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Our Sincere Sympathy to the family of Tegan Johnson

Tegan P. Johnson, age 12 of Hastings, the oldest son of Chad and Tracey ... Read More »

Our Sincere Sympathy to the family of Marta Soler

Marta Blanca Soler, age 95, of Cannon Falls, and formerly of Florida, died Sunday, ... Read More »

Our Sincere Sympathy to the family of Mike Alm

Michael E.  Alm died Wednesday, December 11 at home.  A Memorial Mass will be ... Read More »

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Denver archbishop requests fasting, prayer for victims of sexual abuse

Denver, Colo., Feb 26, 2020 / 06:01 pm (CNA).- For the second year, Archbishop Samuel Aquila of Denver is inviting all the faithful of the local Church to offer prayers and fasting for victims of sexual abuse on the first Friday of Lent, Feb. 28.

“We have made significant progress in addressing this grave evil within the Church, but we cannot let that progress cause us to forget the psychological, physical and spiritual wounds it has caused,” Aquila wrote in a recent letter.

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Florida man tackles deacon during anticipated Mass

Miami, Fla., Feb 26, 2020 / 05:00 pm (CNA).- It took ten parishioners to restrain Thomas Eisel after he attacked a deacon during an anticipated Mass on Saturday.

Deacon George Labelle was tackled by Eisel, 28, while the clergyman offered a homily Feb. 22 at St. Coleman Catholic Church in Pompano Beach, about 40 miles north of Miami.

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Infant boy removed from ventilator after controversial 'brain stem death' ruling

London, England, Feb 26, 2020 / 04:46 pm (CNA).- Despite his parents’ protests that he showed “signs of life,” a four-month old boy who was severely brain damaged was legally declared dead and has been removed from a ventilator in the U.K.

Midrar Ali was disconnected from his ventilator sometime after judges agreed with doctors this month that the boy’s brain stem was dead. But the criteria used in the U.K. case is controversial, and “bran stem death” is not accepted for a diagnosis of death in many parts of the world. 

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