Archive for March, 2014

Pizza passion

Pizza passion

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Faith, food fuel Fr. McLain’s ministry

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‘A healing place’ for veterans

‘A healing place’ for veterans

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Camp American Legion sees increase in those wanting a respite.

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Catholic School retreat

Catholic School retreat

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Middle school students at Cathedral School, Superior, play a silly story game during a retreat at Christ the King Cathedral March 5.

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Scholarships available

Scholarships available

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The Diocese of Superior is accepting applications for the Sr. Kathleen Agnes Brady Trust Scholarship.

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Matchbox crosses

Matchbox crosses

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Second-grade students at St. Joseph School, Rice Lake, prepare for Lent by making crosses from matchsticks.

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Parishioners provide input for Extraordinary Synod on Marriage, Family

Parishioners provide input for Extraordinary Synod on Marriage, Family

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The Diocese of Superior has reviewed and submitted the findings of a survey on marriage and family life that was part of the Vatican’s effort to prepare for an Extraordinary Synod on Marriage and Family which will be held in October.

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Intarsia

Intarsia

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Sr. Shirley Wagner’s praise for God, celebration of nature.

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Discipleship U seeks young ‘disciple-builders’

Discipleship U seeks young ‘disciple-builders’

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Program focused on high school leaders.

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First anniversary, 30 babies saved

First anniversary, 30 babies saved

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Women’s Care Center provides pro-life options.

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Young nuns are ‘Mothers’ to Minnesota parish

Young nuns are ‘Mothers’ to Minnesota parish

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Handmaids of the Heart of Jesus prayerfully carry out their vocation.

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