Tag: Letters

From readers: August 10, 2017

From readers: August 10, 2017

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Thoughtful perspectives
Denying grace for better life
God’s law is not a democracy
Christians serve, not judge
Church’s teachings will not change
Catholic identity questions

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From our readers – February 9, 2017

From our readers – February 9, 2017

| February 9, 2017 | 1 Comment

– Why a Catholic lobby day?
– Cardinal Newman Society’s ‘honor roll’
– Bishop Andrew Cozzens responds

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From our readers – October 13, 2016

From our readers – October 13, 2016

| October 13, 2016 | 7 Comments

Opposition to Elizabeth Johnson advertisement

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Letters: July 7, 2016

Letters: July 7, 2016

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Racism can’t be ignored
Labyrinths

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Letters – June 9, 2016

Letters – June 9, 2016

| June 9, 2016 | 1 Comment

Feeling the ‘Bern’
Pray for election
No place for labyrinths
St. Rita deserved more
Altar about-face
BLM has wrong focus

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Letters – November 19, 2015

Letters – November 19, 2015

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Grief actually has 10 stages
Blessed are the persecuted
Remember Jesus’ mercy

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From Readers – Feb. 12, 2015

From Readers – Feb. 12, 2015

| February 10, 2015 | 0 Comments

Crashed Ice foiled march
Open dialogue for healing

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From our readers – November 21, 2013

From our readers – November 21, 2013

| November 20, 2013 | 0 Comments

In the Nov. 7 issue of The Catholic Spirit, we asked readers if they celebrate their “name day” in a special way, and to tell us how. Below are two responses:

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We are called to godliness, even in the business world

We are called to godliness, even in the business world

| October 9, 2013 | 0 Comments

The new evangelization has focused on bringing Catholics back to the church so that the word of God and his sacraments can take hold of us and join us to him. At the same time, there is much work to be done for Catholics to bring God into the world.

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Opportunity to help  the homeless also benefited volunteers

Opportunity to help the homeless also benefited volunteers

Last fall, after Catholic Charities CEO Tim Marx wrote an article in the StarTribune documenting the overcrowding at the Dorothy Day Center, a group of men from St. John Neumann parish in Eagan responded by offering to staff overnight the old offices of Catholic Charities in St. Paul (which we refer to as the Annex) so that no one had to be turned away.

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U.S. bishops right in taking stand

U.S. bishops right in taking stand

| March 1, 2012 | 0 Comments

I applaud the various bishops in America for vocally standing up for our faith, and in defiance of the recent ruling by the Obama administration regarding exemptions from providing health care coverage for contraception and sterilization.

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