December 16, 2016  |  By MOST REV. MICHAEL SHERIDAN
When you listen once again to St. Luke’s account of the birth of Jesus — the gospel that is proclaimed at the Christmas Midnight Mass — give some attention to the situation of the innkeeper. 
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December 16, 2016  |  By JOHN MULDERIG
NEW YORK. Evangelical Christian faith hovers in the background of the holiday-themed drama “Believe” (PG, Freestyle). Though not as rose-colored in its outlook as some religiously-inspired projects, the movie — which is suitable for most age groups — lacks polish.
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St. Mark choir makes special appearance at Sacred Heart

‘Lord’s Dinner’ serves up songs with hot meal
December 16, 2016  |  By RUSTY KERN
COLORADO SPRINGS. “Join me in singing ‘Silent Night,’ one of the most beautiful carols ever written,” said Diana Corliss to everyone gathered while dinner was served to a group of homeless and vulnerable people at Sacred Heart Parish in Colorado Springs on Dec. 4. 

As the sweet strains of “Silent Night” began, priests, volunteers, the homeless and infirm all sang together in a reminder of what Christmas is all about. 

It occurred at an event called The Lord’s Dinner, held each Sunday at Sacred Heart. Volunteers from area churches take turns preparing and the serving the meal.

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December 15, 2016  |  By VERONICA AMBUUL
COLORADO SPRINGS. More than 300 people attended a Mass for Immigrants on Dec. 1 at Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish. The Mass was sponsored by the diocesan Office of Hispanic Ministry and celebrated by Capuchin Father John Toepfer, pastor of Our Lady of Guadalupe. Father Francisco Quezada, vicar for Hispanic Ministry and pastor of St. Mark Parish in Highlands Ranch, delivered the homily.   The purpose of the Mass was to show peace, unity and solidarity with immigrants who might be
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