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  • Reparation Sisters' anniversary noted
    The Sisters of Reparation and nearly 100 of their local Donnes of Reparation joined members of St. Anthony Parish and many friends to celebrate 60 years of God’s blessings upon the community.
  • Amazon inhabitants hope synod will address lack of priests
    QUITO, Ecuador — The upcoming Synod of Bishops for the Amazon will focus on the devastating effects of climate change on the environment and on indigenous communities, but it also will look at ways to meet the spiritual needs of the region's people.
  • Polls show big support for conscience protections for health care workers
    WASHINGTON —  An overwhelming majority of Americans — 83% — said they support conscience protection rights for health care professionals because they should not be forced to perform procedures against their moral beliefs.
  • Oregon group attends social action conference
    A team of Portland-area Catholics attended the Social Action Summer Institute in Salt Lake City in July.

    On top of the agenda was low-cost housing, plus the immigration crisis and climate change.

  • Journalist Cokie Roberts, lifelong Catholic, dies at 75
    WASHINGTON — Cokie Roberts, a broadcast journalist and political commentator who spoke publicly about her Catholic faith and her admiration for the Sacred Heart sisters who taught her, died Sept. 17 due to complications from breast cancer. She was 75.
    
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  • Scholarship awarded
    GERVAIS — The Catholic Daughters of the Americas in Gervais have awarded a $2,000 scholarship to John Eisenbacher.
  • Retreat for troubled marriages Oct. 11-13
    Retrouvaille, a Catholic retreat program, provides a welcoming and loving space for couples who have been living with the misery of a failing marriage. The French word means “homecoming.”
  • Amazon inhabitants hope synod will address lack of priests
    QUITO, Ecuador — The upcoming Synod of Bishops for the Amazon will focus on the devastating effects of climate change on the environment and on indigenous communities, but it also will look at ways to meet the spiritual needs of the region's people.
  •  I was extremely shocked, offended, and amazed that the editor would choose to use not one, but two suggestive drawings.
‘Take the guilt off’
Filipino youths called to help the world encounter God
A Filipino celebration held at The Grotto in Northeast Portland July 28 began with a rosary led by children.
Singles for Christ conference fortifies faith
The national gathering encourages young adults to feel God’s love, find strength in community and share their gifts
Getting at poverty's roots
Catholic Campaign for Human Development funds western Oregon projects that go even beyond charity
Deacon subdues attacker to protect abbey
The gentle churchman is troubled by his reaction, but thinks it was part of his duty
  • Most Rev. Alexander Sample
    From time to time the question arises in some people’s minds as to what it really means to be a Catholic. It seems there are various interpretations in answer to this question. The topic of this column is sparked to some extent by the subject of my last column on the Pew Research study of Catholic faith in the holy Eucharist.
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