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Joy and forgiveness were the topics of the 2014 diocesan Lenten retreat by Dominican Fr. Ott

Friday, Apr. 11, 2014
SALT LAKE CITY — The Most Reverend John C. Wester, Bishop of Salt Lake City, welcomed more than 350 parishioners from the Diocese of Salt Lake City to the Diocesan Lenten Retreat at Saint Vincent de Paul Catholic Church in Salt Lake City April 5. >>>

Retreat: Consecrating to Mary unites us with God's will

Friday, Apr. 11, 2014
WEST HAVEN — Saint Mary Catholic Church echoed with the sounds of silence during the third annual Militia Immaculata retreat on April 6. >>>

Catholic Home Missions Appeal is underway

Friday, Apr. 11, 2014
SALT LAKE CITY — The national Catholic Home Missions Appeal will be taken up the weekend of April 27. >>>

Siguiendo los pasos de quienes cruzan la frontera

Friday, Apr. 11, 2014
SALT LAKE CITY — Caminó por el desierto, pasó por las vías y por debajo de una malla de alambre, a través de un pequeño túnel de cemento. Vio objetos dejados en el camino por aquellos quienes habían pasado antes que él: chamarras y mochilas, botellas de agua y envolturas de comida. >>>

Retiro Diocesano de Cuaresma, tiempo de reflexión

Friday, Apr. 11, 2014
SALT LAKE CITY – Más de 250 feligreses hispanos se dieron cita para celebrar el retiro Diocesano de Cuaresma en el centro social de Saint Vincent de Paul. >>>

Parish accountant divides her life into three acts

Friday, Apr. 11, 2014
SALT LAKE CITY — After 15 years, Judi Belew, Saint Catherine Newman Center accountant, is going from Act II into the field of consulting to begin Act III of her life. Her last day will be April 15. >>>

Mass at San Nicola

Friday, Apr. 11, 2014
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The 'One-man Revolution:' Ammon Hennacy

Friday, Apr. 11, 2014
When Dorothy Day and Peter Maurin started the Catholic Worker movement in New York City in 1933 at the depth of the Great Depression, they did so in the belief that Christianity offered a more profound – and much more radical – diagnosis of the human condition than did the Leftist ideologies of Communism, anarchism and labor radicalism that were prevalent at the time. What was needed, they argued, was not reform or even replacement of corrupt institutions, but rather the redemption of corrupt persons: not an improved social, economic or political order, but a new man. Accordingly, while they began ameliorative measures like soup kitchens and homeless shelters and often went to jail for participating in strikes and anti-war demonstrations, they also practiced an intense Catholicism. Often with the zeal of new converts, they attended daily Mass, said the rosary and breviary daily, and went to confession weekly. >>>

Diocese of Salt Lake City Holy Week Schedule

Friday, Apr. 11, 2014
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Honoring scouts

Friday, Apr. 11, 2014
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