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  • Cathedral restoration nears completion

  • Class of 1969 makes special gift to Quincy Notre Dame

  • Arcola/Tuscola parishes to co-sponsor parish mission

  • Obituary - Sister Catherine Harrison, OSU

  • Obituary - Father Jovian Lang, OFM

  • Obituary - Sister M. Florian Naber, OP

  • Obituary - Sister Esther Redmann, OSU

  • ‘Nuns Build 2009’ helps rebuild lives in New Orleans

  • Chatham Knights of Columbus hold food drive

  • Former campers remember Camp Star of the Sea

  • African Catholics celebrate at Springfield’s St. Patrick Church

  • Breadline Sunday observed, Nov. 21-22

  • Nativity festival witnesses Christmas around the world

  • PeaceBuilders aim to make school safer, more peaceful place to learn, grow

  • Pastoral planning is sign of vitality

  • Catholic Medical Association holds annual conference in Springfield

  • Turkeys needed for Thanksgiving dinners

  • Food pantry accepting donations for Thanksgiving baskets

  • Obituary - Sister Anna Rita Muschiol, OSF

  • Obituary - Sister Mary Ritaclare Cleary, OP

  • Taizé Advent prayer service canceled due to flu concerns

  • Catholic Children’s Home to celebrate 130 years of service to young people

  • Holy Family Parish celebrates 50th jubilee

  • Families are struggling. Faith is calling

  • Introduction to the Continuing Retrospective of This Diocesan Newspaper - 1990-1999

  • 2009 Winter High School Sports Schedule

  • One Hundred Years of Catholic News

  • How our new bishop will be chosen

  • SCI board votes for dissolution

  • Mission Outreach sends relief supplies to Philippines

  • Obituary - Sister Rebecca Peters, SSND

  • Official Appointment

  • School Sisters of Notre Dame to celebrate 150 years in Quincy

  • Thirty students from SHG earn AP scholar awards

  • Ursuline Academy Foundation announces scholarship recipients 

  • A century of Catholic news in Illinois

  • Today meets history

  • Lourdes hosts Latino Family Fest celebration

  • Family Camp celebrates 20th year of memories

  • Taking first step toward making world a better place

  • St. Anthony of Padua Parish celebrates 150 years

  • Barn quilt tour to cover Calhoun County

  • Hospital Sisters receive 13 new associates

  • Little Flower Church hosts annual Mission Mass

  • Long-married couples renew vows at annual celebratory Mass

  • Diocese ready to begin parish pastoral planning process

  • Thompson ordained as transitional deacon for diocese

  • Obituary - Sister M. Margene O’Donnell, OSF

  • McCutcheon appointed to IHA board

  • Introduction to the Continuing Retrospective of this Diocesan Newspaper - 1980-1989

  • Cathedral dedication set for Dec. 2

  • Eleven men to be inducted into K. of C. Hall of Fame

  • Patiently enduring adversity to be example to others

  • Our Lady of Lourdes, Decatur, to sponsor parish mission

  • St. Ambrose 18th annual Applefest to be held Oct. 2-3

  • New CEO named for St. Joseph’s Hospital, Highland

  • Five receive scholarships from EIU Newman Catholic Center

  • Father Bergbower featured in Air Force publication

  • Who shot J.R.? In 1980, columnist just didn’t care

  • Red Mass to be held for justice professionals

  • Parish workshops help plan for future

  • New deacon to be ordained for Springfield diocese

  • Helping fight cancer, one cup at a time

  • Obituary - Sister M. Kevin Jones, CSC

  • Funeral Mass held for father of Father Roberts

  • Official Appointments

  • Going west to Omaha holds its own delights

  • Springfield’s Calvary tour brings history to life

  • Polka Mass to be held Oct. 4 as part of two-day Octoberfest

  • DCCW to hold annual convention Oct. 14

  • Springfield Chapter K. of C. to hold quarterly meeting Sept. 13

  • Father McGivney Catholic High School receives donation

  • Knights of Columbus gear up for Tootsie Roll drive

  • PSR class for developmentally disabled to begin Sept. 16

  • St. Mary’s Hospital sponsors Betsy Smith 5k Run/Walk

  • Springfield school receives $1 million donation

  • In Bethalto, real estate venture will help fund new church

  • Our Lady of the Highways still watches over travelers

  • Eagle Scout begins memory garden project at Our Saviour

  • Funeral Mass held for Father Kekeisen

  • Funeral Mass held for father of Msgr. Enlow

  • Introduction to the Continuing Retrospective of this Diocesan Newspaper - 1970-1979

