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In his classic text “After Virtue,” the philosopher Alisdair MacIntyre lamented, not so much the immorality that runs rampant in our contemporary society, but something more fundamental and in the long run more dangerous — namely, that we are no longer even capable of having a real argument about moral matters.
– Pro athletes thankful for lessons learned
– It all started with a $37 check
– Former players, coaches recall CAA’s impact on their lives
– Girls find opportunities aplenty over league’s history
– Six decades later, league continues to thrive
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The Catholic Spirit interviewed Weigel and Gordy DeMarais, founder and executive director of St. Paul’s Outreach, a Catholic ministry on college campuses across the U.S. that began in response to the Church’s call for a “new evangelization.” The following is an edited version of the interview.
Seven men will be ordained as transitional deacons by Archbishop John Nienstedt during a Mass at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 4 at the Basilica of St. Mary, 88 17th St. N. in Minneapolis.
Campaign would differ in scope from annual Catholic Services Appeal
The 66th annual Archdiocesan Family Rosary Procession from the State Capitol to the Cathedral of St. Paul is set for Sunday, May 5.
When it comes to hospitality, sometimes it’s how a person handles the daily disruptions that sends the most important message.
Michael Halloran, director of development and stewardship for the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis, has accepted a position as assistant athletics director of development for intercollegiate athletics at the University of Minnesota, effective April 30.