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SANDY — "What We’ve Accomplished Together" is the name of a DVD making appearances at a Catholic parish near you. The celebratory production for the 40th anniversary of the Diocesan Development Drive (DDD) was produced by Diocesan Vicar General Msgr. J. Terrence Fitzgerald, written by DDD Director Shannon Lee, and filmed and edited by Cris Paulsen. With an archival interview with the late Bishop Joseph Lennox Federal, founder of the DDD in 1966, and interviews with Bishop William K. Weigand of Sacramento, Calif., the Diocese of Salt Lake City’s seventh bishop, and Archbishop-designate George Niederauer of San Francisco, Calif., our eighth bishop, "What We’ve Accomplished Together" is a valuable historical tool tracing not only the history of the annual fund drive that supports the bishop’s ministries, but a dramatic look at the last 60 years of diocesan history.>>>
SALT LAKE CITY — A large pro-life group of people from throughout the Diocese of Salt Lake City gathered Jan. 22, at the Monument for Unborn Children in Mount Calvary Catholic Cemetery to pray the rosary for unborn and aborted babies.>>>
SALT LAKE CITY — The Watoto Children’s Choir from the East African nation of Uganda tugged at the heartstrings of students and their parents at Kearns-St. Ann School Jan. 24, as they sang and danced with high energy, enthusiasm, and big smiles.>>>
"Dear Bishop Niederauer,
"Congratulations on your recent appointment to the Archdiocese of San Francisco. It has been a pleasure to work with you to secure the future of the Catholic Church in Utah. The endowments have more than tripled during your 11 years as chairman of the Catholic Foundation of Utah. We are going to miss your wit and wisdom at our Catholic Foundation of Utah (CFU) meetings and we wish you success in San Francisco."
Pieter I. Scholte>>>
When a prominent leader moves on, the question often asked is what will be their legacy. For anyone who has read the newspaper editorials, listened to radio and television commentaries, or ever made the acquaintance of Bishop George Niederauer, the legacy is clear: He invested in individuals and in the community. In the past 11 years, he shook more hands and addressed more congregations than most Utahns of recent memory.>>>