  • Cathedral renewal on schedule

  • NFP classes scheduled to begin in Alton

  • Holy Family to offer parish mission, Sept. 20-22

  • Students, teachers excited about balanced school calendar

  • Five from Springfield diocese receive Spirit of TEC Award

  • SHG senior wins second place in national writing contest

  • Obituary - Sister Sophie Marie Meehan, CDP

  • Official Appointments

  • Celebrating One Hundred Years

  • Blessed Sacrament, Springfield, begins campaign for building project

  • Ten years after accident, Lorton family carries on

  • 2009 High School Fall Sports Schedule

  • As school year draws near, students fondly recall summer activities

  • Diocese to pray for election of bishop at weekend Masses

  • Catholic Times to keep biweekly publication schedule

  • Two schools in diocese welcome new principals

  • Sister M. Raphaele Goebel, FSGM

  • John Paul I: Remembering the ‘smiling pope’

  • Introduction to The Continuing Retrospective of This Diocesan Newspaper 1960-1969

  • We pray together for new bishop

  • Golf outing in honor of late priest benefits retired priests, youth

  • Sisters to celebrate profession of vows, reception into novitiate

  • Beardstown clinic closes after serving community almost 10 years

  • Msgr. Carl Kemme elected diocesan administrator

  • Diocese gives fond farewell to Archbishop Lucas

  • Archbishop Lucas installed in Archdiocese of Omaha

  • Obituary - Father Wilbert Hegener, OFM

  • Obituary - Sister Rita McGrath, OP

  • Introduction to the Continuing Retrospective of this Diocesan Newspaper - 1950-1959

  • Totus Tuus offers youth summer faith opportunities

  • Funeral Mass held for father of Father Jakel

  • Funeral held for father of Father Edwards

  • Grants awarded to parishes for catechist training and adult faith formation

  • Silver Rose program held at Blessed Sacrament to honor Our Lady of Guadalupe

  • Sister Mary Norine Picolotti, ASC

  • Obituary - Sister Jean Marie Schwarz, OSF

  • Obituary - Sister Elka Becker, SSSF

  • St. Anthony High School selects seven to Academic Hall of Fame

  • St. John’s Hospital announces expansion

  • Dominican Sisters install new leadership team

  • Knights of Columbus names Family of the Year

  • Congratulations, Class of 2009

  • Nokomis churches send truckload of supplies to hospital in Ecuador

  • Archbishop Lucas ordains 12 to diaconate

  • Going green? CT now available in on-line edition

  • Overcoming obstacles

  • Obituary - Sister James Adele LaBonte, OP

  • Obituary - Sister Lorine Huelskamp, PHJC

  • Diocesan readership informed about polio in the 1950s

  • World’s fair makes local appearance

  • Office for Missions to co-host Holy Land pilgrimage

  • Congratulations Class of 2009

  • Eleven to be ordained as deacons of diocese

  • Deacon candidates, Class of 2012, instituted as readers

  • SHG announces 2009 Hall of Fame inductees

  • Native of diocese ordained to priesthood

  • 23 make commitment as Springfield Dominican associates

  • Christ the King in Springfield offers workshop on marriage after divorce

  • Franciscans elect American as new world-wide leader

  • St. Thomas the Apostle Parish building new church

  • Archbishop Lucas to receive pallium from pope

  • Archbishop Lucas to be honored at farewell reception

  • Obituary - Sister M. Lenore Theisen, OP

  • Introduction to the Continuing Retrospective of this Diocesan Newspaper - 1940-1949

