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  • The Catholic Sentinel: Defending the faith in recent decades
    Former Catholic Sentinel reporter and layout editor Jon DeBellis described the paper as a way for people to feel connected to the church beyond their parish. “I’m not rich, so I can’t fly to Rome to experience the Vatican,” he said. “But working for the paper gave me a sense of the bigger church. Reading it still does.” READ MORE>>
  • Free flu vaccinations available
    Shots will be available on Friday Oct. 30, 8 a.m.-noon at the Catholic Community Services Springfield Service Center located at 1025 G Street. READ MORE>>
  • WATCH: The problem of suffering
    During his Oct. 23 Chapel Chat, Archbishop Alexander Sample took up the theological problem of suffering, which he said poses a chief obstacle to belief in God. In the context of pandemic, racial strife, political division and wild-fires, the archbishop posed the great question: How can an all-knowing, all-powerful God, who is goodness itself, allow suffering?
Portland peace prayer
Archbishop Alexander Sample offered a rosary for peace and conducted an exorcism for a city that has witnessed peaceful racial justice protests peppered with riots for more than four months.
Archbishop on faithful citizenship
Archbishop Alexander Sample on Oct. 9 appealed to voters to explore issues deeply and apply the principles of natural law before casting ballots.
Santiam fires
Archbishop Sample visited the Santiam Canyon Oct. 3 to meet Catholics affected by the large blazes that swept through the wooded area last month.
A place for worship, service and work
New building at Aloha parish holds chapel, food bank and offices
Parish welcomes memorial to the unborn
In a sign that faith life refuses to succumb to the coronavirus, Archbishop Alexander Sample blessed a new monument to the unborn and a parish center at St. Mary Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish in Albany.
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