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  • Grant helps nuns deal with aging
    MOUNT ANGEL — As the towering sequoia fronting Queen of Angels Monastery gets older, it gets bigger and stronger. Not so for the two dozen nuns inside.
  • Dissecting public and private prayer
    BROOKINGS — Carol Richardson recalls the Corpus Christi processions from her childhood in Santa Cruz, California — flower girls in white dresses trailing behind a large cloth canopy that shaded the monstrance. The procession gives a sense of awe and wonder, she says. The wonder came back to her as she marched in the Eucharistic procession with the rest of the Star of the Sea parishioners here in June.
  • La Salle student wins art award
    MILWAUKIE — “Autumn Leaves,” a graphite drawing by La Salle Prep senior Caitlynn Young, won a silver medal this spring in the drawing and illustration category of the 2018 Scholastic Art and Writing Awards competition.
  • WATCH: Winery operates via faith, intellect, natural order, family history

    ST. PAUL — It’s a place to talk soil pH, medieval architecture, pasture health, Renaissance polyphony, grape cluster tightness and papal encyclicals — even before sipping an entire glass of pinot noir.

  • Fight scandal by giving witness to the Gospel, pope tells young people

    ROME — Members of the Catholic Church sin and give scandal, it's true, Pope Francis said, but it is up to each Catholic to live the faith as authentically as possible and witness to the world the love of Jesus.

    
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  • Grant helps nuns deal with aging
    MOUNT ANGEL — As the towering sequoia fronting Queen of Angels Monastery gets older, it gets bigger and stronger. Not so for the two dozen nuns inside.
  • Cardinal O'Malley calls for investigation at Boston seminary

    WASHINGTON — The Archbishop of Boston said in an Aug. 10 statement that he has asked the rector of its main archdiocesan St. John Seminary to go on sabbatical leave immediately and is asking for an investigation of allegations made on social media about activities there "directly contrary to the moral standards and requirements of formation for the Catholic priesthood."

  • A new reader
    As a Presbyterian, it was the first time I had seen the paper.
Lady Hill Winery
It’s a place to talk soil pH, medieval architecture, pasture health, Renaissance polyphony, grape cluster tightness and papal encyclicals — even before sipping an entire glass of pinot noir.
Liberated by downsizing
Downsizing was hard, but it made them feel liberated.
Benedictine women’s spiritual work alive and well
Benedictine women’s spiritual work alive and well
Corpus Christi 2018
During Mass and procession in downtown Portland June 3, Catholics make their eucharistic faith public.
Priesthood ordination 2018
Two are ordained Catholic priests as men who offer sacrifice on behalf of the people and are servants.
  • The Church must be a counter witness
    Most Rev. Alexander Sample

    Many people, including myself, have come to a point where we are seriously limiting our viewing of cable news television. The divisive rhetoric, the vitriol and the lack of respect and kindness people are showing to one another these days is sad and depressing. Where has civility gone?

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