  • Shares still available at La Vista Community Garden

  • National Council of Catholic Women brings Leadership Day to Illinois June 6

  • Father Knuffman honored at retirement open house

  • Sister parishes celebrate silver anniversary

  • Bishop Lucas named to head Archdiocese

  • Official Appointments

  • Lots to see this summer close to home in diocese

  • Catholics Requested To Shun Empress Theatre In Decatur

  • Bishop George J. Lucas Named To Head Archdiocese of Omaha

  • Hard work, study helps deepen faith, says theology graduate

  • Official Appointment

  • Six local programs receive CCHD grants

  • Sister Luddon celebrates 60th Jubilee

  • Summer Mass Times

  • Summer Events

  • Farmersville parish makes reluctant decision to close St. Isidore School

  • Youth group serves breakfasts to help fund trip to WYD in Madrid

  • Annamarie Kraft to present Silver Cross recital in piano

  • Funeral Mass held for father of Father Schulte

  • Father Ostdiek receives honorary degree at QU commencement

  • Sister Marilyn Lott graduates from Aquinas Institute

  • Celebrating dedication to faith and the printed word

  • Couple presented with 2009 Pax Joliet award

  • Effingham hospital recalls tragedy, rebuilding

  • Three members of diocese graduate from Aquinas Institute

  • Sacred Heart Parish to hold mortgage-burning celebration

  • Women honored at annual parish prayer breakfast

  • Singing God’s praise for 50 years

  • SHG’s Tisckos to give Silver Cross recital in voice

  • Introduction to a Retrospective Account of this Diocesan Newspaper - 1930-1939

  • Celebrating years of service in religious community

  • Common sense key, says Bishop Lucas in flu guidelines

  • Esker awarded DCCW scholarship

  • Scouts and leaders receive Catholic Scouting awards

  • Marquette to hold open auditions for summer youth theater programs

  • Obituary - Sister Ernestine Ketterer, OSU

  • Popular priest gained fame broadcasting sermons on radio

  • Bishop, priests to gather for annual jubilee celebration

  • God’s mercy is a gift, says Bishop Lucas at Divine Mercy celebration

  • Chatham parish to host concert

  • K. of C. #364 hosts parish volunteer appreciation dinner

  • Cathedral project excavation reveals history

  • Kehoe to present Silver Cross recital

  • OLQP students win geography bee

  • Obituary - Father Thomas Pisors, CSV

  • Obituary - Sister Alberta Maas, OSU

  • Obituary - Sister Scholastica Moeder, ASC

  • Official Appointments

  • Labor leader lived in diocese

  • St. Ambrose School takes stand against bullying

  • Diocese thanked for contribution

  • SHG to hold Summer Escape enrichment camps and athletic camps

  • Negro to give Silver Cross recital

  • Family festival to kick off capital campaign for new high school

  • Vocation within a vocation

  • Sexting and how a harmless photo is anything but ...

  • Celebrating One Hundred Years: Legion of Decency Is A Permanent Organization

  • Father Phil’s passion

  • April 26 is DCCW Sunday

  • Ten schools begin long-range planning process

  • Benedictine University to sponsor panel discussion on religious worldviews

  • Decatur youth participate in speech contest

  • Brendan Finnell to present Silver Cross piano recital

  • Obituary - Josephine M. Magerl

  • Obituary - Kathryn A. O’Brien

  • Introduction to a Retrospective Account of this Diocesan Newspaper - 1920-1929

  • QU inaugurates Gervasi as 22nd president

  • Springfield K. of C. council celebrates 110th anniversary

  • Religious community offers new vocation opportunity for women

  • Church welcomes 404 new members

  • Nokomis parish to host performance on Sermon on the Mount

  • Like father, like son

  • Rice Bowl grants help 22 central Illinois organizations feed hungry

  • Abortion rights bill fails to come to vote in Illinois House

  • Calling upon master of the harvest

  • Diocesan news from the 1920s

  • Sweatin’ to the oldies

  • Saying goodbye, saying hello

  • Decatur Catholic Charities annual dinner dance set

  • Retreat experience offered for Why Catholic? parishes

  • PSR students ‘buzzing’ about religion

  • Celebrating One Hundred Years: All Catholic Women All Urged to Vote

  • Decatur native looks at war in Iraq through brothers’ eyes

  • Annual Good Friday Way of the Cross set

  • Singing the 'Peace of God'

  • Fifty-something seminarian follows path of experience

  • Annual chrism Mass at St. Agnes on Monday of Holy Week

  • Alton Ursulines celebrate 150 years

  • Walk with Jesus through the paschal triduum

  • Litchfield K. of C. Council receives top award

  • Questions, answers from the 1920s

  • Pope’s challenge from Africa: Become truly ‘human’

