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SALT LAKE CITY — Religious leaders from the Catholic, Episcopal, Baptist, Jewish faiths and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints formed a panel to discuss their religion’s position on organ and tissue donations at the Salt Lake City Library April 1.>>>
SALT LAKE CITY — The Judge Memorial Catholic High School Africa Outreach Club invites the public to a screening of the documentary "Streetball" April 9, in the school auditorium.>>>
SANDY — Teri Kolkebeck, a fifth-grade teacher at Blessed Sacrament Catholic School, has been selected to attend the national Mickelson ExxonMobil Teachers Academy, to be held at the Liberty Science Center in New Jersey from July 17 to July 22.>>>
SALT LAKE CITY— Con motivo de la celebración de la Pascua la Oficina de Ministerio Hispano de la Diócesis Católica de Salt Lake City, organizó un taller para Músicos Hispanos el cual se llevó a cabo en las instalaciones de la escuela Madeleine Choir en Salt Lake City.>>>
SALT LAKE CITY — Carroll College men’s basketball coach Brandon Veltri was named the Frontier Conference Coach of the Year after leading his team to a 22-8 season and a runner-up finish in the Frontier Basketball Conference Tournament. Carroll College is in Helena, Mont.>>>
SANDY — Lent is about helping us see as God sees, and recognizing that we are constantly on a journey toward God’s kingdom. This was the message from Dominican Father Wayne Cavalier to those attending the annual diocesan Lenten retreat on April 2 at Saint Thomas More Catholic Church.>>>
In an earlier article, I discussed Utah’s well-intentioned, but troublesome, Guest Worker Permit legislation, including the constitutional and humanitarian concerns raised by the law. House Bill 469 Immigration Related Amendments also creates a new, Utah-specific permit that provides added, and equally unconstitutional, opportunities to mislead Utah’s undocumented population.>>>