Archive for July, 2014

Creating a buzz for God’s creation

Creating a buzz for God’s creation

| July 30, 2014 | 0 Comments

On any given day, volunteers work like busy bees in the Matthew 25 community garden at St. Joseph in Rosemount.

But since July 6, actual honeybees have taken over some of the work, helping the garden to grow more and better vegetables and flowers.

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Tough lessons lead to significant changes

Tough lessons lead to significant changes

I have acknowledged my responsibility in the current crisis we face, and I also take responsibility for leading our archdiocese to a new and better day.

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Lecciones difíciles conducen a cambios significativos

Lecciones difíciles conducen a cambios significativos

He reconocido mi responsabilidad en la actual crisis que enfrentamos, y también asumo la responsabilidad para conducir a nuestra arquidiócesis a un día nuevo y mejor.

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In Pictures – July 31, 2014

In Pictures – July 31, 2014

| July 29, 2014 | 0 Comments

PASSING THE CHALICE
CELEBRATING A FEAST

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Overheard – July 31, 2014

Overheard – July 31, 2014

| July 29, 2014 | 0 Comments

“In the face of this emergency, our first duty must be to protect these children. My brothers and sisters, what we are doing for these children as a church? It’s not about politics. We all know that. It’s about who we are as Catholics.”

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Dad’s heroism on the bridge through the eyes of his daughter

Dad’s heroism on the bridge through the eyes of his daughter

| July 29, 2014 | 2 Comments

St. Thomas grad hopes to carry family faith legacy in role as campus minister at U of M

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Digital Edition – July 17, 2014

Digital Edition – July 17, 2014

| July 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

Extreme Faith Camp, Totus Tuus, Life coaching, Dinner on the Hill, NFP awareness, Papal interview, From Age to Age, Support farmers, Vatican supports child migrants, Cuts for a Cause, Nun Muralist, Rediscover: Eucharistic adoration

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Growing God’s kingdom: What we can learn about patience from parables

Growing God’s kingdom: What we can learn about patience from parables

| Deacon Thomas McKenzie | July 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

The three parables we hear in this Sunday’s Gospel point to the kingdom of heaven growing here on earth. However, there is tension because the world is not ready to accept the kingdom growing in its midst.

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Rediscover: eucharistic adoration

Rediscover: eucharistic adoration

| July 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

– The wonder of the adoration chapel
– With Jesus at the center, camp takes faith to the extreme
– Rise and shine: October Rediscover: celebration has new start time

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Cribbage and the kingdom of heaven

Cribbage and the kingdom of heaven

| Bill Dodds | July 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

Recently, I was teaching my 9-year-old grandson how to play cribbage. I was dusting off a lot of mental cobwebs about the game. We were quite pleased with ourselves.

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New healthcare resource links Catholic patients, providers

New healthcare resource links Catholic patients, providers

| Adelaide Mena | July 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

A new healthcare website hopes to link together Catholic patients and healthcare providers in order to address the cultural challenges facing Catholics around the country.

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Leading with Faith honorees announced

Leading with Faith honorees announced

| July 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

The winners for the 2014 Leading with faith awards have been announced.

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