  • Day of healing, forgiveness from abortion set

  • Boy shows support for student by shaving head

  • St. Cabrini to sponsor Triduum reflection

  • Springfield-area students receive first place in art contest

  • Bishop Lucas, bishops of Illinois say: Vote ‘No’ on HB 2354

  • Living in the light: Setting ourselves free from old ways of acting

  • Roach appointed to Catholic Charities USA committee

  • Father Chiola elected three-year councilor for NOCERCC

  • Introduction to a Retrospective Account of this Diocesan Newspaper - 1909-1919

  • Passage of HB 2354 would endanger right of conscience

  • Midway through Lenten journey, still time for prayer

  • Diocese thanked for contribution

  • Holy Family in Wood River to celebrate parish renewal

  • Taking shape

  • Illinois Catholics make voices heard at state capitol

  • Obituary - Sister M. Karen O’Kelly, OP

  • Obituary - Sister Maura McElligott, OP

  • Obituary - Sister M. Thaddeus Clancy, OSF

  • Official Appointments

  • Healing our human spirits in God’s soothing mercy

  • Questions from the past

  • Steps on the life-long journey of a disciple of Jesus

  • Support of community key to school’s $100,000 award

  • St. Mary students enthusiastic about writer’s workshop

  • Collinsville students have first-hand experience with stewardship

  • Bishop from Peru thankful for missionary priest

  • Candidates, catechumens gather at Rite of Election

  • St. Norbert teams take home two trophies from scholastic Olympiad

  • Funeral Mass held for Father Schoenhofen

  • We too can be transfigured by God’s love for us

  • Alton youth champions in K. of C. free throw contest

  • Lent well spent: Trying to be more welcoming Catholics

  • Traveling through life with shame, fear, guilt and unrest

  • DCCW to hold annual Lenten retreat for Catholic women

  • Art auction to benefit Catholic Children’s Home

  • Diocese thanked for contribution to Retirement Fund for Religious

  • Holy Family Center at St. Joseph’s Home

  • Legislative action days scheduled for Catholic women

  • Obituary - Sister Elizabeth Menke, CDP

  • Official Appointments

  • Sign of the rainbow: God brings peace from violence

  • Jacob Miller earns Eagle Scout rank

  • Special this week: Catholic newspaper ads from 1913

  • Making good use of lessons learned in season of Lent

  • Diocesan Datebook

  • Springfield Chapter of Knights of Columbus to hold quarterly meeting

  • New Sherman K. of C. Council to hold first fish fry

  • Operation Rice Bowl feeds hungry locally, worldwide

  • Mission carnival helps raise awareness of social injustice

  • St. Aloysius students stand out at Lincoln celebration

  • From Feb. 23, 1912: Regulations for Lent

  • Lent begins Feb. 25

  • Lent calls on the faithful to be better individuals

  • Diocese thanked for contribution

  • Quincy University unveils 150th anniversary logo

  • This year is the celebration of the 100th anniversary of Catholic Times, although this anniversary m

  • Springfield man makes Walk for Life in San Francisco

  • Eighth-grader is winner of Serra Club essay contest

  • An early history of Catholic Times

  • Dangers of regarding children as entitlements

  • Franciscan team to present Edwardsville parish mission

  • Applications now being accepted for DCCW scholarship

  • Pax Christi to sponsor film on Dorothy Day

  • Diocesan parish nurses developing vital ministry

  • Fitness guru Simmons to lead heart-healthy exercise class

  • ‘One Night, One Voice’

  • QND students, staff celebrate Lincoln’s 200th birthday

  • Alton area students mark Catholic Schools Week

  • SHG announces spring musical

  • A prayer for all those who are struggling with life

  • What we can learn from Illinois’ favorite son

  • Prayer and service

  • Madison County CC to host MedAssist fund-raiser, Feb. 14

  • Author to present seminar on healing and prayer

  • Young Adult Mass community celebrates one-year anniversary

  • Marchers from diocese bring pro-life message to Washington, New York

  • Don’t let Why Catholic? opportunity pass you by

  • Catholic Times asks …

  • Eucharistic miracles display to be in Decatur

  • Men’s breakfast to be sponsored by Collinsville parish

  • Luber family donates chalice to new Catholic high school

  • Catholics from across state to rally at state capitol in Springfield

  • Paul never forgot message he received on road to Damascus

  • Jones earns Eagle Scout rank

  • Historic beginning, but new administration has long way to go

  • God is more anxious to forgive us than we sometimes want to be forgiven

  • QU to offer weekend of study on St. Paul

  • Diocese thanked for contribution

  • Effingham CC to hold annual benefit dance

  • Sign-up soon for Lenten Why Catholic? sessions

  • Diocese to be well represented at 2009 March for Life

  • Wrapped in prayer

  • We hope new president hears message of March for Life

  • Bishop Lucas, seminarians enjoy holiday visit at Villa Maria

  • Pro-life postcard campaign to fight Freedom of Choice Act

  • Cathedral restoration proceeding on schedule

  • Obituary - Father Michael Clarahan, OFM

  • Obituary - Sister M. Thaddine Chopp, OSF

  • OSMM pilgrims walk ‘in the footsteps of Jesus’

