A Pentecost to remember

Our visit to St. Anthony lifted me in ways only the Holy Spirit can.
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Poetry Madness

If you have some extra summer time on your hands, read the poems and complete your own Poetry Madness bracket.
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Class of Covid: The overlooked graduates of the class of 2020

My hats go off to all graduates of all grades everywhere. In surviving this, you have gained wisdom, skill sets, patience and appreciation that will guide you everywhere you go.
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Teaching Together while Apart: The 2020 Virtual NCEA Convention

It’s hard not to be able to walk twenty-two steps across the hall to ask your friend for help. It’s hard not to know what the future of virtual education looks like.
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No one is invincible: An unlikely coronavirus victim shares her story of struggle and survival

So many Americans believe that only the elderly and the immunocompromised are capable of contracting and becoming gravely ill from Covid-19.  I, too, believed I was invincible until I saw a social media post written by a high school classmate, Tiffany Vega-Gibson.
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Bookstore Hero

For the umpteenth millionth time, my mom saved the day.
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Five tips for teaching your kids at home (without losing your mind)

I would like to offer some suggestions to make this time not only easier, but worthwhile.
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Education in the time of coronavirus

Catholic parents should seize this as an opportunity to reinforce our beliefs and values in our children.
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God dwells in me: Making health my Lenten promise

Perhaps we can go beyond turning down treats and consider centering our Lenten promises on honoring God properly maintaining the earthly vessel he has provided for us to do his work.
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Wise words for young men

The Archbishop Curley community honored African-American history and culture through the Franciscan perspective with a special Feb. 19 event that featured a distinguished guest speaker and a creative approach to meditative prayer.
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