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  • Time of confirmation now seventh grade
    Parishes in western Oregon will begin preparing children for confirmation in seventh grade. The presbyteral council, an advisory body of priests, voted unanimously in favor of the change.
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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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