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St. Paul church temporarily closes after visiting priest tests positive for coronavirus

St. Paul church temporarily closes after visiting priest tests positive for coronavirus

| August 5, 2020 | 0 Comments

St. Louis King of France church and its ministries in downtown St. Paul closed Aug. 4 as Marist priests serving there went into quarantine because a visiting priest tested positive for COVID-19.

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Faith-filled quiet in busy places

Faith-filled quiet in busy places

| Susanna Parent | September 26, 2019 | 0 Comments

If you happen to be in the city known for Fenway Park, the Freedom Trail and a marathon that draws people from around the world, you might consider visiting a lesser-known but even more inspiring site.

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Men living in former convent grow in faith, friendship

Men living in former convent grow in faith, friendship

| Susan Klemond For The Catholic Spirit | March 29, 2011 | 1 Comment

Last summer as Ed Working’s St. Paul condominium was becoming too small for his steady stream of houseguests, the Nativity of Our Lord parishioner considered buying a house to share with other Catholic single men.

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Award to honor couple for educational philanthropy

Award to honor couple for educational philanthropy

| October 14, 2010 | 0 Comments

The Catholic Community Founda­tion will present its 2010 Legacy of Faith Award to Jerry and Delores Slawik during a banquet Oct. 27. The annual award is given to an individual or family in recognition of their leadership and philanthropy in support of the spiritual, educational and social needs of the Catholic community.

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Play offers inside view of U.S. abortion legalization

Play offers inside view of U.S. abortion legalization

| October 5, 2010 | 0 Comments

Bob Hindel of St. Andrew in St. Paul grew up surrounded by family members who supported abortion.

“Everyone was pro-choice except me,” he said.

Hindel’s passionate pro-life stance continues today, and he recently has found a stage to express his views — literally.

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