Tag: Minnesota

Novel helps readers feel the chill of mid-century Minnesota

Novel helps readers feel the chill of mid-century Minnesota

| Elizabeth Rackover Clancy | October 11, 2019 | 0 Comments

“The Ice Harvest” by Sharon Locy. Marymount Institute Press.

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Digital Edition – August 22, 2019

Digital Edition – August 22, 2019

| August 22, 2019 | 0 Comments

Back to School, Survey – lack of belief in Real Presence, Local synod history, Faith and Football, Archbishop Hebda birthday and anniversaries, Local Knights of Columbus host national convention

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Digital Edition – July 25, 2019

Digital Edition – July 25, 2019

| July 26, 2019 | 0 Comments

Leading with Faith, Summer vocations, Bishop Pates retires, Forming school leaders, Grandparents pilgrimage, Reading kids to sleep

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Digital Edition – July 11, 2019

Digital Edition – July 11, 2019

| July 11, 2019 | 0 Comments

Miss Minnesota shaped by Catholic faith, The new Northeast, Insights on education, St. Thomas Aquinas modernist church turns 50, Msgr. John A. Ryan, Celebrating religious jubilees

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Digital Edition – June 6, 2019

Digital Edition – June 6, 2019

| June 6, 2019 | 0 Comments

Archdiocesan Synod announced, Priest ordination, Renovated bells at St. Bernard, Venezuelan mission plans hospice, Priest appointments, Woman’s speaking ministry inspired by God’s love, K of Cs’ new look, Pope responds to McCarrick’s ministry sanction knowledge, Father John Clay retirement Mass

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Parishes help build houses, provide for needs of the homeless

Parishes help build houses, provide for needs of the homeless

| May 10, 2019 | 0 Comments

Faced with a growing number of people who are homeless in Minnesota, state and local governments are amping up efforts this year to build affordable housing.

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Counting the ways we experience Christ’s love

Counting the ways we experience Christ’s love

| Father Mike Tix | May 2, 2019 | 0 Comments

With the month of May now here, the thoughts of many turn to Minnesota’s 10,000 lakes and the annual fishing opener. Ask someone, and I’m sure that person will have a fishing story to share. I vividly recall times fishing as a kid. We all have our stories.

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Digital Edition  – April 4, 2019

Digital Edition – April 4, 2019

| April 4, 2019 | 0 Comments

Immigration quandary, Vandalism and faith, Father Philippe retreat, Sister Alice Zachmann, St. John Vianney College Seminary 50th anniversary, Survivor poetry, Slime time at St. Rose of Lima

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Digital Edition – December 6, 2018

Digital Edition – December 6, 2018

| December 6, 2018 | 0 Comments

Visitation Monastery to close, The Nicholas Center, North Minneapolis pro-life clinic merges with Abria, Catholic Studies at 25, Bioethics outrage, Advent

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Digital Edition – July 26, 2018

Digital Edition – July 26, 2018

| July 26, 2018 | 0 Comments

Seminary names new rector, Migrants pulled from the Mediterranean, “Humanae Vitae” at 50, Celebrating Solanus, CCF president’s takeaways from Vatican conference, Philly foster care, The nun and NFP

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Digital Edition – May 10, 2018

Digital Edition – May 10, 2018

| May 10, 2018 | 0 Comments

Black Catholic Leadership Initiative, Restorative Justice, Graduation, Art-A-Whirl, Mother’s Day

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Sports gambling: Leave the money on the table

Sports gambling: Leave the money on the table

| April 23, 2018 | 0 Comments

In the coming weeks, the U.S. Supreme Court might loosen federal restrictions on sports gambling. As a result, many states have proactively drafted bills that would create regulated sports gambling industries at the state level — Minnesota included. The changes could greatly expand legal gambling in Minnesota, for example, by making online gambling accessible 24 hours a day from any computer or smart phone.

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