  • Wild men, like John, needed in contemporary church

  • From CT: News you won’t find in other publications

  • Catholic Times Christmas cover contest winners announced

  • Our Saviour students perform in District Concert Festival

  • Obituary - Brother Allan (Norbert) Haiar, OFM

  • In year ahead, will we have wisdom to heed gifts of the Magi?

  • Edwardsville Knights of Columbus name winners of Christmas poster contest

  • New Year presents opportunities, challenges for all

  • Pax Christi to celebrate Epiphany peace service

  • Catholic Times Christmas cover contest winners announced

  • Christmas Mass Schedule 2008

  • Parish cluster to present cantata

  • Preschool students celebrate at birthday party for Jesus

  • Effingham Knights work to keep Christ in Christmas

  • Marquette Catholic High School selected as outstanding local business

  • Praying the miracle of Christmas all year long

  • What Christmas has to offer, money cannot buy

  • Springfield TEC begins 35th year

  • Last minute shoppers can still find great gifts

  • St. Mary’s Hospital to conduct SHARE holiday memorial service

  • St. Patrick, Grafton, to host parish mission

  • Journey of awareness

  • Catholic Charities deserves year-end consideration

  • Christmas ornament celebrates Lincoln bicentennial

  • Marquette Cash Calendar now for sale

  • St. Boniface to sponsor parish mission

  • Dieterich CCW to sponsor Christmas Walk

  • Villa Maria open house to showcase changes, updates

  • SHG choral and band students selected for IMEA competition

  • Worship, not commercialism, is only worthy response to Christmas

  • Look beyond fancy gifts for true meaning of Advent

  • Nativity Festival Dec. 5-7 at Franciscan’s Chiara Center

  • Decatur interfaith summit addresses poverty issues

  • St. Mary’s Hospital announces expansion plans

  • SHG students honored as AP Scholars

  • Garden proceeds benefit St. Isidore School

  • Why Catholic? parishes invited to enrichment program

  • Bishop blesses new home for Catholic Charities

  • ’Tis the season — or is it? Take time to enjoy Advent

  • Community Thanksgiving celebration planned

  • Decatur parishes establish social justice committee

  • New Hall of Famers to be guests at diocesan Knights’ quarterly meeting

  • St. Patrick Academy to kick off fund-raising campaign

  • Family from Little Flower thankful for new home

  • Springfield Dominicans to host annual Taizé prayer service

  • Diocese transfers property ownership to QND

  • Funeral Mass held in Oak Lawn for Father Sullivan

  • We have much to be thankful for in this great country

  • Breadline Sunday observed

  • Life is precious, say parade marchers

  • CCHD accepting grant applications for self-help initiatives

  • Cathedral window part of Lincoln anniversary art exhibit, journal

  • Obituary - Sister M. Antonette Feldhake, OP

  • Generosity should be ‘both/and,’ not ‘either/or’

