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  • WATCH: Seminary tells its story; donors respond

    A dark wall isn’t usually encouraging. But when 140 black-clad students from Mount Angel Seminary stood shoulder-to-shoulder to sing on Nov. 5, the crowd at the Oregon Convention Center was thrilled.

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  • WATCH: The new face of environmentalism

    One is a Republican, a retired Army colonel. The other is a political independent who has worked as a broadcast journalist and development director. Both are staunchly Catholic and both represent a new look for the environmental movement.

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  • O’Hara students raise funds
    EUGENE — O’Hara School students could wear jeans instead of their regular school uniforms one day this fall.

    The catch? The price was $1 per student.
  • It’s a win-win
    The deferred charitable annuity is the everyday earner’s answer to leaving a “Legacy of Faith” and ensuring a retirement nest egg.
Seminary benefit dinner 2017
A dark wall isn’t usually encouraging. But when 140 black-clad students from Mount Angel Seminary stood shoulder-to-shoulder to sing on Nov. 5, the crowd at the Oregon Convention Center was thrilled.
A century of All those Saints
All Saints Parish in Laurelhurst ended its centennial celebration with Mass and a brunch in honor of the communion of saints
The new face of the environmental movement
One is a Republican, a retired Army colonel. The other is a political independent who has worked as a broadcast journalist and development director. Both are staunchly Catholic and both represent a new look for the environmental movement.
Still a house of compassion
Villa St. Rose was a house of love and support for six decades — and still is, in different form.
Teddy Roosevelt visits Catholic school
The president visited Holy Family School in Southeast Portland last month. Didn't hear? Don't worry; this guy hasn't been in the Oval Office since 1909.
  • O death, where is thy victory?
    Most Rev. Alexander Sample
    “Death is swallowed up in victory. O death, where is thy victory? O death, where is thy sting? The sting of death is sin, and the power of sin is the law. But thanks be to God, who has given us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ.” (1 Corinthians 15: 54-57)
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