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  • WATCH: CYO annual dinner boosts spirits
    There were a few tears amid the laughter and inspiration on offer at the Oct. 9 Champions of Faith dinner, CYO/Camp Howard’s annual fundraising bash at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland. 
  • Washington state's Supreme Court strikes down death penalty
    SEATTLE — The Catholic bishops of Washington state Oct. 11 applauded the unanimous decision of the state Supreme Court striking down the death penalty as unconstitutional.
  • Archdiocese of Portland bishops, clergy recommit to protect youths
    Bishops and priests at the final session of the 2018 priests' convocation at the Oregon coast earlier this month discussed recent news of clergy sex abuse in other parts of the nation.
  • University of Portland implements ‘radical changes’ to create safer environment
    The push nationwide to bring the pervasive reality of sexual assault and harassment to light has sustained momentum over the past year. As the Catholic Church reckons with new revelations of past clergy sexual abuse, the #MeToo movement continues to underscore the scope of sexual misconduct and the accompanying anger and pain. 
  • A tool for the journey
    “Holding a rosary is like holding Mary’s hand.” The saying came down to Mariana Schatte, who attends Mass at both St. Anthony Parish in Tigard and St. Mary Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Portland.
    
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  • WATCH: CYO annual dinner boosts spirits
    There were a few tears amid the laughter and inspiration on offer at the Oct. 9 Champions of Faith dinner, CYO/Camp Howard’s annual fundraising bash at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland.  READ MORE>>
  •  Portland mayor serves at Blanchet House
    What may have looked like a simple meal being served was a prayer answered for 436 homeless and low-income Portlanders on Sept. 24.

    “Thank you,” a lunch guest at the Blanchet House said to Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler as he set a plate of pasta, apples and salad in front of her. The mayor and his staff volunteered plating food and bussing tables.
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  • Email accounts of priests and religious around the archdiocese are being “ghosted” in attempts of provoking money from the Catholic faithfu
  • Let’s do better
    The Catholic Church, for all her beautiful witness to life, must do a better job ministering to families who’ve lost a child through miscarriage or stillbirth.
Deaf Catholics at peace worshipping in their language
They know each other’s hardships, can open their hearts
Retired police chief helps Catholic agency deal with growth
Pete Kerns adds strategic planning to the ‘brilliance’ at St. Vincent de Paul of Lane County
James Ladd felt his calling affirmed during internship at Holy Trinity in Beaverton
As they began classes this fall, many students from Mount Angel Seminary carried a fresh experience of parish life.
Builder, who lives by ‘cowboy code,’ has helped create beautiful churches
MOUNT ANGEL — A small general contracting firm, in a small office, in a small town has built remarkable modern Catholic buildings in Oregon.
New lodge increases possibilities at Camp Howard
Dining hall big enough to hold everyone
  • No fear of the truth
    Most Rev. Alexander Sample
    As the sad crisis in the Church over sexual abuse and misconduct and its cover-up continues to unfold, I have been thinking a lot about the truth. We need the truth, however painful it may be to hear it. We must, in a sense, answer Pilate’s question, “What is the truth?” Only the truth in this matter will make us free.
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