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Couple launches business addressing mental health and spiritual needs

Parishioners in the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis were introduced to Kenna and Pat Millea, parishioners of St. Joseph in West St. Paul, when they were featured in a video series in early 2021 called “Synod at Home: Tips and Tools for Growing in Faith” as part of the archdiocesan Synod process. It was designed to help Catholics — as individuals or households — discern a practical plan that helps them live their faith intentionally. 

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Minnesota to host 2023 national conference focused on Indigenous people

The Catholic Church has accompanied the Indigenous people “since the very beginning,” said Shawn Phillips, director/pastoral minister of the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis’ Office of Indian Ministry and at Gichitwaa Kateri in Minneapolis. Fourteen Franciscan missionaries accompanied Cortez on his journey to conquer Mexico, he said, but humans wandered from the path of bringing faith to the New World.

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Rediscovering Catholic Masculine Virtue

In our attempt to revitalize masculinity in contemporary, secular society, there is an enduring threat. In trying to rediscover a robust, Catholic understanding of manliness, we might oversimplify it or flatten it out. We tend to emphasize aspects of masculinity that appeal to us personally, and latch on to cultural trends that correspond with our […]

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Does God Want You to be Successful

Today Sam and John discuss the dignity of work and how to balance the desire for career advancement with your faith. We also give great advice on how to get ahead in your career and discern changing your job. Pride, power, and pleasure are the ideals held by society with work, but it is by pursuing these ideals that we instead find frustration, anxiety, and unhappiness.

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Pax Christi parishioners gather for prayer following pastor’s death

Fred Baumer, a Pax Christi parishioner since 1989, described Father J. Michael Byron as a pastoral theologian whose preaching pronoun was “we.” In Father Byron’s leadership of prayer and in his preaching, Baumer said, it was clear he looked through the lens of the Scriptures into his own life and the life of the parish community. 

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