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Feliz Navidad

Friday, Dec. 24, 2010

Nuestra mundo es embelesan con poder en la medida en que naciones e individuos frecuentemente se encierran en fuertes luchas para hacer su voluntad. Las naciones utilizan el poder militar para lograr sus objetivos aún cuando, como en la península de Corea, amenazen la estabilidad del mundo entero. Los partidos políticos utilizan el poder de la comunicación, especialmente el del internet, mientras compiten por el control en el gobierno. Y más y más, los candidatos con dinero utilizan el poder de este para ser elegidos. Las corporaciones utilizan su riqueza y prestigio para influenciar la opinión pública y últimamente para lograr ganancias. Aún en escalas menores, vemos el uso del poder para controlar, manipular o influenciar en los hogares, en los centros recreativos, en los lugares de trabajo, evidenciándose en violencia doméstica, en el maltrato o intimidación en las escuelas y en las prácticas despiadadas para alcanzar una promoción. Sin lugar a dudas, nuestro mundo está cons-tantemente atrapado en luchas de poder que dejan marcas en los rostros de innumerables millones así como en el rostro del mundo.

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Sister Virgene Marx is remembered

Friday, Dec. 24, 2010

OGDEN — The Benedictine Sisters and friends assembled to honor and remember Benedictine Sister Virgene Marx at a Memorial Mass at Mount Benedict Monastery in Ogden Dec. 16. Sr. Virgene (Cecilia) Marx, 88, died at Saint Scholastica Convent Nov. 1, 2010.

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Parlez du Cafe

Friday, Dec. 24, 2010

In this Intermountain Catholic column, we present informal news of parishioners. To submit items, email to icnews@icatholic.org with Parlez in the subject line, or mail to 27 C St., Salt Lake City, UT 84047. There is no cost for an item.

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Obituaries

Friday, Dec. 24, 2010

Obituaries may be submitted to the Intermountain Catholic at icnews@icatholic.org. There is no charge for this service. Please click the >>> tab to view the obituaries.

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DREAM Act doesn't pass; bishops vow to continue their pursuit of comprehensive immigration reform

Friday, Dec. 24, 2010

SALT LAKE CITY — One week before Christmas, the U.S. Senate failed to pass the DREAM Act, despite more than 30,000 messages and letters from Catholics and urging by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops to "do the right thing" and create a path to citizenship for young people brought to this country by their undocumented parents.

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Deliver us from every evil and grant us peace

Friday, Dec. 24, 2010

For the last several weeks, we have been exploring the different parts of the Eucharistic Prayer. In this article, we move to the next section of the Eucharistic liturgy, which is the Communion Rite. The Communion Rites consists of the Lord’s Prayer, the Rite of Peace, the Fraction, and the reception of Communion.

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Saint Florence Mission is active with Advent projects

Friday, Dec. 24, 2010

HUNTSVILLE — The St. Florence community assembled for Mass prior to an Advent Wrap-up party Dec. 10. Each family was asked to bring two dozen or more baked goods that were distributed to the monks at the monastery, shut-ins and elderly, people on prayer lists, those who have struggled throughout the year and neighbors.

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Huntsville has first Catholic mayor in its history

Friday, Dec. 24, 2010
HUNTSVILLE – Jim Truett, a member of Saint Florence Mission, is in his first term as the mayor of Huntsville and is the first Catholic the town has ever elected. >>>

Liturgical conference to focus on changes to Roman Missal

Friday, Dec. 24, 2010

SALT LAKE CITY – The Southwest Liturgical Conference Study Week – the oldest continuous regional event of its kind in the United States – will be held in Salt Lake City in February, giving Utah Catholics a chance to "come together to pray, to sing, and to give thanks," according to the Most Rev. John C. Wester, bishop of Salt Lake City.

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Christmas wishes take new meaning at shelters

Friday, Dec. 24, 2010

KAYSVILLE/WEST JORDAN — Christmas is almost here. For many people this time of year might be translated into celebration, family and friend gatherings, gifts, peace, love, sharing, joy… but not everyone lives the season the same. For many women, men and children, this Christmas will be spent away from an abusive home. Different domestic violence organizations across Utah will try to provide the best environment this season for their residents.

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