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Karen Joy Mayes-Carlson

Friday, Sep. 02, 2011
Karen Joy Mayes-Carlson died Aug. 31, 2011. >>>

Msgr. Fitzgerald honored with inaugural Yves Congar award

Friday, Sep. 02, 2011

SALT LAKE CITY — The Most Rev. J. Terrence Fitzgerald, vicar general emeritus of the Diocese of Salt Lake City, was presented with the first Yves Congar award for the promotion of laity in the mission of the Catholic Church.

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Sisters of St. Benedict celebrate 65 years in Ogden

Friday, Sep. 02, 2011
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Archbishop Niederauer has double-bypass heart surgery

Friday, Sep. 02, 2011

SAN FRANCISCO (CNS) -- Archbishop George H. Niederauer of San Francisco was "doing well" in the intensive care unit at Long Beach Memorial Hospital Aug. 29 after undergoing successful cardiac double-bypass surgery, the archdiocese reported.

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The Orphanage: Caring for the Kids

Friday, Sep. 02, 2011
Although he was the son of poor Irish immigrants and possessed only a grammar school education, Thomas Kearns became one of Utah’s wealthiest and most influential public figures. Like many of Utah’s earliest millionaires, Kearns made his fortune from the territory’s rich silver deposits. >>>

Pete looking over Saint Vincent de Paul

Friday, Sep. 02, 2011

SALT LAKE CITY — Father Thomas Kaiser, who served as associate pastor at Saint Vincent de Paul Parish prior to his death in 2008, was fondly remembered Aug. 28 during a dedication ceremony for a statue depicting his guardian angel, Pete, shown at left.

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The Process of Canonization of Saints: Part III

Friday, Sep. 02, 2011

The recent beatification of Pope John Paul II and the opening of the cause for sainthood, on a diocesan level, of Cora Louisa Yorgason Evans, a native of Utah, gives us the opportunity to present a summary of the process of canonization according to the current Code of Canon Law and the particular pontifical laws regulating this type of procedures

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Labor Day is a chance to reflect on Catholic social teaching

Friday, Sep. 02, 2011
Most of us enjoy the three-day weekend supplied by Labor Day, a holiday established by the labor movement to celebrate American workers. And yet, the movement that gave us the holiday seems to have lost favor in state governments across the nation. >>>

Utahns experience World Youth Day: Mary, Kayelyn and Meagan Tolbert

Friday, Sep. 02, 2011

TAYLORSVILLE — Mary Tolbert, director of religious education at Saint Martin de Porres Parish in Taylorsville, originally agreed to attend World Youth Day as a chaperone for a group from her congregation. When that plan fell through, she decided to attend anyway with her daughters, Kayelyn and Meagan, who both teach religious education classes at the parish.

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Utahns experience World Youth Day: Will Howard

Friday, Sep. 02, 2011

SALT LAKE CITY — Will Howard feels incredibly blessed by his experience at World Youth Day and hopes his faith will continue to grow. World Youth Day was held Aug. 16 to 21 in Madrid, Spain.

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