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  • Milwaukie student wins international essay prize
    Milwaukie student wins international essay prize
    MILWAUKIE — Five young people who attend Christ the King Church in Milwaukie have been recognized in the state Knights of Columbus essay contest. One student, Jack Burnside, is the International Winner.
  • The art of finding Christ on the streets
    The art of finding Christ on the streets
    The woman had gotten off the bus on Southeast Flavel, near 92nd Avenue, and slowly pulled a hand cart carefully packed with worn bags. Neatly though casually dressed, she walked with immense weariness. Perhaps she’d just gotten off a long day’s work. Or perhaps, considering the hand cart, she was on her way home from a frustrating shopping trip.
  • Pope Francis: ‘I have been able to walk for three days’
    Pope Francis: ‘I have been able to walk for three days’
    The Vatican has released a video of Pope Francis telling a group of bishops from Brazil this week that his mobility has improved. “I have been able to walk for three days,” the pope said with a wave on June 27 as he walked with the help of a cane across the library of the Apostolic Palace.
  • PACIFIC NORTHWEST
    PACIFIC NORTHWEST
    The Supreme Court ruled 6-3 Monday in favor of a Washington state high school football coach in a First Amendment case concerning his right to pray on the field.
  • Archbishop asks church to be in solidarity with migrants who died in truck
    Archbishop asks church to be in solidarity with migrants who died in truck
    The archbishop of San Antonio offered prayers for 46 people found dead and another 16 survivors discovered June 27 in sweltering conditions in a semitruck.
    
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  • 'Being kind comes naturally to him'
    Kristen Hannum
    At the beginning of the Rite of Ordination, after the director of vocations assures the archbishop that the candidate has been found worthy and the archbishop chooses the candidate for the order of the priesthood, it’s the people’s turn to speak.
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Chaldean liturgy
A Chaldean Catholic bishop visited Portland Dec. 26 and presided at a liturgy marked by chant in ancient languages. The Chaldean rite, which emerged from the descendants of Babylon, is one of the oldest Catholic forms of worship.
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.
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