Archive for May, 2018

From readers – May 10, 2018

From readers – May 10, 2018

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– Learn more about immigration
– In defense of enneagrams

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Spring shows signs of the divine life

Spring shows signs of the divine life

| Bishop Andrew Cozzens | May 10, 2018 | 0 Comments

On the Fifth Sunday of Easter, we read at Sunday Mass one of my favorite passages of Scripture — the image of the vine and branches from John 15:1-10.

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Appointments – May 10, 2018

Appointments – May 10, 2018

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Archbishop Bernard Hebda has announced the following appointments in the Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis

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La primavera muestra signos de la vida divina

La primavera muestra signos de la vida divina

| Bishop Andrew Cozzens | May 10, 2018 | 0 Comments

En el quinto domingo de Pascua, leemos en la misa dominical uno de mis pasajes favoritos de las Escrituras: la imagen de la vid y las ramas de Juan 15: 1-10. Me encanta meditar en este pasaje, y es particularmente apropiado para la primavera. Este pasaje forma el corazón del discurso de la Ultima Cena de Jesús. La vid y las ramas son una imagen para la Iglesia y nos ayudan a entender que la Iglesia es mucho más que un club.

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St. Clement, St. Boniface host Christian artists for Art-A-Whirl

St. Clement, St. Boniface host Christian artists for Art-A-Whirl

| May 9, 2018 | 0 Comments

What started as a hobby for Renee Hickman will help make St. Clement in northeast Minneapolis an Art-A-Whirl stop May 18-20.

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Reborn in baptism, Christians are called to live like Christ, pope says

Reborn in baptism, Christians are called to live like Christ, pope says

| Cindy Wooden | May 9, 2018 | 0 Comments

The baptismal font is a tomb in which a person dies to sin, and it is a womb through which a person is born to new life in Christ, Pope Francis said.

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Finding faith and lasting community

Finding faith and lasting community

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Carissa Quintanilla was feeling like a number while attending a public high school during her freshman year.

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Seeking who God wants him to be

Seeking who God wants him to be

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Ben Richards recently gave a talk about the importance of the Eucharist in his life.

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‘Filled with Christ’ to serve others

‘Filled with Christ’ to serve others

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Rachel Morgan was at a crossroads during her junior year at Chesterton Academy in Edina. She was enjoying her time there, but it looked like she might have to switch schools.

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Daughter pens novel under maternal guidance

Daughter pens novel under maternal guidance

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Several years ago, Kathy Schneeman of St. Joseph in West St. Paul was finding extra time in her life, a bit unusual for a mother of nine, including young twins. She had dabbled in writing while raising her children, and she decided to take it a step further.

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The gap year: High school grads embrace real-world experiences before college

The gap year: High school grads embrace real-world experiences before college

| Jessica Weinberger | May 9, 2018 | 0 Comments

As a high school senior, Hannah Wolney knew she needed a break. Attending Chesterton Academy in Edina, she was recovering from multiple concussions on the soccer field and had other mental health concerns. While she loved learning, Wolney realized she needed time after graduation to heal and rejuvenate.

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Sudan rebel leader praises Catholic work in liberated area

Sudan rebel leader praises Catholic work in liberated area

| Paul Jeffrey | May 9, 2018 | 0 Comments

The leader of a rebel group fighting the government of Sudan says the Catholic Church has given hope to the people of that country’s war-torn Nuba Mountains.

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