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Parlez du Cafe

Friday, Jan. 28, 2011

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Deacon Robert J. Quintana

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John Ivers, Sr.

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Robert James Martinez

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Anthony Capitano

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Invest in the future of the Church and a child

Friday, Jan. 28, 2011

A few vital statistics point to the value of a Utah Catholic School education: 97 percent of students who graduate from Judge Memorial, Saint Joseph or Juan Diego Catholic high schools go on to college, receiving $22 million in scholarship money. As they mature and start families of their own, they also are more likely to become active members of their parish, studies show.

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Lord, I am not worthy

Friday, Jan. 28, 2011

Our discussion of the Communion Rite continues with preparation for and reception of Holy Communion.

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Bishop Wester takes on Atticus, Scout and Jem

Friday, Jan. 28, 2011
 Fifty years ago, Harper Lee published "To Kill a Mockingbird," a tale of a girl whose lawyer father defends a Black man accused of raping a white girl in the pre-Civil Rights South.

"It’s a timeless book," said the Most Rev. John C. Wester, bishop of Salt Lake City. "It’s something for the ages because it speaks to the heart of being a human being, and the way God calls us to live in community."

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Former Division I college coach takes reins of Saint Joseph High School girls' basketball team

Friday, Jan. 28, 2011
 

OGDEN — After Saint Joseph Catholic High School Hall of Fame coach and alumni Rick Stockel left the school to take a position at Weber High School last year, many were wondering what would happen to the girls’ basketball program.

The answer came three months later when former college coach Joe Cravens decided to take over the girls’ program, said Alex Salvo, Saint Joseph athletic director.

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Student's science fair project garners national attention

Friday, Jan. 28, 2011
KEARNS — Manny Condas discovered something unusual about the blood types of his family members while conducting his science fair project, and the results were of interest to the National Institute of Health (NIH).

Condas, a seventh-grader at Saint Francis Xavier Catholic School, came up with the idea for his project by visiting his mother at the Intermountain Medical Center Transfusion Service, where she works.

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