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Priest’s icons get viewing at Archdiocesan Synod Assembly

People who took part in eucharistic adoration at the Archdiocesan Synod Assembly June 3-5 got a chance to view artwork created by Father Jim Perkl, pastor of Mary, Mother of the Church in Burnsville. Reproductions of two icons he has done in the last two years adorned one wall of the Blessed James Miller Chapel at Cretin-Derham Hall high school in St. Paul during the three days of the Assembly.

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Archbishop Hebda energized, gratified by Archdiocesan Synod Assembly

About 500 delegates to the Archdiocesan Synod Assembly June 3-5 brought their perspectives, experiences and faith to advancing the local Church’s effort to evangelize, Archbishop Bernard Hebda told “Practicing Catholic” radio show host Partrick Conley for an episode debuting 9 p.m. June 17.

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Archbishop Hebda: Like St. Philip Neri, let Holy Spirit enflame the heart during Synod Assembly

It was “no accident” that the Synod Assembly began with Mass and a eucharistic procession, Archbishop Hebda said. “All of the work that we will be doing this weekend is to build up the unity of this local Church. For us as Catholic Christians, the Eucharist is a sign that we are all united in Jesus in the Eucharist. … The Holy Spirit makes us one.”

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Calling on ‘Blesseds’ for Synod Assembly prayers

It’s hard to believe that the Synod Assembly is finally upon us. I am looking forward to this Pentecost weekend more than I ever remember in the past. With and through your prayers, I am confident that there will be an outpouring of the Holy Spirit on this local Church as approximately 500 delegates from around our archdiocese gather at Cretin-Derham Hall high school for our first Synod in more than 80 years.

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Five Miley family members called to teach, lead students toward God

Every school-day morning, Joe Miley walks into Cretin-Derham Hall high school in St. Paul to meet with students in his role as learning specialist. Above the entryway is the Lasallian crest called the “signum fidei” (sign of faith). A star in the crest symbolizes the story of the three Wise Men who followed the star to Bethlehem, trusting it would lead them to Christ, Miley said.

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2021 Graduate profiles

Sean Xiong’s parents are refugees from Laos who haven’t practiced a formal religion. But they recognized the value of sending their son and his brothers to Cretin-Derham Hall in St. Paul, initially for the academics. Xiong’s older brother graduated from the school and his younger brother is a sophomore there.

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