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Bishop Niederauer celebrates final Cathedral Mass as head of Salt Lake See

Friday, Feb. 10, 2006
SALT LAKE CITY — Archbishop-designate George Niederauer’s last Mass as apostolic administrator of the Diocese of Salt Lake City Feb. 5 in the Cathedral of the Madeleine was a glorious celebration. Organ and brass instruments under the direction of Gregory Glenn, director of liturgy and music for the Cathedral, blended with voices of the Madeleine Choir and the choristers of the Madeleine Choir School in the music of Giovanni Gabrieli’s Missa à 12. >>>

Priests offer Bishop Niederauer a fond farewell

Friday, Feb. 10, 2006
SALT LAKE CITY — When Msgr. Robert R. Servatius, pastor of Blessed Sacrament Parish, Sandy, and president of the Diocesan Presbyteral Council (priests’ council), stood to begin his farewell speech for Archbishop-designate George Niederauer Feb. 3 at the Alta Club in Salt Lake City, he began with, "I would like to welcome all of you to the kick-off of the 2006 Diocesan Development Drive." >>>

Brian Mullahy receives Volunteer of the Year award

Friday, Feb. 10, 2006

SALT LAKE CITY — Brian Mullahy, KUTV Channel 2 news anchor/reporter, was honored with the Volunteer of the Year Award by the Catholic Ministry for the Incarcerated Adult and Youth at an awards banquet Jan. 20. Mullahy is a member of St. Vincent de Paul Parish.

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Father Richard Rohr brings insights to Aquinas Lecture

Friday, Feb. 03, 2006

SALT LAKE CITY — "Catholics have something valuable to share with others in the world around us," Franciscan Father Richard Rohr said. "We have the incarnation; everything in God. It is redemption, it is concrete, and we meet it every day."

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The people of Utah say goodbye to Bishop George Niederauer

Friday, Feb. 03, 2006
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A 'scientist of faith' is honored with BYU award

Friday, Feb. 03, 2006
SALT LAKE CITY — Dr. Juliana Boerio-Goates was tidying up after the Jan. 21 Diocesan Pastoral Council (DPC) meeting at St. Ann Catholic Church. As president of the council, she presided over the last meeting and, with Bishop-designate George Niederauer, for whom the council served as an advisory body, Boerio-Goates officially disbanded the council. With grace befitting a woman who always seems to know the right thing to say, she presented Bishop Niederauer with a gift and bid council members farewell. >>>

'What We've Accomplished Together' brings leadership together for 40th anniversary of DDD

Friday, Feb. 03, 2006

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.

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Pro-life group gathers to pray for unborn children

Friday, Feb. 03, 2006

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.

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'Concert of Hope' is a celebration of God's love

Friday, Feb. 03, 2006

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.

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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. >>>
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