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In light of abuse case CHRISTUS St. Joseph Villa calls for better communication about applicants

Friday, Jul. 27, 2007

SALT LAKE CITY — CHRISTUS St. Joseph Villa, it’s residents, staff, and families are still reeling at news of the arrest of Certified Nursing Aide Jacob M. Bolith, 30, who allegedly abused and raped an unidentified Villa resident in early July.

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Boys and Girls State trains in democratic process

Friday, Jul. 27, 2007

DRAPER — "I feel more qualified to vote next year now that I have attended Girls State," said Kelly John. "I have always been interested in politics, and I found Girls State to be the perfect opportunity to learn more about our government."

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St. Christopher Church, Kanab, marks 50 years

Friday, Jul. 27, 2007

KANAB — The Catholics who call St. Christopher Church in Kanab are hearty and faithful. They came in families of two, three, and four generations to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the dedication of their church.

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Catholic Charities U.S.A. director touts collaboration

Friday, Jul. 27, 2007

SALT LAKE CITY — Father Larry Snyder, a priest from the archdiocese of Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn., and executive director of Catholic Charities U.S.A., said he has always assumed he would spend his life as a parish priest. But he’d only been in a parish three years when he was tapped by his archdiocese to head their office of Catholic Charities. In an interview with the Intermountain Catholic July 12 just hours after the dedication of the new Catholic Community Services of Utah facility in Salt Lake City, Fr. Snyder said his "temporary" assignment to lead the local Catholic Charities office for a six-month trial period turned into a 15-year commitment during which he learned more about and became personally dedicated to the social mandate of the Gospel.

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Refugee Day brings memories to the surface

Friday, Jul. 27, 2007

SALT LAKE CITY — Many Rwandans felt trapped, abused, or even terrified while their families, friends, and neighbors were being attacked. The Rwandan Civil War began in 1994. Rwanda is one of the poorest and most crowded countries in Africa.

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Boy Scout earns Eagle award and leadership skills

Friday, Jul. 27, 2007

SALT LAKE CITY — Achieving the rank of an Eagle Scout carries with it a special significance, not only in scouting but also as young men enter higher education, business or industry, and community service. Eagle Scouts who join the military are given a one-rank advancement as soon as they enter.

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Louis Elifar Vega

Friday, Jul. 27, 2007

KEARNS — Louis Elifar Vega died June 22. He was a member of St. Francis Xavier Parish.

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Local pastor responds to Pope Benedict's motu propio

Friday, Jul. 13, 2007

SALT LAKE CITY — Although Pope Benedict XVI’s announcement this past Saturday regarding the use of the Tridentine Mass in Catholic worship does not take effect until Sept. 14, already several eyebrows have been raised and pulses quickened in the Diocese of Salt Lake City. Some will also remember, however, that the 1962 rite, which predates the Second Vatican Council, has been observed in this diocese in several instances during the last 20 years.

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Friday, Jul. 13, 2007
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CHRISTUS St. Joseph Villa celebrates 60 years

Friday, Jul. 13, 2007

SALT LAKE CITY — "Times have changed since the first days at CHRISTUS St. Joseph Villa," said Incarnate Word Sister Mary Stephen Guiry, who works in spiritual care at the Villa.

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