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Peter M. Rainaldi

Friday, Aug. 15, 2014
MAGNA — Peter Michael Rainaldi passed away July 28, 2014 after battling numerous serious illnesses for many years.  >>>

Flora Jean Reynolds

Friday, Aug. 15, 2014
SAINT GEORGE — Flora Jean Reynolds, 78, passed away Aug. 4, 2014.  >>>

Dan B. Fuehring

Friday, Aug. 15, 2014
SALT LAKE CITY — Dan B. Fuehring, 84, passed away on Aug. 3, 2014. >>>

Cathedral celebrates patron

Friday, Aug. 01, 2014
SALT LAKE CITY — Legend, myth and movies have created a deceitful popular image of Mary Magdalene, patroness of the Cathedral of the Madeleine: Many people identify her as the woman who washed Jesus’ feet with her tears and dried them with her hair, and as the woman  who was to be stoned for adultery. However, the Gospels never name these women, and there is no evidence that either was Mary Magdalene.  >>>

La catedral conmemora a su patrona

Friday, Aug. 01, 2014
Catedral de la Magdalena. Muchas personas la identifican como la mujer que lavo los pies de Jesús con sus lágrimas y como la mujer adúltera. Sin embargo, el Evangelio nuca da nombre a estas mujeres y no existe evidencia alguna que esta fuera María Magdalena.
El Evangelio si describe a María de Magdala – la ciudad en que ella vivió – como una mujer con siete demonios quitados de ella por Jesús. Los cuatro Evangelios también la ubican al pie de la Cruz. Fue ella la primera que vio la resurrección   de Cristo.
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Anonymous donation gives Good Samaritan Program funds for efficient equipment

Friday, Aug. 01, 2014
SALT LAKE CITY — The Good Samaritan Program received a $15,000 donation from an anonymous donor as a result of CentiMark’s annual food drive held July 6-12.  >>>

New cathedral organist gives recital

Friday, Aug. 01, 2014
SALT LAKE CITY — An organ recital by Dr. Gabriele Terrone was among the celebratory events honoring the Cathedral of the Madeleine’s Patronal Feast Day. >>>

Migrant children at the border deserve compassion

Friday, Aug. 01, 2014
Images of children sleeping under tarps on concrete floors should make us pause to consider what we mean when we say we believe in the dignity of all human beings. Stories of children being threatened with murder should spur us to consider what being pro-life truly means. The very idea that a young teenager would have to choose between a life lived in fear of being killed or fleeing to a foreign country thousands of miles and many cultural differences away should be a call to action for people who have heard the Gospel message to care for the widow, the orphan and the stranger. >>>

Los Ministerios de la Santa Cruz agradecen el servicio de la Hna. Verónica Fajardo

Friday, Aug. 01, 2014
 El último día de la Hermana Verónica Fajardo como parte del equipo de inmigración de los Ministerios de la Santa Cruz en Utah fue el 31 de julio >>>

Pastoral care was a struggle in the early years of Saint Joseph Parish in Monticello

Friday, Aug. 01, 2014
Monticello is getting a new church!  Thanks to a generous benefactor, ground was broken late last month, and a spirit of anticipation is in the air. That level of optimism was not always in evidence during the early 20th century as our bishops struggled to provide priests and ministries to the growing population of Catholics in that community, which was then very remote and difficult to access. >>>
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