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A Pilgrimage to Our Catholic Roots

Friday, Nov. 02, 2007
MOAB — Members of the St. Pius X Parish (Moab) and St. Joseph Parish (Monticello) Confirmation classes embarked on a four-day pilgrimage in early October to holy sites in New Mexico. >>>

'Veinticinco aņos y 14 meses de planeación' culminan con el feliz inicio de las excavaciones para nueva iglesia

Friday, Nov. 02, 2007
SOUTH OGDEN – No pudo haberse escogido una tarde mas hermosa para el tan esperado inicio de las excavaciones para la nueva Iglesia Católica de la Sagrada Familia (Holy Family Church) en South Ogden. >>>

Catholic Woman's League holds 'Sunflower Seranade'

Friday, Nov. 02, 2007

SALT LAKE CITY — Women of the Diocese of Salt Lake City gathered Oct. 20 at Little American Hotel, Salt Lake City, to recognize and support two organizations; the Ladies of Charity of the Diocese of Salt Lake City, and Birthright of Ogden.

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Spirituality and laughter are shared at teen social

Friday, Nov. 02, 2007

DRAPER — The Autumn Catholic Teen Social (ACTS) was filled with laughter, joy, spirituality, and fun, as teens from throughout the Diocese of Salt Lake City met at Juan Diego Catholic High School Oct. 21.

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'Our mission to the Holy Land is support of Christians'

Friday, Nov. 02, 2007

TUCSON, Ariz. — The Holy Land of Israel is considered sacred by the three largest monotheistic faiths – Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, but as tensions continually rise there, the smallest community of the three, the Christian Community, many of them Palestinians, suffers from the violence and oppression as much as the two larger communities.

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Gov. Huntsman, many legislators speak out in favor of private school vouchers

Friday, Oct. 26, 2007

SALT LAKE CITY — The lobby of the west building of the Utah State Capitol was packed with journalists, legislators, and lobbyists Oct. 17. Leaders of the pro-private school voucher forces spoke in a press conference about why they hope Utahns will vote for Referendum One, House Bill 148, which will provide education vouchers for students to apply to tuition in private schools, sectarian or secular.

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Bishop Wester reflects on Referendum 1: Private School Vouchers

Friday, Oct. 26, 2007

SALT LAKE CITY — "It is unfortunate that people have gone to such extremes on both sides of Referendum 1 ("The Parent Choice in Education Act"), Bishop John C. Wester of the Diocese of Salt Lake City said in an Oct. 18 interview with the Intermountain Catholic. "After a rational review of the issues, in my view, it is a win-win referendum."

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St. Rose of Lima's Bobbi Hunt named president

Friday, Oct. 26, 2007

LAYTON — Roberta (Bobbi) Hunt decided long ago she wouldn’t take herself too seriously. So when on Sept. 22 she was elected president of the National Council of Catholic Women (NCCW), the organization with which the Diocesan Council of Catholic Women is affiliated, she told the membership, "When I was mid-wife to a pig, I never dreamed I would eventually serve as president of the NCCW."

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St. Marguerite School students welcome Bishop Wester

Friday, Oct. 26, 2007

TOOELE — Like the little train that thought it could, St. Marguerite Elementary School is chugging along against all odds. What began as pre-kindertarten classes held in Janet Barbiero’s basement now has classes for pre-kindergarten classes, all day kindergarten, and grades one through three.

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?Moondance Alexander' a fine film for young people

Friday, Oct. 26, 2007

SALT LAKE CITY — We don’t see many well made films for young people these days, what with slashers, car chases, and drug-addled story lines. A quiet little independent film directed by Michael Damien, "Moondance Alexander," is a much-needed exception to today’s fare.

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