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Madison Nutt, Dax McAllister and Amelia Frey were happy for their First Communion to finally happen June 14 at ... (Photo)
Dorothy Johanna Bruck Craig, 92, a member of Christ the King Church in Little Rock, died June 21. She is survived by ...
The account of Zacchaeus found at the beginning of Chapter 19 of St. Luke’s Gospel always makes me smile. Zacchaeus, the “short of stature” and “wealthy” chief tax collector in the city of Jericho, feels a burning desire to see Jesus, but he can’t see over the crowd. (Understanding our Church, Seeds of Faith)
“I want to be a doctor. How do I change the world as a doctor? The answer is simple, I speak up. For example ...” (Youthspeak, Seeds of Faith)
Tonight I wrote two events on my calendar: a birthday party and a baptism. (Columns)
The funeral will be held at a future date. How often has that sentence or one similar appeared in newspaper and online obituaries over the past three months? (Guest Commentary)
As we become more aware of racial injustice and try to remove bias, discrimination and prejudice from our lives, we can look to some saints, potential saints and martyrs for their help. We need to seek their intercession as wounds are healed and scars are acknowledged. (Editorial)
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