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J.E. Cosgriff students take TGIF – fun classes each Friday

Friday, Feb. 03, 2006
SALT LAKE CITY — How many people think "Thank God it’s Friday"? At Cosgriff School in January the letters TGIF means more than just thanking God for Friday. When I first began working at Cosgriff school 10 years ago, I noticed on the school calendar that every Friday in January had the letters TGIF written on it. Puzzled, I began to ask if the staff had meetings at the restaurant TGI Friday’s. After a laugh, I was told this is a fun program the school instituted years before to give the students a time to learn a new craft, participate in an activity they otherwise wouldn’t be able to participate in; simply have a little fun on a Friday afternoon in January. >>>

The bishop has been everything for us

Friday, Feb. 03, 2006
OGDEN — "What can you say about Archbishop-designate George Niederauer, who has been everything for us?" said Benedictine Sister Danile Knight, director of Our Lady of the Mountains Retreat House. "He is personable, a very deeply spiritual man, and an intellectual person. He can associate with anyone he meets and feel comfortable with them. Yet, you do not feel small. He always makes you feel welcome. >>>

The Action of Grace

Friday, Feb. 03, 2006
SALT LAKE CITY — Flannery O’Connor, one of Bishop George Niederauer’s favorite authors and the focus of his graduate degrees in American Literature, once said, "All my stories are about the action of grace on a character." When these words were first spoken, O’Connor had no idea she was describing the last 11 years in the Catholic Diocese of Utah under the pastoral leadership of Bishop Niederauer. >>>

Archbishop George H. Niederauer: In a Nutshell

Friday, Feb. 03, 2006
Ordained to the priesthood: April 30, 1962, for the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, California >>>

Catholic Foundation of Utah honors Bishop Niederauer

Friday, Feb. 03, 2006

"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

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Vicar General cites trust, communications as gifts

Friday, Feb. 03, 2006

Vicar General

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.

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One of archbishop's passions: A good bridge game

Friday, Feb. 03, 2006
SALT LAKE CITY — Time flies when you’re having fun! It has been 10 years since Msgr. George Davich organized "Bishop’s Bridge." We were truly honored to be included, but at the same time a little nervous. However, after the first meeting the nervousness retreated. >>>

Archbishop George Niederauer: A Christian Gentleman

Friday, Feb. 03, 2006
During the more than ten years he served as Bishop of the Salt Lake City Diocese, the Most Reverend George Niederauer has won the respect and admiration of Utahns from every walk of life, Catholics and non-Catholics alike. Now, as he moves on to assume even more challenging responsibilities as Archbishop of the San Francisco Archdiocese, it is appropriate that we pause for a moment to chronicle, albeit incompletely, some of the characteristics of an unusually talented, able, and genuinely good man. >>>

Vietnamese Community recalls first and last visits

Friday, Feb. 03, 2006
KEARNS – On Jan. 28, 1995, Bishop George Niederauer made his first pastoral visit to a parish three days after his ordination as eighth bishop of the Diocese of Salt Lake City. He pulled up in front of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Vietnamese Church to help the growing population there celebrate the Vietnamese New Year. It was the year of the rat, and the new bishop had brought the pastor, Father Dominic Thuy Dang Ha a gift – a wooden box that, when the top was slid open, a rubber rat jumped out. >>>

Blue Army sends prayers to Archbishop-designate

Friday, Feb. 03, 2006
HUNTSVILLE — Bishop Niederauer is the founding Bishop of the World Apostolate of Fatima in Utah. We take great pleasure in congratulating you on your appointment as the Archbishop of San Francisco and take this opportunity to send our prayers and best wishes for you now and in the future. We have all benefited from your leadership in our diocese, as you have been a great shepherd for us. We are a bit melancholy about having to let go of you, but we cannot be selfish. God obviously has greater plans for you. >>>
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