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Symposium explores gender identity, ‘question of our era’

Symposium explores gender identity, ‘question of our era’

| December 19, 2017 | 1 Comment

The symposium’s speakers contributed to an overall message of affirmation that men and women have real biological and social differences that complement one another in their relationships, especially as husbands and wives, and fathers and mothers; and that there are personal, theological and social implications when male and female complementarity is discounted, or when attempts are made to separate  the notion of gender from a person’s biological sex.

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Two saints, two sons inspire liturgical art at Savage parish

Two saints, two sons inspire liturgical art at Savage parish

| Kristi Anderson for The Catholic Spirit | June 18, 2014 | 1 Comment

For the Rasmussen and Schwartz families of St. John the Baptist in Savage, Pentecost Sunday not only celebrated the coming of the Holy Spirit, but also the long-awaited arrival of two life-size liturgical icons portraying St. Kateri Tekakwitha and Redemptorist priest Blessed Francis Xavier Seelos.

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