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  • Prayer for Servants of the Church is a ministry of the Archdiocesan Council of Catholic Women. A day each month is set aside to pray for the name of a priest — along with a deacon, woman religious, seminarian or brother — serving in the Archdiocese of Portland. Please remember them, and all who serve the church, in your daily prayers.
  • Introduction refutes notion of Dorothy Day as 'dissenting Catholic'
    Terrence Wright, an associate professor of philosophy and director of the pre-theology program at St. John Vianney Theological Seminary in Denver, has written a well-intentioned introduction to Dorothy Day, setting out to rebut the false idea that she was a "dissenting Catholic."
  • Here’s to Hughes

    Humbly, Patrick Hughes provided a harbor and springboard in Oregon for many immigrant Irishmen.

     
Small parish, big dinner
The Roy steak and ham meal, in its 52nd year, exemplifies a steadfast community
Rite of election
About 750 Oregonians stood in churches last month to affirm their intention to become Catholic at Easter. At the liturgies, called rites of election, the names of Catholics-to-be are written in large books signed by a bishop, an act of welcome and hope from the entire Catholic Church.
High tea for a high purpose
Our Lady of Peace fundraiser also convenes the Catholic community
Archdiocese of Portland schools plan
Educators convened Jan. 17 to weigh in on a plan to sustain western Oregon Catholic schools and expand access.
'Deadly serious'
Concerned how clergy sex abuse is affecting faith, Archbishop Alexander Sample gathered with young Catholics Dec. 20 to answer questions about the scandal.
  • Why we do what we do: An Easter reflection
    Most Rev. Alexander Sample
    From time to time it is important to stop and ask ourselves why we do what we do as a Church. As I travel the archdiocese and visit with the faithful, I hear all sorts of comments and concerns.
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