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  • Archbishop's Easter message
    In His glorious Resurrection Our Lord has conquered death, has conquered sin, and has conquered really all that afflicts us.
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.
Chrism Mass 2021
It was an unusual sight. About 100 priests sat in the pews of Portland’s St. Mary Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception March 29 — vested, distanced and masked, but clearly together.
Solemnity of St. Joseph
“He is a strong, silent, gracious, chaste husband and father,” Archbishop Alexander Sample said of St. Joseph. “Boy do we need his example today.”
'God remains God'
Attendance is brisk and relatively young at St. Michael Parish in Portland in part because the parish stayed in touch with worshippers and continued to offer frequent spiritual and faith formation opportunities during the pandemic.
40 Days for Life
Tina Fortin remembers the sound of a tiny vacuum. She was 14, pregnant, and at an abortion clinic. “My child, my baby, was violently torn apart and removed from my womb,” Fortin told about 100 abortion foes gathered outside Planned Parenthood here Feb. 20.
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