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  • Solar array touted as model for church agencies
    Solar array touted as model for church agencies
    WASHINGTON — The sun shone on Catholic Charities, literally, Oct. 17 as Washington Archbishop Wilton Gregory blessed a solar array installed on five acres of the agency's land surrounding the Missionaries of Charity's Gift of Peace home.
  • Mount Angel Seminary
    Mount Angel Seminary
    ST. BENEDICT — Seminarians spend hours each day at prayer and study. But some also crash the boards, send headers into the corner or beast it up in the weight room.
  • Mobile kitchen brings warm food and hospitality to outlying areas
    Mobile kitchen brings warm food and hospitality to outlying areas
    ESTACADA — “Oh, hello girls, I’ve been waiting for you.”

    The smell of baking chocolate chip cookies and the cheery welcome of diner Barbara Jordan, 78, greet two women who sit down to enjoy a lunch of pizza, fruit and juice — plus a cookie for dessert.
  • Mount Angel Seminary
    Mount Angel Seminary
    ST. BENEDICT — There currently are 13 seminarians for the Archdiocese of Portland studying and seeking God’s will at Mount Angel Seminary. They range in age from their late teens to early 60s and hail from across Oregon and as far away as Vietnam.
  • Seeking the Holy Spirit's guidance in law
    Seeking the Holy Spirit's guidance in law
    The Annual Red Mass requesting guidance from the Holy Spirit for all who seek justice took place on Saturday, Sept. 29 at St. Mary’s Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception followed by a reception. The Mass offers the local legal community an opportunity to reflect on what Catholics believe is the God-given power and responsibility of all in the legal profession. This year’s speaker was the Honorable Mary H. Murguia, the first Latina appointed to serve as a federal district court judge in Arizona.
    
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  • UP provost announces he’ll retire
    After more than 35 years as an instructor, administrator, professor and leader at the University of Portland, Thomas Greene will retire at the end of the academic year.
  • Making family time
    With four kids spreading the educational spectrum and two working parents, carving out time for each other can be difficult for the Burgher family.
  • Solar array touted as model for church agencies
    WASHINGTON — The sun shone on Catholic Charities, literally, Oct. 17 as Washington Archbishop Wilton Gregory blessed a solar array installed on five acres of the agency's land surrounding the Missionaries of Charity's Gift of Peace home.
  • 'Sid and Judy,' Oct. 18, Showtime
    NEW YORK (CNS) -- Half a century after her untimely death at 47, Hollywood icon Judy Garland is hav-ing a moment of renewed attention.
St. John the Apostle School marks 175 years
The Oregon City school celebrates its founding in 1844
‘Take the guilt off’
Filipino youths called to help the world encounter God
A Filipino celebration held at The Grotto in Northeast Portland July 28 began with a rosary led by children.
Singles for Christ conference fortifies faith
The national gathering encourages young adults to feel God’s love, find strength in community and share their gifts
Getting at poverty's roots
Catholic Campaign for Human Development funds western Oregon projects that go even beyond charity
  • Most Rev. Alexander Sample
    From time to time the question arises in some people’s minds as to what it really means to be a Catholic. It seems there are various interpretations in answer to this question. The topic of this column is sparked to some extent by the subject of my last column on the Pew Research study of Catholic faith in the holy Eucharist.
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