School in Gervais honored Mary this spring with a May crowning. The crowning court included the queen, eighth-grader Lyla Guerrero, and princesses Sarai Urena, a second-grader; Alaina Gomez, a pre-kindergartener; third-grader Getzemani Urena; and first-grader Rose Lyons.
Thursday, June 1, 2017
Valley Catholic sends off grads, plants seeds for the future
Valley Catholic High School will honor the class of 2017 during a commencement ceremony at 2 p.m. Saturday, June 10, in the Valiants gymnasium, located in the Valley Catholic athletic center. 
Wednesday, May 31, 2017
Service part of Holy Redeemer student life
The 28 graduates of Holy Redeemer School in North Portland will be blessed and honored during a graduation Mass set for 7 p.m. Monday, June 12, at the church. A reception follows.

The eighth-graders have served at 15 community organizations and causes. That doesn’t include the hours of service they gave within the walls of the school.

Wednesday, May 31, 2017
30 graduates from Our Lady of the Lake
LAKE OSWEGO — Our Lady of the Lake School will hold graduation for 30 eighth-graders at 5 p.m. Wednesday, June 14, at Our Lady of the Lake Church.

Here are the graduates: Jack Robert Anderson, Camille Ferris Arnot, Katie Margaret Bell, Maria Faye Breault, Kevin Connor Cady, Nicholas Alessandro Di Re, Derrick Robert Drango, Olivia Rae Durbin, Thomas Race Edwards, Alexander Scott Ferguson, Sophia Kristine Hanna-Choquette, Ronan William Herbst, Jillian Rhoades Himmelright, Sydney Renee Leveque, Owen Reid Mackin, Dominic Ryan Martin, Alexander Michael Meinhardt, James Daniel Monaghan, Emma Kate Murphy, William Joseph Podeschi, Christopher Stephen Pusztai, John Paul Walter Ragen, Henry James Schneider, Emily Ann Marie Sedgewick, Elizabeth Grace Thorstenson, Sofia Marie Tosoni, Wyatt Scott Warrington, Katherine Anne Weiss, Robert George Whittemore and Audrey Ellis Wojcik

Wednesday, May 31, 2017
Nativity school in Northeast Portland opens doors for students
St. Andrew Nativity School holds graduation for 28 eighth-graders 7 p.m. Thursday, June 15, in the school gym.

For Nativity alumna Leah Sparkman dreams do come true. Tracy, Leah’s mom, had her when she was young. She worked hard to make sure her daughter had a safe and loving home. Leah started her academic career at Humbolt Elementary School in Portland. Tracy realized that her daughter was bright and not being challenged in public school. Behavioral problems began to pop up for Leah, and Tracy began looking for other options. In 2010, Tracy saw a flyer for St. Andrew Nativity School and Leah attended the summer program.

Wednesday, May 31, 2017
Regis says goodbye to graduates
STAYTON — Regis High School will graduate 43 seniors at 1:30 p.m. Sunday, June 4, at the school. Valedictorian is Aidan Tabor. Branden Stuckart and Kerst Kingsbury are salutatorians.
Monday, May 29, 2017
Marist sends 117 graduates into the world

EUGENE — Marist High School will graduate 117 seniors in the class of 2017.

Baccalaureate Mass is set for 7 p.m. Friday, June 9, at St. Paul Church. Graduation begins at 11 a.m. Saturday, June 10, in the Marist gymnasium.

Saturday, May 27, 2017
St. John Fisher graduates 30
St. John Fisher School in Southwest Portland sends forth 30 graduates at 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 13, at St. John Fisher Church.

Here are the graduates: Taylor Andreas, Fiona Lenth, Katherine Barragar, John Magaddino, Maxwell Barton, Joshua Martin, Megan Birrell, Lucia Menendez, Patrick Bruce, Joseph Moore, Sam D’Ambrosio, William Osborn, Ellen Danahy, Lillian Pham, Ben Eilers, Lillianna Rosebrook, Luke Formiller, Anna Schwab, Molly Grant, Luke Spitznagel, Paige Grant, Reece Sullivan, Mari Huglin, Grace Taylor, Ava Krippaehne, Miles Wells, Joseph Lairson, Danielle Weston, Max Lavey and Adam Wolfe

Friday, May 26, 2017
Community best part of Holy Cross speech team
I’ve been privileged to be a student at Holy Cross School in North Portland since kindergarten. In June, 28 of us will be leaving this school and I’ll miss each of them dearly.

