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Breaking: Trump administration announces broad exemptions for HHS mandate

Breaking: Trump administration announces broad exemptions for HHS mandate

he Trump administration announced broad new exemptions to the HHS contraceptive mandate on Friday, giving relief to religious non-profits and others with deeply held religious or moral convictions regarding contraception.

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Pope mourns victims of ‘senseless’ Las Vegas shooting

Pope mourns victims of ‘senseless’ Las Vegas shooting

On Monday Pope Francis offered his condolences and spiritual support to victims of a deadly shooting in Las Vegas that left at least 50 people dead and 200 more wounded when a gunman opened fire at a country music festival.

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How the US Church is ‘sharing the journey’ with immigrants

How the US Church is ‘sharing the journey’ with immigrants

Catholic leaders in the U.S. are hoping that the newly announced “Share the Journey” campaign will foster a welcoming attitude towards migrants and refugees.

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Local News

Knights of Columbus meet in Spooner

Knights of Columbus meet in Spooner

Diocese of Superior leaders of the Knights of Columbus attending the Sept. 10 meeting in Spooner …

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Chancery staff hosts benefit for family

Chancery staff hosts benefit for family

Seeing a loved one suffer is among the hardest trials in life. For the Strugala family, natives of Poland, a diagnosis of ALS – amyotrophic lateral sclerosis – has been all the more difficult to manage because they have no family in this country.

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Youth programs ‘wildly successful’

Youth programs ‘wildly successful’

Ministry among CSA-funded services

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Faith

How does Jesus reveal the Father to us?

How does Jesus reveal the Father to us?

I was 19 when my cousin came to live with my family. He was just out of the Marines. He was not doing very well and was lost in many ways.

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May 14: Fifth Sunday of Easter

May 14: Fifth Sunday of Easter

Daily readings for Sunday, May 14, to Saturday, May 20, 2017.

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May 7: Fourth Sunday of Easter

May 7: Fourth Sunday of Easter

Daily readings for Sunday, May 7, to Saturday, May 13, 2017.

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Culture

Why bother with beauty? A book for right-brained Catholics

Why bother with beauty? A book for right-brained Catholics

Just a few weeks after Catholic artist Cory Heimann got married, a close friend of his, who had been planning on travelling to Africa to film a documentary, passed away.

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New boys’ choir CD explores rich music of Mary

New boys’ choir CD explores rich music of Mary

Boys’ choirs have been a tradition in the Catholic Church since the Middle Ages, when men and women did not sing together in public, and boys’ higher-pitched voices were needed to round out the sound of sacred music used at Mass.

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Share the Journey campaign Frequently Asked Questions

Share the Journey campaign Frequently Asked Questions

FAQs for the #Sharethejourney campaign

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A woman of strong conviction

A woman of strong conviction

| October 6, 2017 | 0 Comments

Evelyn Lompa, winner of the SDCCW’s 2017 Pax Christi Award, is a member of St. John the Apostle Parish in Sheldon, which is clustered with parishes in Lublin, Gilman and Jump River.

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Hearts on Fire: charismatic currents of grace

Hearts on Fire: charismatic currents of grace

| October 6, 2017 | 0 Comments

Currents of grace. Channels of belief in God’s existence and his active presence through the action of the Holy Spirit. Cooperation of persons open to being instruments.

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Pilgrimage  for Padre Pio

Pilgrimage for Padre Pio

| October 6, 2017 | 0 Comments

Nineteen members of the Diocese of Superior made a pilgrimage Sept. 20 to venerate relics of St. Padre Pio.

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Understanding grace more deeply

Understanding grace more deeply

| October 6, 2017 | 0 Comments

The mark of genuine contrition is not a sense of guilt, but a sense of sorrow, of regret for having taken a wrong turn, just as the mark of living in grace is not a sense of our own worth but a sense of being accepted and loved despite our unworthiness.

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God’s Gift event Sept. 30

God’s Gift event Sept. 30

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Students and teens wait outside the conference room during lunch break Saturday, Sept. 30, at the Diocese of Superior’s God’s Gift: To Love Every Body event at UW-Superior’s Yellowjacket Union, Superior.

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