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  • Renewal out of portland?
    Ed Langlois
    During the early part of the pandemic, Archbishop Alexander Sample’s schedule crashed. He had more time to pray. That’s when something big happened.

Stations in the city
Worshippers bear a large cross and pray in the heart of Portland, including busy Saturday Market
'One of the go-to places’
Since1937, Wichita Feed and Hardware has been operated by three generations of Cassinellis, an Italian Catholic family with a proclivity for hard work, fix-it hacks and down-to-earth friendliness.
Keep knowing, growing, going
Guided by mission, one Oregon parish kept experimenting amid the pandemic to keep ministry going.
Chapel Chats
Oregon Catholics have faced a year of unprecedented challenges since the coronavirus pandemic took hold in spring 2020. But on most Friday evenings since then, hundreds and often thousands of people find a source of solace in the home of their spiritual leader, Archbishop Alexander Sample.
Tenebrae returns
St. Mary Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Northwest Portland on March 31 held an ancient Holy Week rite with chanted psalms, readings from Scripture, words of the saints and even a brief simulated earthquake.
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