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  • Pope asks pardon for sins that drove Catholic, Orthodox apart
    Pope asks pardon for sins that drove Catholic, Orthodox apart
    Like St. John Paul II before him, Pope Francis apologized to members of the Orthodox Church of Greece for the ways Catholics over the centuries had offended them, and he told Catholic leaders that they must embrace their minority status with humility.
  • First Nations delegation tells of hopes for upcoming meeting with pope
    First Nations delegation tells of hopes for upcoming meeting with pope
    In one hour gathered in a room with Pope Francis, 13 Assembly of First Nations delegates plan to lay down heavy burdens and raise up the hope of nations.
  • Homeschool group guards faith for low-income families
    Homeschool group guards faith for low-income families
    SPRINGFIELD — It’s a brisk autumn morning in the parking lot of St. Alice Parish, and Pablo Gonzalez juggles a soccer ball with expertise amazing in an 11-year-old. Minutes before, Pablo learned how molecules are designed and how to thread a needle. Within the hour, he will don the alb of an altar server and get a censer swinging for Mass.
  • Dobbs v. Jackson: What did Roberts, Kavanaugh, and Barrett say?
    Dobbs v. Jackson: What did Roberts, Kavanaugh, and Barrett say?
    As the wait begins for a decision in the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization abortion case, close attention will be paid to the comments and questions of three conservative justices on the U.S. Supreme Court that some observers view as possible swing votes: Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr., and Associate Justices Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett.
  • Pope, arriving in Cyprus, tells Catholics to celebrate, welcome diversity
    Pope, arriving in Cyprus, tells Catholics to celebrate, welcome diversity
    The Catholic Church is a mosaic of different rites and cultures and must show the world the beauty of welcoming all people as brothers and sisters, Pope Francis told the Catholics of Cyprus.
    
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  • Subtle formation
    The spiritual leader of the Archdiocese of Portland appreciates CYO sports and Camp Howard because they offer youths a subtle but powerful formation in virtue.
Why we love Portland
Catholic Sentinel staff explain why they like Portland so much.
Filipinos accept challenge to evangelize
On 500th anniversary of Christianity in their homeland and 25th anniversary of their steps to organize in Oregon, the community is prepared to share a sparkling faith
Synodality
In a major address Oct. 24, Portland Archbishop Alexander Sample announced that western Oregon Catholics are beginning a process of listening to one another better. The end goal? Hearing the Holy Spirit and discerning the best way to bring the Gospel to the modern world.
Centennial in Sherwood
A centennial calls for retrospection and celebration but also serves as a “springboard for moving forward,” Archbishop Alexander Sample told St. Francis parishioners Sept. 5.
Stations in the city
Worshippers bear a large cross and pray in the heart of Portland, including busy Saturday Market
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