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University Catholic Leadership Retreat participants pose for a photo with Father Gervan Menezes, far right, Saturday, Aug. 28 at Aug. 28-29 at YMCA Camp Widjiwagan in Antioch.

University Catholic ‘proposing Jesus, forming disciples’ at more colleges, universities

Diocese’s campus ministries to come under same umbrella

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Read more about the article Latest translation of the Roman Missal put Church in ‘better place’
Msgr. Rick Hilgartner, pastor of St. Joseph Church in Cockeysville, Maryland, and director of liturgy at St. Mary's Seminary and University in Baltimore, Maryland, reflected on the last 10 years since the release of the Third Roman Missal in 2011 during an assembly with nearly 50 diocesan priests Sept. 14 in the Bishop's Hall at the Catholic Pastoral Center in Nashville.

Latest translation of the Roman Missal put Church in ‘better place’

‘The liturgy is the source and summit of the Christian life’

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Read more about the article Recent flash flood proves blessing in disguise for McEwen resident
Jessica Autenried and her neighbor Kathy Rice share a hug as the pose for a photo outside Autenried's home Sept. 11 in McEwen. The inside of Autenried's home was destroyed by the recent flash floods that hit McEwen and Waverly, but with help from Rice, she has been able to receive assistance from the Saint Vincent de Paul Society and other nonprofits to clean and renovate her home.

Recent flash flood proves blessing in disguise for McEwen resident

Flood victim finds new community of support

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