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Year of Mercy Reflection

Friday, Apr. 22, 2016
Mercy. We’ve all been hearing this word these past couple of months, and it might seem that we’ve been so overwhelmed with talk of God’s mercy that we think to ourselves, “Oh, Father’s talking about that ‘mercy’ thing again.” At least, that’s how I’ve felt at times during the year, but when I looked closer at what mercy means and came to understand how it applies in my life, I realized how incredible this “mercy” thing truly is. >>>

Hospital groundbreaking ceremony in Sandy comes full circle with Blessed Sacrament Parish pastors

Friday, Apr. 22, 2016
 Many years ago when the late Monsignor Robert C. Pollock was the founding pastor of Blessed Sacrament School, he started a long-lasting relationship with Sandy City, which led him to give the invocation at the groundbreaking of Alta View Hospital in Sandy. >>>

Reflexión por el Aņo de la Misericordia

Friday, Apr. 22, 2016
Misericordia. Durante los últimos meses todos hemos escuchado esa palabra, y podría ser que nos sentimos abrumados con las pláticas sobre la Misericordia de Dios que podríamos pensar “Oh Dios, esa plática de la ‘misericordia’ una vez más”. A veces en ocasiones, es así como me he sentido en el último año, pero cuando me acerco al verdadero significado de la misericordia entiendo como esta aplica en mi vida y me doy cuenta de lo que la ‘Misericordia’ en verdad es maravillosa. >>>

Saints and Sinners

Friday, Apr. 22, 2016
Back in 1997 I was assigned to cover a story about the Día de Muertos celebration at the high school in the city where I worked. The students had filled the gymnasium with altars memorializing not only family and friends but also famous people. I was surprised to see half a dozen honoring Diana, Princess of Wales; another was in memory of Blessed Mother Teresa of Kolkata – both women had died a just a few months earlier. >>>

Por un suspiro

Friday, Apr. 22, 2016
La Catedral de la Magdalena fue una de las dos finalistas en la ronda final de la competencia en medios sociales de ArtandLiturgy.com ‘Church Madness: National Churchpionship” . La competencia comenzó con concursos regionales; en la región del Oeste la Catedral de la Magdalena le ganó a la Iglesia de Holy Ghost en Denver y a la Basílica de San Juan Cipriano en California. En la semifinal compitió en contra de la Catedral de Most Blessed Sacrament en Hanceville, Ala. De ahí la Catedral de la Magdalena pasó a competir en contra de la Iglesia de St. John Cantius en Chicago. La Arquidiócesis de Chicago cuenta con 2.4 millones de Católicos mientras que la diócesis de Salt Lake City tiene cerca de 300,000 Católicos. La competencia logró un total de 16,363 votos. La Catedral de la Magdalena perdió por tan solo 181 votos. St. John the Cantius publicó una nota en el Facebook que se lee: “Un gran agradecimiento a los Católicos de la Diócesis de Salt Lake City y a la Catedral de la Magdalena por tan maravillosa competencia en el ¡#ChurchMadness 2016! Fue un momento muy divertido y fascinante en cada momento. Son unos muy dignos competidores  y se merecen ser reconocidos por haber logrado tantos votos y por su alcance en los medios (inclusive en televisión). Muchas felicidades por su segundo lugar. Aquí siempre son bienvenidos”. 
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Q & A on Pope Francis' exhortation on family

Friday, Apr. 22, 2016
Q. What was the origin of the Papal Exhortation on the Family promulgated on April 8 of this year?
A. In October 2014 and October 2015, Pope Francis convened the Synod of Bishops, a representative body of bishops from around the world, to address the question of how the Church can best minister to contemporary family life. The result was a document titled “On Love in the Family” (OLF), which represented the consensus of the bishops – as well as the thought of the pope himself.
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Around the Diocese

Friday, Apr. 22, 2016
Email items for this listing to atd@icatholic.org. >>>

Floyd 'Skip' Dyer

Friday, Apr. 22, 2016
Floyd “Skip” Dyer

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Gilbert Cordova named 2016 UHSAA Super Fan

Friday, Apr. 22, 2016
Gilbert Cordova, Judge Memorial Catholic High School Class of 1956, has been named the 2015-2016 “Super Fan” by the Utah High School Activities Association. >>>

Saint Joseph Elementary hosts STEM night for community

Friday, Apr. 22, 2016
 Saint Joseph Elementary School opened its doors to the community recently for an evening to promote the importance of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education in the 21st century.  >>>
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