Archive for February, 2016

Archdiocese sells Hazelwood property

Archdiocese sells Hazelwood property

| February 25, 2016 | 0 Comments

The 10-acre property with a 2,500-square-foot house sold to a Faribault couple for $365,000, $45,000 less than its initial asking price.

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Annual Roseville Lenten feast serves up cod and camaraderie

Annual Roseville Lenten feast serves up cod and camaraderie

| February 25, 2016 | 0 Comments

A fish fry at Corpus Christi Feb. 19 might have been most notable because of who wasn’t there.

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New grant process to expand CRS Rice Bowl funds’ local impact

New grant process to expand CRS Rice Bowl funds’ local impact

| February 25, 2016 | 0 Comments

The Center for Mission has distributed almost 44,000 Rice Bowls in the archdiocese this year. Last year, 123 local parishes, schools and Catholic institutions participated, and donations totaled $97,713 — $27,000 more than the local Rice Bowl collection in 2012.

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St. Kate’s president to take helm at Milwaukee college

St. Kate’s president to take helm at Milwaukee college

| February 24, 2016 | 0 Comments

After announcing last fall her plans to resign as president of St. Catherine University in St. Paul, Sister Andrea Lee has accepted the position as president of Alverno College in Milwaukee.

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Fridley pastor on leave during police investigation

Fridley pastor on leave during police investigation

| February 20, 2016 | 16 Comments

The pastor of St. William in Fridley has taken a voluntary leave of absence from ministry while he is the subject of an Edina Police Department investigation.

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Being human: Pope Francis delights many, frustrates some

Being human: Pope Francis delights many, frustrates some

| Cindy Wooden | February 19, 2016 | 3 Comments

The pope is human. Pope Francis demonstrated that in Mexico, as he does wherever he goes, and most people find it attractive most of the time. In Pope Francis, Catholics can see a real person trying to live his faith in a complicated world.

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Letters – February 18, 2016

Letters – February 18, 2016

| February 18, 2016 | 0 Comments

Two things struck me from the Feb. 4 issue.

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Prayer can’t change nature, but it can change our hearts

Prayer can’t change nature, but it can change our hearts

| Father Charles Lachowitzer | February 18, 2016

The word “lent” means spring. For all those who have been praying for spring, our prayers have been answered! Except, this is not exactly the spring we wanted. The ground is still frozen and covered with snow. There are no leaves on the trees, no flowers, no warmth, and the wind howls with a biting sting.

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La oración no puede cambiar la naturaleza,  pero puede cambiar nuestros corazones

La oración no puede cambiar la naturaleza, pero puede cambiar nuestros corazones

| Father Charles Lachowitzer | February 18, 2016

La palabra “cuaresma” significa primavera. Para todos aquellos que han estado orando para que llegue la primavera, ¡nuestras oraciones han sido escuchadas!

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Digital Edition: February 18, 2016

Digital Edition: February 18, 2016

| February 18, 2016 | 0 Comments

Pope Francis in Mexico, CDH play tackles race, How to caucus, Widowhood ministry, 24 Hours for the Lord, Fifty years of retreats

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Bringing Christ to the caucus

Bringing Christ to the caucus

| Bishop Andrew Cozzens | February 17, 2016 | 2 Comments

Venturing into the political realm today can be an unappealing prospect. Sometimes it seems that American politics appeals to our base fears and prejudices, while advancing only the special interests of a powerful few.

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How to caucus: MCC explains

How to caucus: MCC explains

| Minnesota Catholic Conference | February 17, 2016 | 0 Comments

As Catholics, caucusing provides us an opportunity not only to live out the call to faithful citizenship, but also to have a meaningful impact on the political process.

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