Tag: compassion

Pope: Reflections on mercy may be over, but compassion must live on

Pope: Reflections on mercy may be over, but compassion must live on

| Carol Glatz | November 30, 2016 | 0 Comments

The Year of Mercy and its series of papal reflections may be over, but compassion and acts of mercy must continue and become a part of everyone’s daily lives, Pope Francis said.

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Transgender persons, human dignity and our response

Transgender persons, human dignity and our response

| Jason Adkins | October 9, 2014 | 3 Comments

This past summer, Time Magazine had a cover story called “The Next Civil Rights Revolution,” chronicling the movement to create legal mandates for the accommodation of persons who either identify as transgender or who refuse to identify as male or female altogether.

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In memory of Quinn

In memory of Quinn

| April 10, 2014 | 0 Comments

Family hopes to build a chapel at the University of Minnesota Children’s Hospital

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Vatican’s media adviser offers ‘Top 10’ ways to understand Pope Francis

Vatican’s media adviser offers ‘Top 10’ ways to understand Pope Francis

| Carol Glatz | October 23, 2013 | 0 Comments

No matter how some media may want to spin it, Pope Francis won’t fit into the political categories of left or right, and he will challenge everyone with the truth of the Gospel, said the Vatican’s media adviser. “Pope Francis is not a politically correct pope,” rather, he is “a loyal son of the church” […]

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Interrupt daily routine to reach out in compassion to those in need

Interrupt daily routine to reach out in compassion to those in need

| Deacon Mickey Friesen | March 14, 2012 | 0 Comments

Who has not been interrupted from daily routines and errands because we see someone in need?

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