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Catholic schools help parents pass on the faith

Catholic schools help parents pass on the faith

| Archbishop Bernard Hebda | January 24, 2019 | 0 Comments

While the media coverage of this year’s March for Life in Washington, D.C., has been dominated by a videoed altercation involving some high school students from Kentucky, a Native American activist and members of the Black Hebrew Israelites, I came home from the march overwhelmingly energized by the faith of the young Catholics who participated from our archdiocese.

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Las escuelas católicas ayudan a los padres a transmitir la fe

Las escuelas católicas ayudan a los padres a transmitir la fe

| Archbishop Bernard Hebda | January 24, 2019 | 0 Comments

Mientras que la cobertura de los medios de la Marcha por la Vida de este año en Washington, DC, ha estado dominada por un altercado en video que involucra a algunos estudiantes de secundaria de Kentucky, un activista nativo americano y miembros de los Israelitas Hebreos Negros, regresé a casa de la Marcha con gran energía. por la fe de los jóvenes católicos que participaron de nuestra Arquidiócesis.

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Why the pelican with chicks is a symbol of the Eucharist

Why the pelican with chicks is a symbol of the Eucharist

| Father Michael Van Sloun | January 23, 2019 | 0 Comments

An image of a mother pelican with her chicks is carved into the capital on top of a pillar at the Cenacle, the upper room on Mount Zion in Jerusalem where tradition holds that Jesus shared the Last Supper with his apostles and instituted the Eucharist.

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Digital Edition – January 10, 2019

Digital Edition – January 10, 2019

| January 10, 2019 | 0 Comments

Epiphany, Bankruptcy end brings opportunities to help abuse survivors, Embryo burial, Capitol opportunities, Help for dads at pregnancy centers, St. Dominic and St. Andrew celebrate milestones, Benefits of self-care

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Local Catholic offers burial for embryos who die in the IVF process

Local Catholic offers burial for embryos who die in the IVF process

| Bridget Ryder | January 10, 2019 | 0 Comments

In August and November, 30 embryos conceived through in vitro fertilization, but who died before they were able to be transferred to a uterus, were laid to rest in Resurrection Cemetery in Mendota Heights. The embryos came to the Catholic cemetery from two fertility clinics, and their burial was facilitated by Laura Elm, founder of Sacred Heart Guardians and Shelter. Another burial is scheduled for February.

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The triune God

The triune God

| Father Michael Joncas | January 10, 2019 | 0 Comments

Although centuries of theological reflection have made a connection between the baptism of Jesus and Christian baptism, the ceremony narrated in Luke recounts a mass baptism administered by John the Baptist. In the context of this ceremony, Jesus aligns himself with the Baptist’s message and submits to the ritual activity prompted by his preaching.

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God be with you

God be with you

| Father Charles Lachowitzer | January 10, 2019 | 0 Comments

I was on my annual visit to the Mall of Everything. I was not in collar and wore a Wild jersey and an old hat. The various stores were filled with people of every style of clothing.

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Appointments – January 9, 2019

Appointments – January 9, 2019

| January 10, 2019 | 0 Comments

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

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Dios sea contigo

Dios sea contigo

| Father Charles Lachowitzer | January 10, 2019 | 0 Comments

Estaba en mi visita anual al Mall of Everything. No llevaba cuello y llevaba un jersey de Wild y un sombrero viejo. Las diferentes tiendas estaban llenas de personas de todos los estilos de ropa.

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From readers – January 10, 2019

From readers – January 10, 2019

| January 9, 2019 | 0 Comments

Where are the funds for charity?

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How emotional intelligence can save your marriage

How emotional intelligence can save your marriage

| Kate Soucheray | January 8, 2019 | 0 Comments

Throughout this new liturgical year (which began with the first week of Advent), we will hear from St. Luke’s Gospel, which is known for highlighting Jesus’ compassion. As we hear the readings, we are invited to place ourselves within the context of the Gospel stories and become a more compassionate, caring person as well.

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It’s OK to start 2019 with you

It’s OK to start 2019 with you

| Christina Capecchi | January 8, 2019 | 0 Comments

I’ve always appreciated the notion of self-care in an Oprah Winfrey, hot-baths-and-expensive-chocolates kind of way. We work so hard, the thinking goes, that we deserve a break here and there. So splurge on that full-price gift-to-yourself. Book the massage. Binge on the new season.

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