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THE BISHOP'S CROZIER: Priestly Service

By Bishop James R. Golka

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"Whose sins you forgive are forgiven them, and whose sins you retain are retained.” (John 20:23)

In 1922, 48-year-old G.K. Chesterton came into full communion with the Catholic Church.  Fourteen years later, in his autobiography, Chesterton would explain why he became Catholic with this simple, but profound, statement: “To get rid of my sins.”

EL BÁCULO DEL OBISPO: El servicio sacerdotal

By Bishop James R. Golka

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"Los pecados serán perdonados a los que ustedes se los perdonen, y serán retenidos a los que ustedes se los retengan”. (Juan 20, 23)

En 1922, G.K. Chesterton, de 48 años, entró en plena comunión con la Iglesia católica.  Catorce años más tarde, en su autobiografía, Chesterton explicaría por qué se hizo católico con esta sencilla, pero profunda, afirmación:  “Para librarme de mis pecados”.

Sister Catherine Peter Logan makes first profession of vows as Franciscan sister

By Sister Theresa Feldkamp

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MANITOWOC, Wisconsin. Sister Catherine Peter Logan made her first profession of vows in the Congregation of the Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity in Manitowoc, Wisconsin, on June 2. Father Mark Vander Steeg, Vicar for Clergy and Pastoral Leaders for the Diocese of Green Bay, presided at the Mass.

Telling the Good Tidings: Personal Reflections on the Priesthood

By Father Lawrence C. Brennan

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I was ordained a priest on Dec. 18, 1976.  It was the most precious Christmas gift I have ever received. For me, it culminated 13½ years of priestly formation: that is, personal and spiritual growth, academic study, and field education. I was blessed to have good teachers and mentors. I am still friends today with many of the men who were in the seminary with me, both ordained and lay. Some of them have been sixty years a friend.

Come With Joy Into the Presence of the Lord

By Linda Oppelt

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Jesus Christ in the Blessed Sacrament is present, though hidden, in every tabernacle in every Catholic church. Within the Diocese of Colorado Springs, the visible Eucharistic Presence of Jesus in a monstrance is available in many locations, days and times for adoration and prayer. What follows is an overview of opportunities for this increasingly popular and highly recommended devotion. Availability differs from parish to parish, ranging from perpetual (24/7) to one or two hours per week or month.  

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    Human trafficking presentation set for June 29

    Counselor and author Dann Aungst will give a talk on the connection between pornography and sex trafficking on June 29 from 10-11 a.m. at St. Francis of Assisi Parish in Colorado Springs. The presentation is for all adults and does not contain...
    Linda Oppelt

    Independence Day celebration set for July 6

    PARKER. Knights of Columbus Council 7880 at Ave Maria Parish in Parker will host its annual Independence Day celebration on July 6 at Ave Maria. This year, a Car Show will take place in the church parking lot. Check-in begins at 9 a.m., followed...

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