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USCCB president visits Salt Lake City to strengthen relationships with LDS leaders

Friday, May. 13, 2016
The Most Rev. Joseph E. Kurtz, president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, was in Salt Lake City May 4 at the invitation of leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. >>>

Bishop Duane G. Hunt Takes on World War II

Friday, May. 13, 2016
Most historians would consider weekly parish bulletins as pretty ephemeral and of little value as historical sources. I’m finding, though, that the Cathedral of the Madeleine bulletins, carefully collected and bound into volumes by Bishops Duane G. Hunt and Joseph L. Federal from 1937 to 1980, sometimes contain significant information. Mostly this is because the Cathedral is the bishop’s church, and its bulletins contain inserts that they sent to the parishes or announcements that they intended to be read from the pulpit for the instruction of all Utah Catholics.  This was particularly true as the Church attempted to cope with the dreadful crisis of World War II. >>>

Joining in community to pray with the nation

Friday, May. 13, 2016
As in past years, the Catholic Diocese of Salt Lake City joined Utah’s ecumenical community at the National Day of Prayer Community Leadership Breakfast held May 5 at the Red Lion Hotel in Salt Lake City. Father Langes Silva, the diocesan judicial vicar, offered the morning prayer at the event. Representing the diocese at the breakfast were (from left) Dominican Father Peter Hannah, associate pastor of St. Catherine of Siena Newman Center; Anne Boyer, president of the Diocesan Pastoral Council; Susan Dennin, diocesan director of communications; Fr. Silva; Ruth Dillon, director of liturgy; Jean Hill, government liaison; and Susan Northway, director of religious education.  


Empty Bowls

Friday, May. 13, 2016
Bryan and Christine Romero were among those who visited the St. Vincent de Paul Dining Hall in Salt Lake City on May 7 for the Empty Bowls annual fundraiser. The bowls are made and donated by artists from Clay Arts Utah. Those participating in the event purchase the bowls for $20; all proceeds from the event go to the dining hall, said Dennis Kelsch, Catholic Community Services Director of Homeless Services. For the past two years, larger bowls also have been available for a higher price. The fundraiser helps pay salaries and purchase supplies for the dining hall; all food is donated. “Last year we took in more than we’ve ever taken in before [during Empty Bowls], so hopefully we can match or surpass last year,” Kelsch said during the event, adding that the number of people at the event seemed about the same  for the two years.


Molly Dumas retires from Juan Diego CHS after 30 years with Utah Catholic Schools

Friday, May. 13, 2016
Molly Dumas, Juan Diego Catholic High School public information officer and advancement director, will retire June 30.
Dumas was “a tireless advocate for all Catholic schools in the Diocese of Salt Lake for over 30 years,” said Dr. Galey Colosimo, Juan Diego principal. “As advancement director, Molly assisted in shaping the image of the school well before the first shovel of dirt was turned to erect the building. She has continued in this endeavor, helping the school market, recruit and raise funds for program development. Molly’s creativity and hard work branded Juan Diego as a powerful educational institution among all parochial and private schools in Utah. We thank her for her years of service and fidelity to the mission of Catholic education.”

Unlocking the poets within

Friday, May. 13, 2016
To commemorate National Poetry Month in April, students in grades 3-5 at Our Lady of Lourdes School delved into poetry, discovering that poetry is more interesting and fun than they had thought. >>>

Salt Lake City Newman Center celebrates baccalaureate Mass for graduating seniors

Friday, May. 13, 2016
 Catholic students of the Class of 2016 from the University of Utah, Westminster College and Salt Lake City Community College were honored with a baccalaureate Mass at St. Catherine of Siena Newman Center on May 1. >>>

Convention celebrates contributions of Utah's Knights

Friday, May. 13, 2016
Knights of Columbus from throughout Utah gathered May 7-8 for the annual convention for fellowship, education and to celebrate their achievements. >>>

2016 Knights of Columbus awards

Friday, May. 13, 2016
Each year, the Knights of Columbus Utah State Council presents awards for outstanding projects undertaken by councils throughout the state, as well as bestowing college scholarships and recognizing an exemplary family and individual Knight. A list of this year’s recipients follows. 
Utah Knights of Columbus and the Columbia Society scholarships: Rachel Payne and Madison Lopez
To Be a Patriot Award: Fr. Escalante Assembly 1146, serving St. Francis of Assisi, St. Peter and San Andres parishes in Utah County
Culture of Life Award: “Baby Bottle Campaign,” St. Olaf Council 5502, Bountiful
Council Activity Award: “Friday Night Bingo,” Bishop Hunt Council 5214, St. Francis Xavier Parish, Kearns
Youth Activity Award: “Focus on Youth,” St. Thomas More Council 11479,  Sandy
Family Activity Award: “Furnace for a Family in Need,” Mother Teresa of Calcutta Council 12181, St. John the Baptist Parish, Draper
Community Activity Award: “Holiday Food Baskets,” Bishop Hunt Council 5214, St. Francis Xavier Parish, Kearns
Church Activity Award: “St. Christopher Church Remodel,” Fr. Joseph Valine Council 11246, Cedar City
Family of the Year: the Dan and Ginny Foslid family of St. Thomas More Council 11479, Sandy
Knight of the Year: David Loftus, Mother Teresa of Calcutta Council 12181, St. John the Baptist Parish, Draper


Reflexión por el Aņo de la Misericordia

Friday, May. 13, 2016
Reflexión por el Año de la Misericordia >>>
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