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For local Church, Feb. 13 now marks feast of Blessed Miller, a martyr who once taught in St. Paul

He was the son of a farmer, a handyman and teacher at Cretin High School — and now, he’s one step away from being canonized a saint. Brother James Miller’s feast day is Feb. 13, and the Church in the Archdiocese of St. Paul has been given Vatican permission to observe it locally.

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Why I am Catholic — Duane Crosland

I was born a cradle Catholic with 16 years of Catholic education at St. Mark’s Catholic School, Cretin High School and the College of St. Thomas, all in St. Paul. For 60 years I was an active practicing Catholic. Then a member of the family asked me why am I Catholic. I had no good answer. It was a very painful moment for me.

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