Daily Archives: May 21, 2007

Priesthood came from ‘dreaming big’

A new priest in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee is a man born deaf who dreamed of entering the priesthood. “My parents instilled in me that I should never let my deafness interfere with what I want to do,” says the … Continue reading

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Redesigned ‘Catholic Trends’ gives insight to modern church

Time to toot our own horn: We’ve totally redesigned Catholic Trends, our every-other-week newsletter that keeps you on top of the latest developments in church life and practice. Pastors, religious orders, libraries, pastoral councils, campus ministers, hospital chaplains and many others … Continue reading

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Archbishop learns XLT, then has an LOL moment

Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory of Atlanta writes in The Georgia Bulletin that he knows how to send a text message, though he’s not very good at it, but he recently came across a new texting acronym — XLT — that … Continue reading

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Disability doesn’t dampen competitor’s commitment

The Catholic Explorer in the Diocese of Joliet, Ill., tells the story of a high school senior with cerebral palsy whose love of sports led her to be an integral part of her Catholic school’s basketball team. Despite her limitations, … Continue reading

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