We have shared many experiences together, but one of the most memorable has been participating in the Valley Catholic Speech Competition, a contest where students have a chance to show their public speaking skills in three different rounds: elocution, extemporaneous and impromptu.

Friday, May 26, 2017
At St. Agatha, school goes 'beyond basic education'
St. Agatha School holds graduation for 25 graduates at 4 p.m. Sunday, June 11, at St. Agatha Church in Southeast Portland.

For all students at St. Agatha, school days are full of choices.

It’s 1 p.m. on a recent afternoon: Eloise Moran is learning about the justice system in mock trial class, Lehua Morley is walking around the church taking photos for PhotoCampPDX class, and Ali Winslow is doing timed squats on a balancing ball during a high-intensity training class. No, this isn’t high school; it’s middle school electives at St. Agatha in Sellwood, where classes stretch the students beyond basic education.

Friday, May 26, 2017
Next step: Jesuit class of 2017 to commence June 4
Jesuit High School sends 335 students from the class of 2017 into the world next month. Baccalaureate is set for 5:30 p.m. Saturday, June 3, at the school.
Thursday, May 25, 2017
Holy Trinity sends forth 28
BEAVERTON — Holy Trinity School blesses and says farewell to 28 eighth-graders in a graduation rite set for 6 p.m. Monday, June 12, in Holy Trinity Church. Here are the graduates: Camille Allen, Braden Clark, Matt David, Joseph Edmonson, Joseph Flaig, Yelena Gangelhoff, Nick Ginter, Cole Holthaus, Tom King, James Lang, Samantha Le, Gabe Llaguno, Nathan Lulay, Vanessa Martinez, Cole Merrill, Ben Mustonen, Jack Mustonen, Ethan Nguyen, Zoe Nguyen, Tanner Olson, Tyler Olson, Thien Phan, Charlie Pickard, Monse Quesada, Jake Sagapolu, Callista Shultz, Nate Shuster and Amit Valluri
Wednesday, May 24, 2017
St. Pius to graduate 32 eighth-graders
Graduation for the 32 eighth-graders at St. Pius X School in Northwest Portland begins at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 13, in St. Pius X Church.

Valedictorian is Marissa Kuo and salutatorian is Cassie Badger.

Wednesday, May 24, 2017
Service helped eighth-graders at St. John the Baptist grow closer to Christ
MILWAUKIE — St. John the Baptist School honors 19 eighth-graders and calls God’s blessing down on them during a commencement ceremony set for 7 p.m. Monday, June 12, in St. John the Baptist Church.

The class of 2017 will go to The Springs at Clackamas Woods, a retirement community in Milwaukie, one last time before graduation. Students say their service experiences through school have helped them grow in compassion and brought them closer to God.

Wednesday, May 24, 2017
Parish fosters connections through reading
EUGENE — It seemed only natural to create a program where two generations could share in reading and also enjoy the social interactions that a reading program could offer. That was the initial thought Sharon Dunham had when she created the Generations in Reading program in 2007.

Dunham is a teacher and catechist for children’s liturgy at St. Mary Parish in Eugene. Dunham and her family have been a part of the parish since 1960.

Wednesday, May 24, 2017
Central Catholic graduates 203 June 2

Central Catholic High School bids farewell to 203 seniors at a graduation ceremony set for 7 p.m. Friday, June 2,  at the University of Portland sports dome.

Valedictorian is Gavin Macpherson and salutatorian is Eric Pence.

