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Sacred Heart Parish celebrates the past, looks to the future

by William J. Dagendesh

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COLORADO SPRINGS. About 1,000 people attended a three-day event marking the 100th anniversary of Sacred Heart Parish in Colorado Springs.

The event kicked off July 15 with celebrants taking advantage of the food trucks offering an assortment of cultural dishes. Craig’s Fusion Mobile Restaurant provided an assortment of Venezuelan cuisine and Papa Bear’z Grill Restaurant, a taste of America. Wicked Good Ice Cream catered to those seeking a sweet tooth fix.

Legatus helps business leaders live their faith in the workplace

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Apple, Amazon, AT&T, Chase, Comcast, Hewlett-Packard, Ikea, Kroger, Lyft, Macy’s, MasterCard, Microsoft, Nordstrom, Starbucks, Target, Uber, and Walt Disney are among a growing list of companies that pay for their employees to travel for an abortion. The culture of death, which has taken over much of our education system, is firmly implanted in corporate America.  Now, more than ever, we need Catholic leaders to bring the Gospel message to the workplace — this is the mission of Legatus.

Catherine of Siena Institute celebrates 25th anniversary

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COLORADO SPRINGS. Friends and supporters of the Catherine of Siena Institute gathered to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the institute’s founding, on July 9 at the Falcon Club on the grounds of the U.S. Air Force Academy. Co-founders Sherry Weddell and Dominican Father Michael Sweeney were joined by Dominican Father Michael Fones, who served as co-director for several years, for the celebration.

Summer has been full of Pro-Life Activities

By Julie Bailey

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COLORADO SPRINGS. Exciting pro-life things are happening in our diocese — none of them related to the Supreme Court of the United States.

On June 4, the Catholics 4 Life Network team supported long-time partners and friends from Life Network at Memorial Park and around the diocese in the annual Walk for Life. As a team, Catholics 4 Life Network raised over $90,000 for Life Network. That made us the top fundraising team — an accolade we have earned for more than a few years.

STEM Camp continues to be a popular summer activity

By Amy Partain

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COLORADO SPRINGS. At St. Mary’s High School, summer means STEM Camp and a chance for area students to try out STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) activities both on campus and around the local community. This year’s camp was the seventh one hosted by St. Mary’s and continues to be popular with Colorado Springs students.

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