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Pope Francis and hell/ Divorced, remarried sponsor for confirmation?

What Pope Francis said about hell/ can a divorced and remarried Catholic be a confirmation sponsor

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2016 – 2017 Annual Report for the Diocese of St. Cloud, Minnesota

Thank you! I am very thankful for your generous support of our diocese’s ministries. Your gifts help to promote the dignity of human life, foster vocations, evangelize our youth, nurture families, welcome the stranger and heal the wounded. They help us to accomplish our mission to be Christ’s heart of mercy, voice of hope and […]

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High school students offer important witness on gun issue

High school students marching for changes, calling for tighter gun laws in the United States. High school students working for changes that their elders have been unable or unwilling to bring about.

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Pacem in Terris: 30 years of creating sacred space to be alone with God

At the retreat center called Pacem in Terris, which means “Peace on Earth,” guests spend time alone with God, following Christ’s example of finding a place where he could be alone to pray.

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Sports gambling: Leave the money on the table

In the coming weeks, the U.S. Supreme Court may loosen federal restrictions on sports gambling. As a result, many states have proactively drafted bills that would create regulated sports gambling industries at the state level — Minnesota included.

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The art of slow living: When calligraphy becomes prayer

Erica Tighe was 26 when she made the leap: She would set out on her own to be a calligrapher. Full time.

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