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Father Abdallah Zaidan from Our Lady of Mount Lebanon in Los Angeles will lead the Evening Prayer during the Feb. 9 celebration at Saint Jude Maronite Church. After the ceremony he will share a message about the Synod of Bishops in Rome, where the presence of Christians in the Middle East was discussed. Fr. Abdallah attended the Synod in Rome this past year.>>>
SALT LAKE CITY — As the Most Rev. Lawrence Scanlan, then bishop of Salt Lake City, planned the design of the Cathedral of the Madeleine, he envisioned three of the building’s sides with five windows each, representing the mysteries of the rosary. In the west nave were the joyful mysteries, in the apse (north) were the sorrowful mysteries, and in the east nave were the glorious mysteries. The joyful and glorious mysteries are depicted in order, from left to right, just as one says the rosary. The sorrowful mysteries, though, had to be slightly rearranged so that the Crucifixion, the culmination of the Passion drama, would be situated in the center over the main altar, rather than on the far right, where it appears on the rosary. Thus, the order from left to right was the Agony in the Garden, the Scourging at the Pillar, the Crucifixion, the Crowning With Thorns, and the Carrying of the Cross.>>>
RICHFIELD — Some of the teens at St. Elizabeth’s Parish in Richfield and St. Jude’s Mission in Ephraim have been participating in the "Theology of the Body for Teens" program over the past several months in their respective communities. One of the recent sessions was particularly interesting in illustrating an insight most of us probably already have, but perhaps have not given much further thought.>>>
DRAPER — Juan Diego Catholic High School will host the Utah State Steel Drum Festival, a multi-school competition featuring Caribbean-style steel drums, Feb. 12.>>>
SALT LAKE CITY — La Oficina de Mi-nisterio Hispano de la Diócesis Católica de Salt Lake City en conjunto con el Instituto Congar han creado un plan de formación de líderes para responder a las necesidades de esta diócesis, el resultado es el programa de Ministros Laicos en español (LEM por sus siglas ingles)., llamado Emaús.>>>
SALT LAKE CITY –The Hispanic Ministry Office of the Salt Lake City Catholic Diocese, together with the Congar Institute for Ministry Development, has created a plan to respond to the needs of the Hispanic community.>>>
SALT LAKE CITY — M. Diane Cressman and her husband, John, had a houseful of children and little, sometimes no money. They lived in a small house on Topsail Island, N.C., and much of their time was spent finding something to eat. John was jobless. No matter where he applied, he was either turned down or the job didn’t last.>>>