  • Team works to strengthen couples in second marriages

  • Diocese found in compliance with Charter requirements

  • Live fully in Christ as stewards, say speakers at DAEC

  • Funeral Mass held for Msgr. Mulcrone

  • Stewardship part of becoming ‘best version’ of yourself

  • Official Appointments

  • Bishop Lucas invites all: Fast, pray before Election Day

  • Kelsi Frost to give Silver Cross recital in voice at SHG

  • Our Patron Saints - St. Charles Borromeo

  • Saints, saints-to-be are close Catholic family members

  • In some places, it’s still dangerous to be Christian

  • A word of highest compliment, thanks and praise

  • Local charities requesting donations for holiday needs

  • Diocese thanked

  • Priests need support, collaboration, say founders of Priesthood Sunday

  • Our Lady of Lourdes parishioner achieves Eagle Scout rank

  • Obituary - Sister Nancy Molohon, OP

  • Barn quilt, churches part of Calhoun County tour

  • Traditional Latin Mass scheduled to begin in Quincy

  • Cantor workshop to be held at Christ the King in Springfield

  • Mass observes peace pastoral anniversary

  • Group opens Father McGivney HS campaign office

  • High School Winter Athletic Schedules

  • Obituary - Sister Catherine Duffey, DC

  • Funeral Mass held for Father Franzen

  • Our Patron Saints - St. Luke, Evangelist

  • Gentle priest, former editor, will be greatly missed

  • While interior work begins, Cathedral parishioners adjust

  • Students celebrate school’s anniversary with service projects

  • Soldier in war zone thinks of OLQP students

  • OLOL to sponsor parish mission

  • Jamaican man gets treatment due to big-hearted medical community

  • Largest turnout ever attends Respect Life Mass, rosary march

  • Students from schools, PSRs celebrate Mission Mass

  • Importance of building a ‘vocation friendly’ culture

  • We must find personal response to financial crisis

  • ‘Mass on the Grass’ to conclude St. Teresa homecoming

  • Franciscan sisters welcome new associates

  • Springfield area artists host Art for Darfur auction

  • Farewell: Cathedral leave-taking ‘bittersweet’ for parishioners

  • SHG announces National Merit commended students

  • During October, give thanks to God for gift of life

  • Franciscans gather for 150-year jubilee celebration

  • Decatur CC adds two new members to advisory board

  • Mattoon conference to host Sept. 27 ‘Friends of the Poor Walk’

  • Seventeen priests ready to graduate from pastoral leadership program

  • Father Heyd keynote speaker for Respect Life Mass, prayer vigil

  • Bethalto students spark storm of donations for hurricane victims

  • Couples celebrate long marriages at Cathedral

  • Catholic bishops of Illinois release election-year message

  • Obituary - Sister M. Patrick Whalen, OSF

  • At harvest, we are grateful to our generous God

  • Reiske scholarships awarded

  • St. Alphonsus Parish to celebrate 125 years

  • St. Paul’s teachings on the sacraments subject of Bible series set for Shumway

  • Diocesan churches to celebrate Catechetical Sunday Sept. 21

  • Sullivan sees challenges in catechetical ministries

  • Catholic Health Association, Aquinas Institute partner for Vocare Center

  • New technologies bring new responsibilities

  • Study day on role of music in worship set for Sept. 27

  • Area All Schools Mass held at QU

  • Events marking United Nations day for peace/ceasefire

  • Diocesan Hispanics to gather for Encuentro Sunday

  • QU ranked in top 35 in Midwest baccalaureate colleges

  • PSR classes for exceptional people to begin Sept. 24

  • Cooney to perform at DAEC

  • Parishioners prepare for year-long absence from Cathedral

  • Our responsibilities as citizens and disciples of Jesus

  • Enrollment workshops offered for Catholic school parents

  • Ugly garden veggies help teach lesson in life

  • Desk fund video wins big bucks in Big Lots contest

  • Bishop, priests of diocese to attend annual clergy convocation

  • Obituary - Sister Annunciata Koester, PCC

  • Kaplan to present Silver Cross recitals at SHG

  • We can help our young people choose their heroes well

  • Free concert to benefit monastery destroyed by fire

  • Registration open for on-line VLCFF courses, Sept. 2-Oct. 16

  • Faithful Citizenship means promoting common good, says speaker

  • Youth take work to HEART

  • Cathedral restoration campaign comes to successful conclusion

  • Couple launched Catholic HEART Workcamp

  • Godfrey youth use summer in service to community, diocese

  • Obituary - Sister Ann (Eulalia) Goes, SSSF

  • Our labor is contribution to God’s ongoing creation

  • Great people we meet during our meanderings through life

  • Diocese thanked for contribution

  • Healing Mass to be held in Decatur

  • Students cool at Cathedral Grade School

  • For Branyan family, showing cattle is hobby for all members

  • Effingham perpetual adoration enters 15th year

  • DCCW to hold 80th annual convention, Oct. 12

  • Father Zimmerman named dean of Decatur Deanery

  • Father McGivney Catholic High School to open in fall 2011

  • Chatham parish deep into preparation for Why Catholic?

