Tag: St. Paul

Family makes birthday surprise work despite coronavirus restrictions

Family makes birthday surprise work despite coronavirus restrictions

| April 14, 2020 | 0 Comments

Margaret Mallinger turned 92 this month, and her family was determined to wish her well, despite restrictions at the senior living complex that are in place to protect residents and staff from the coronavirus.

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After Catholic school leaders protest, St. Paul adds private school families to COVID-19 effort

After Catholic school leaders protest, St. Paul adds private school families to COVID-19 effort

| April 6, 2020 | 0 Comments

Following protests from Catholic school leaders and others, the city of St. Paul is now including families with students in non-public schools among those eligible for a COVID-19-related relief effort: a one-time, $1,000 payment for emergency housing assistance.

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Catholic school leaders ask that private school families, nonprofits be eligible

Catholic school leaders ask that private school families, nonprofits be eligible

| March 31, 2020 | 0 Comments

Leaders from 10 Catholic schools in St. Paul, including St. Agnes, St. Peter Claver and Cretin-Durham Hall, asked Mayor Melvin Carter to include Catholic school families and nonprofits in a proposed St. Paul Bridge Fund set to go before the city’s Housing and Redevelopment Authority April 1.

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Pro-life supporters oppose St. Paul abortion resolution

Pro-life supporters oppose St. Paul abortion resolution

| March 12, 2020 | 0 Comments

The seven-member St. Paul City Council took a stand on abortion when it voted March 4 at its weekly meeting to designate March 10 Abortion Providers Appreciation Day.

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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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Restored bells ring in new era for St. Bernard

Restored bells ring in new era for St. Bernard

| May 24, 2019 | 0 Comments

Bells chiming in St. Bernard’s renovated bell towers since Easter Sunday signal more than sacred times in St. Paul’s North End neighborhood.

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Damascus archbishop describes Syrian Catholics’ plight

Damascus archbishop describes Syrian Catholics’ plight

| November 16, 2018 | 0 Comments

On Jan. 8, a bomb exploded in the bedroom of Archbishop Samir Nassar, who leads the Archeparchy of Damascus, Syria. He was in a nearby room and wasn’t hurt.

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Champions for Life winners moved by story of baby found at German church

Champions for Life winners moved by story of baby found at German church

| October 19, 2018 | 0 Comments

St. John Paul II Champions for Life award winners and their guests heard a concrete reminder Oct. 18 of what their work means.

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As Christ loved the Church

As Christ loved the Church

| Ben Tlougan | September 27, 2018 | 0 Comments

“As Christ loved the Church.”

As a husband, I need constant reminders of this phrase from Scripture.

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Shining a light on St. Paul: Archaeological site renovated

Shining a light on St. Paul: Archaeological site renovated

| Carol Glatz | September 6, 2018 | 0 Comments

Turning an archaeological discovery into an appealing, informative site for tourists takes more than just digging interesting remains and ruins out of the dirt.

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St. Vincent de Paul distributes food, invites prayer in Frogtown

St. Vincent de Paul distributes food, invites prayer in Frogtown

| May 24, 2018 | 0 Comments

Instead of fishing for walleye, Ross Feder and company “fished” for people at St. Vincent de Paul in St. Paul during the weekend of the Minnesota fishing opener.

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Holy Childhood opens doors to share campus with Korean Catholics

Holy Childhood opens doors to share campus with Korean Catholics

| May 18, 2018 | 0 Comments

A statue of Korean martyr St. Andrew Kim stood next to the lectern at Holy Childhood in St. Paul for the first time during a Sunday Mass May 6. It signaled a significant change underway in the Como neighborhood: the pioneering of a unique relationship between Holy Childhood and St. Andrew Kim parishes, the latter of which serves the Korean Catholic community in the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis.

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