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PORTLAND, Ore. — Dakota Hulsey was diligently setting up tables in a downtown Portland restaurant Oct. 17.
HARTFORD, Conn. (CNS) — Father Michael McGivney, the founder of the Knights of Columbus, will be beatified during a special Mass Oct. 31 at the Cathedral of St. Joseph in Hartford.
VATICAN CITY — After 20 years of restoration work and millions in funding from benefactors worldwide, the unveiling of the Pontifical Sanctuary of the Holy Stairs in Rome was supposed to be a grand, celebratory moment slated for this spring, in time for Holy Week and Easter.
John Harrison Williams, 90, a member of St. Jude Church in Jacksonville, died Sept. 18. He is survived by …
When Isaac Pohlmeier takes the line for any race, he doesn’t go through any personal rituals, ponder any Scripture or have a pre-start prayer other than what he and his teammates at St. Joseph School in Fayetteville share with their coach. (Sports)
St. Joseph School in Conway competed in the Oct. 13 Rattler Run in Magazine where both the junior and senior boys took first place in the small school team scoring. (Sports briefs)
Q. Pope Francis set up a commission to study the feasibility of permitting women to become permanent deacons. Has that commission made a recommendation to the pope, and where does the matter lie now? (Question Corner, Seeds of Faith)
Let’s get one thing straight, youngsters: 2020 is not the end of the world. (Columns)
Oct. 8 was the anniversary of a fire. (Guest commentary)
Presidential election seasons are always divisive. Adding a pandemic and racial injustice, this election is making people even more bitter and angry. (Editorial)
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