  • Eight join ranks of Catholic school principals

  • St. Ambrose School students committed to green ways of living

  • Obituary - Sister M. Maxine Frichtl, OSF

  • Obituary - Sister Louise Gietl, OSU

  • Rhodes named United Way Volunteer of the Year

  • Facing challenges at start of new school year

  • Registration begins for Diocesan Adult Enrichment Conference

  • Postulants to be received, novices to make profession of vows

  • Working together helps fill local food pantry shelves

  • Obituary - Sister Margaret Marie Vitt, OSU

  • Obituary - Sister M. Michael Lu, OSF

  • Obituary - Sister Pearl Elizabeth Becker, OSU

  • Couples to celebrate 50-year marriages at Cathedral

  • Seven make first vows as Oblates

  • Sister Chaminade recognized as Franciscan peacemaker

  • Seminar, retreat to be held on ‘original thinking’

  • Life of St. Paul depicted in stained glass at Highland church

  • Waverly parish to celebrate 150th anniversary of founding

  • CLI prepares high school youth for parish leadership

  • St. Paul CYO members make ‘pilgrimage of a lifetime

  • Finding right training to become spiritual athletes

  • If you had your choice, what kind of person would you be?

  • Collinsville native visits 365 parishes in 365 days

  • St. Rose in Quincy to be chapel for extraordinary form of Mass

  • Diocesan Boy and Girl Scout unit leaders needed to reorganize Catholic Committee

  • Suitcase drive raises nearly 300 suitcases for area foster children

  • Legion of Mary Day of Recollection held

  • Solemn assembly for Year of Reconciliation Aug. 2 at Cathedral

  • Cathedral capital campaign draws to successful conclusion

  • Zachary Gietl receives NPM certification as cantor

  • Obituary - Father Raymund J. Field, CSV

  • Obituary - Father Elvan Maschmann, OFM

  • Funeral Mass held for Father Quilligan

  • Official Appointments

  • Franciscan brothers have many reasons to celebrate

  • Sister Carol Grawe, SSND, to celebrate 50th jubilee

  • Sister Marilyn Fischer, SFP, to celebrate golden anniversary

  • Sister Barbara Brumleve celebrates 50th jubilee as a School Sister of Notre Dame

  • Don’t neglect to keep your spiritual house in order

  • As waters recede, flood victims begin recovery

  • WYD social networking site launched

  • St. Anthony schools induct Hall of Fame members

  • Holy Family hosts Glenmary Missionary, July 12-13

  • Family works, waits for new Habitat home

  • St. Francis Hospital honors auxiliary volunteers during dinner

  • Obituary - Sister M. Rosann Monyak, OSF

  • Changing smiles

  • Organization, communication lead to proper medication

  • Springfield K. of C. make annual scholarship awards

  • Diocese thanked for contribution

  • Unforgettable pilgrimage to World Youth Day, Sidney

  • When life gets stormy, don’t forget to use an umbrella

  • Parish vision statement creates plan for continuing Catholic presence on Springfield’s east side

