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Here are some of the stories you missed if you didn't read Arkansas Catholic's June 17 issue.

Latin American sisters in U.S. ‘build bridges’

CHICAGO (CNS) -- Three Arkansas nuns were among 34 Latin American sisters who are working as missionaries in poor Latino communities in the United States and recently gathered for a 10-day retreat and meeting in Chicago.

Celebration draws charismatic Catholics, Pentecostals

VATICAN CITY -- The Holy Spirit continues to give Christians different gifts and to call them to share those gifts with each other in a community marked by forgiveness and “unity in diversity,” Pope Francis said on Pentecost.

Christians at risk

WASHINGTON -- The Knights of Columbus has begun a nationwide television and digital ad campaign to spread awareness of the situation of Christians in the Middle East and raise funds on their behalf.

Top teachers

The 2016-2017 Sacred Heart Educator of the Year award recipients in Morrilton were recognized after a school Mass May 17. (Photo)

Father Rother’s remains verified for beatification process

OKARCHE, Okla. -- The remains of Father Stanley F. Rother were exhumed from Holy Trinity Cemetery in Okarche in May and transported to Oklahoma City.

Guatemalans: Heirs of a martyred Church

VATICAN CITY -- Guatemalan bishops thanked Pope Francis for recognizing the martyrdom of Father Stanley Rother of the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City, the first martyr born in the United States.

Archdiocese opens website about American martyr

WASHINGTON -- The Archdiocese of Oklahoma City has opened a website detailing the life, as well as steps toward sainthood, of Father Stanley Rother.

Reunions can answer many questions

Antje Harris, director of Catholic Adoption Services, recently got a wonderful surprise when she attended a workshop about spirituality in the workplace ... (Catholic Charities Connections)

‘The Keepers’ Netflix documentary details sister’s unsolved murder

NEW YORK -- Director Ryan White’s visually striking, atmospheric documentary series “The Keepers” examines the unsolved murder in 1969 Baltimore of popular 26-year-old Sister Cathy Cesnik.

Grandparents can learn from Joachim and Anne to pass on the faith

One difficult afternoon, many years ago, was spent disciplining our 6-year-old son Andrew. After tears of anger and frustration, he shouted out, “I want to talk to Grandma.” (Understanding Our Church, Seeds of Faith)

How will you change the world?

“I would feed all the children that are starving. I would donate funds to ensure hunger is eliminated and no one ever goes hungry. I would promote ...” (Youthspeak, Seeds of Faith)

To everything, time and purpose there is a season

I always wanted to be a father. I remember an epiphany around middle school that the best, most noble thing I could accomplish was to be a good dad. I didn’t have any idea what life held for me otherwise, but if I could do that, it would be enough. (Columns)

Deporting these Iraqis doesn’t make sense

One of the most dramatic raids undertaken by the Immigration Customs Enforcement agents happened on Sunday in Detroit. At least 40 Iraqis, including many Christians, were arrested, taken to Ohio and prepared for deportation. (Editorial)