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  • Apparition Re-enacted
    Luis Heredia, dressed as St. Juan Diego, and Erika Tafoya, dressed as Our Lady of Guadalupe, pose for a shot after an apparition performance in honor of the Guadalupe feast day celebration at St. Matthew Parish in Hillsboro.
  • The Sisters and Donnes of Reparation invite the public for a Mass of Thanksgiving on the Feast of Epiphany, Sunday, Jan. 6. Devotion to the Magi has been a part of the sisters’ charism since their founding in 1953. Adoration and the Stations of Christmas are scheduled for 2 p.m., and Mass with Father Jon Buffington as celebrant starts at 3 p.m. A potluck follows the liturgy. The events take place at the convent, 2120 SE 24th Ave., Portland.
  • Catechism revision adds impetus in death penalty abolition fight
    WASHINGTON — Changes in law and public opinion have had their role to play in the quest to end capital punishment in the United States, but Catholic teaching also has played a part, according to Robert Dunham, executive director of the Death Penalty Information Center.
  • Futility of war
    There can be no celebration of  bravery occasioned by war. With Jesus, we can only agonize that we still continue to condone the futility of war.
Even in death, ‘every second counted’: Couple brings Cuddle Cot to St. Vincent Medical Center
Motivated by their own grief, Nick and Carly Itami give bereaved families more time with their babies
South coast food box program a ‘marvel’ of compassion
Knights of Columbus convene partners to feed 1,300 households in a region pestered by poverty
Holding tradition, but engaged with the world
One Franciscan Sister seems to have succeeded in living out the balance
Deaf Catholics at peace worshipping in their language
They know each other’s hardships, can open their hearts
Retired police chief helps Catholic agency deal with growth
Pete Kerns adds strategic planning to the ‘brilliance’ at St. Vincent de Paul of Lane County
  • So what happened?
    Most Rev. Alexander Sample
    I have recently returned from the annual fall meeting of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB). It was at this meeting that the U.S. bishops were prepared to address in a strong manner the current crisis in the Church, a crisis that revolves around the bishops themselves and the negligent handling of cases of sexual abuse and misconduct in the past.
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