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Finding ways to give thanks

Finding ways to give thanks

An unexpected headline in the New York Times recently caught my eye: “A Disrupted Thanksgiving Leaves the Turkey Business Guessing.”
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Parishes could benefit from communal study of book on priesthood

Parishes could benefit from communal study of book on priesthood

Father Bonnot thought through and wrote this book as a meditation upon the meaning of his 50 years as a Catholic parish priest. Jesus, he notes correctly, was not a priest among his own people, not a descendant of Aaron.
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Give thanks for what we have in common

Give thanks for what we have in common

I was bemoaning the state of a country divided almost down the middle. The election that so many people thought was for the soul of the country or for its future instead revealed that we are divided almost 50-50. The priest I was talking with agreed. And then he said, “I think it’s a great opportunity.”
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‘Fratelli Tutti’ and the universal destination of goods

‘Fratelli Tutti’ and the universal destination of goods

In the wake of the publication of Pope Francis’ most recent encyclical letter “Fratelli Tutti,” there was a great deal of negative commentary regarding the pope’s attitude toward capitalism and private property. Many readers interpreted Francis to mean that the capitalist system is, in itself, exploitative and that the holding of private property is morally problematic.
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Fall Conference: ‘Hope builds on hope’

Fall Conference: ‘Hope builds on hope’

How to grow in hope – a timely lesson for a year shaped by a global pandemic – was the theme of Fr. Adam Laski’s keynote address for the Diocese of Superior’s virtual 2020 Fall Conference.
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