Wednesday, May 24, 2017
Farewell to 51 at Blanchet
SALEM — The class of 2017 from Blanchet Catholic School counts 51 members. A baccalaureate is set for 7 p.m. Friday, June 2, at the school. Graduation takes place at 1 p.m. Saturday, June 3, also at the school.
Tuesday, May 23, 2017
De La Salle student organizes collection for Congo
Felix Songolo was supposed to be born in the Democratic Republic of Congo, yet because of ongoing violence in the central African nation, he was born in a Zambian refugee camp instead. This summer, the junior at De La Salle North Catholic High School will return to the country that’s a part of who he is but that he’s never seen. With him, he’ll not only carry the many stories his parents have told him about their native land but also items he hopes will make a small but meaningful difference in the lives of a few local Congolese students.
Monday, May 22, 2017
Memorial Day Mass to be held in Scappoose
St. Wenceslaus Parish, 51555 Old Portland Rd. in Scappoose, hosts an annual Memorial Day service and lunch Monday, May 29. The ceremonies begin at 10 a.m. with massing of the colors, flag folding, a three-volley salute and taps, followed by the rosary for deceased service members and veterans. A memorial Mass for service members and veterans begins at 11 a.m. It includes a soldier’s cross made of rifle, boots and helmet. Then comes noon luncheon with the missing service member ceremony and a toast. All are invited to the event, sponsored by Catholic War Veterans of Oregon.
Monday, May 22, 2017
St. Mary's Academy valedictorian is a STEM star
St. Mary’s Academy will celebrate the graduation of 190 students at noon Saturday, June 3, at the University of Portland’s Chiles Center. Valedictorian is Lucy Cummins and salutatorians are Helen Buck and Maggie Rohling.
Monday, May 22, 2017
St. Anthony graduates 47
TIGARD — Forty-seven eighth-graders from St. Anthony School here will graduate at 7 p.m. Sunday, June 14, in St. Anthony Church. A reception will follow in Francis Hall. Here are the graduates: Connor Adamy, Molly Block, Grant Carufel, Alexander Casias, Taryn Collier-Burke, Kristina Do, Athena Doherty, Brody Dorsh, Blake Ekberg, Elija Fishler, Averi Fuchs, Danny Fuchs, Reagan Geil, Sophia Goodell, Jack Gray, Rolin Griffiths, Corinna Hatfield, Amanda Henry, Reid Jucar, Jayden Kaske, Hayden Kaufmann, Kean Khouri, Eli Kuzniar, Samuel Lazo, Payton Link, Giselle Machorro Avila, Stefanie MacKinnon, Broderic McCarthy, Griffin Mentzer, Phoebe Mikolaj, Giselle Morales, Bennett Nasser, Jacob Ness, Kayla Paloma, Jerome Petrin, Justin Pham, Hunter Redding, Amanda Rocha, Stanley Schoppe, Savannah Short, Lauren Snook, Nathan Timmins, Vishnu Vijayakumar, Tiffany Vu, Michael Wanner, Jordan Woodin and Madeline Woodruff

Saturday, May 20, 2017
O'Hara sends forth 50

EUGENE — O’Hara will hold its graduation for 50 students at 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 13, at St. Mary Church. The graduates include: (back row) Amoline Foerstler, Celia Van Den Wymelenberg, Anika Thompson, Isabel Yu, Laura Kokkeler, Madeline Mahalak, Rogan de Calesta, Ryan Watts, Hagan Stephenson, Avery Anderson, Charlie Papé, Justin May, Derek Saxman, Dillon Jaspers and Miguel Rivas; (middle row) Abigail Hass, Isa Byrum, Maddie Meyer, Briana Howe, Jena Miko, Ava Eklund, Sam Eagen, Bene Sušec, Alec Vendetti, Anna Bouressa, Libby Korth, Madison Tuski, Whitney Korth and Ellie Christian; and (front row) Natali Hayes, Lindsey Sargent, Gloria Rear, KC Kimble, Jay Kartub, Jackson Whittaker, Liam Kaperick, Colin McDowell, Jack Thornton, Joey Laing, Peter Collins, Luke Eagen, Ryan Murphy, Ethan Cross, Sean Hurley and Jordan Lee. Not pictured are Cindy Cardenas, Kira Cosgrove, Shawn deCalesta, Logan Griffin and Tatum Pond.

Saturday, May 20, 2017
La Salle grads stand out
MILWAUKIE — La Salle Prep will send forth 176 students at this year’s graduation, set for 11 a.m. Saturday, June 17, at Rolling Hills Community Church in Tualatin. Seven students were named valedictorians; they earned top grades in a variety of Advanced Placement and honors classes, and all have grade point averages of 4.22 or higher.
Saturday, May 20, 2017
St. Clare grads inspired
St. Clare School in Southwest Portland sends out 22 eighth-grade graduates after a ceremony set for 7 p.m. Thursday, June 8, in St. Clare Church.

The class learned about world poverty in a concrete way. Cathy Kollars, eighth-grade teacher, used the principles of Catholic social teaching to inspire students to participate in a 24-hour fast, part of a religious curriculum unit designed by Catholic Relief Services.

Friday, May 19, 2017

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