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News briefs for April 19, 2018

News briefs for April 19, 2018

| April 20, 2018 | 0 Comments

News briefs from the April 19, 2018 issue of the Superior Catholic Herald.

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Tomahawk student participates in Badger State Bee

Tomahawk student participates in Badger State Bee

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Lydia, a fourth-grade student at St. Mary’s School in Tomahawk, traveled to Madison on March 24 to participate in the Badger State Spelling Bee.

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Rice Lake speller state’s best

Rice Lake speller state’s best

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Abigail, an eighth-grade student at St. Joseph School and the daughter of Chip and Patty of Our Lady of Lourdes Parish, took first place in spelling at the Wisconsin Knights of Columbus State Knowledge Contest.

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‘Caring for Our Common Home’ in the Northwoods

‘Caring for Our Common Home’ in the Northwoods

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Since the first Earth Day in 1970, the celebration has expanded to almost 200 countries bringing together more than 1 billion people, a number that rivals the estimated population of Catholics worldwide.

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Park Falls Knights give to religious education

Park Falls Knights give to religious education

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Kathy Rominski, left, receives a check for $381.65, from John T. Bodoh Sr., Grand Knight of Knights of Columbus Council 2639 of Park Falls. Rominski is the director of religious education at St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church. The money was a result of volunteer donations from council members.

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Vocations Day held at UW-River Falls

Vocations Day held at UW-River Falls

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Thursday, April 12, was the annual Vocations Day at the UW-River Falls St. Thomas More Newman Center. Deacon Tom Weiss, the director of campus ministry, said the purpose of the event is to promote discussion about any kind of vocation.

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Fr. Ron Levra, a servant for all seasons

Fr. Ron Levra, a servant for all seasons

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More than 600 people attended a January event in Rice Lake with renowned cooking priest Fr. Leo Patalinghug. Although Fr. Ron Levra’s daily crowd numbers less than 20, he could be called the cooking priest of Price County.

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Women invited to join “In Solidarity” for annual CCW convention

Women invited to join “In Solidarity” for annual CCW convention

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The Council of Catholic Women Presidents for the Dioceses of Superior and Duluth are inviting women to a historical gathering May 22 to join “In Solidarity.” The College of St. Scholastica is the site for a joint convention – a first for both dioceses.

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Elite honor awarded to diocesan superintendent of schools

Elite honor awarded to diocesan superintendent of schools

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It is not everyday that Diocese of Superior superintendent of schools Peggy Schoenfuss receives a phone call from the National Catholic Education Association, the world’s largest, private professional educational association.

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Why did we forget how to date? New documentary aims to find out

Why did we forget how to date? New documentary aims to find out

| April 19, 2018 | 0 Comments

t was about 10 or so years ago when Kerry Cronin, a professor at Boston College, noticed something was up with the way her young students were dating – or, rather, not dating.

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