  • Teachers and catechists honored for years of service

  • Franciscans elect new leaders

  • Why Catholic? ready to begin next phase

  • Holy Family Food Pantry requesting food and household supplies

  • Daughters of Isabella to meet in St. Louis

  • Cathedral Grade School places second in Michigan Apple Sweepstakes

  • Ursuline sisters name new leadership team

  • St. Joseph’s Home breaks ground for new dementia center

  • Responding to the call

  • Two honored by Ursuline Academy Alumni Association

  • Flood emergency jump-starts first week for new QU president

  • Cathedral women award $6,000 in scholarships

  • Notre Dame Club announces Junior of the Year awards

  • Lessons we can learn from the late Tim Russert

  • Card must be attractive enough to make us want to read poem

  • Class of 2008 Graduates

  • CCHD grants help local programs fight causes of poverty

  • Women invited to Benedictine experience

  • Troy parish uses Rice Bowl grant for monthly food bus ministry

  • Quincy parish food pantry receives Rice Bowl grant

  • Hospital Sisters celebrate 30th anniversary of HSHS

  • Saint Anthony’s Health System to be sponsored by HSHS

  • St. Agnes begins new science lab construction

  • Bring dads to YAM Mass, say organizers

  • 31 make commitment as Springfield Dominican associates

  • Holy Family presents $500 college scholarships

  • O Canada! Alton youth group will make pilgrimage to Quebec

  • Graduates ready to begin new chapter in their lives

  • Retreat is time to step aside from daily life and grow in faith

  • ‘A stitch in time’ makes beautiful quilts for parish group

  • Knights of Columbus Council # 364 honors extraordinary ministers

  • Remembering to look both ways; students assist crossing guard

  • Three parishes to combine to form new pastoral unit

  • Bishop Lucas ordains Father Muniz to diocesan priesthood

  • Gietl wins Best Buy Children’s Foundation scholarship

  • Obituary - Sister Dominica Pagano, SSND

  • Obituary - Sister Mary Emilia Roth, OP

  • Obituary - Sister Cecilia Jansen, CDP

  • Obituary - Father James Edmiston, OFM

  • Villa Maria director Kocher dies

  • Official Appointments

  • Thousands flocked to Springfield for cathedral’s dedication in 1928

  • Neighbors near and far: Catholic Relief Services volunteer shares stories

  • With summer comes new hope for new season

  • Summer Mass Schedule and Parish Events

  • Students learn to build bridges with toothpicks

  • Marquette Catholic High School announces scholarship winners

  • Healing Service, Mass set for June 6

  • Marquette students receive volunteer service award

  • Members of diocese mark anniversary of USCCB peace pastoral letter

  • Obituary - Sister Charles Maurice Diver, OP

  • Obituary - Sister Mary Rita Cooney, OSF

  • Obituary - Father Elstan Coghill, OFM

  • Obituary - Father Donard Paulus, OFM

  • MERCY Communities grateful for Rice Bowl support

  • Registration open for on-line VLCFF courses through University of Dayton

  • St. Peter in Quincy begins $3.2 million upgrade project

  • Food bank grateful for Operation Rice Bowl grant

  • Hospital Sisters Health System launches food relief mission to Haiti

  • Caitlin Hoemmen to present Silver Cross recital in voice

  • Students use posters, essays in school anti-bullying campaign

  • Team sweeps botball tourney

  • First cathedral campaign slogan: ‘It is God’s work. God wills it.’

  • Ordination candidate says God’s plan for him was priesthood

  • Extend warm welcome for our new diocesan priest

  • Tuition assistance funds available for distribution

  • Johnson nominates diocesan individuals for NCEA awards

  • 2008 Religious Jubilarians

  • Hospital looking for teen volunteers

  • Diocesan educator wins Golden Apple

  • Ashcraft Silver Cross recital set for May 18

  • Does the pope really get it? Finally, an answer

  • St. Isidore, the Farmer

  • Mothers teach us a lot about God’s love for us

  • 2008 Priests Jubilarians

  • The ordination that almost wasn’t

  • Bishop, priests to gather for Annual Jubilee Celebration

  • Fatima pilgrim statue to be in Springfield

  • Obituary - Sister Rosetta Katherine Schmidt, OSF

  • SHG announces scholarship winners

  • Chicken dinner to help raise funds for youth group mission trip

  • Alton sisters get glimpse of ‘humble,’ ‘joyful’ pope

  • Taylor Fishburn to present Silver Cross recital in voice

  • Zachary Gietl to present Gold Medal recital in voice

  • After 25 years, peace pastoral still challenges us

  • During jubilee week, thank a priest for his ministry

  • Pax Christi to mark 25th anniversary of bishops’ peace pastoral letter

  • Alton-Marquette WYSE team places second at state

  • Preparation leads to understanding of first Communion

  • Schools, PSR programs in diocese join in birthday project for pope

  • Liturgical art exhibition to be held at Springfield Art Association

  • Obituary - Sister M. Engelberta Hu, OSF

  • Obituary - Sister M. Imelda Suddes, OP

  • Sisters of Divine Providence feted at St. Mary and St. Mark Parish

  • Franciscans celebrate 150 years in Sacred Heart Province

  • Papal Visit Memories In Pictures

  • SHG student wins essay contest

  • Diocesan native makes lifetime profession as Benedictine sister

  • DCCW names outstanding scholarship award winners

  • Matt Wolfson to perform Silver Cross recital in voice

  • Megan Canny to give Silver Cross recital in voice

  • Far-fetched, you think? No, it’s right on the doorstep

  • Pope provides model of reverence, spirituality for priests

  • Cathedral Parish sets Mass schedule for upcoming months of restoration/renewal

  • Pope’s visit reminds us that spring is time of hope

  • Deadline set for Ursuline Academy Foundation Scholarship applications

  • Students and grads support school at Unity Run

  • SCI-Benedictine to offer doctorate program

  • Hospital Sisters host international leadership conference

  • A vision for each parish

  • Committees, communication creating successful transitions

  • Mark Ofreneo to present Silver Cross piano recital

  • SHG in Springfield to offer Summer Escape

  • Remembering the late Bishop Joseph McNicholas

  • Key to participation is having faith that God is at work in the church

  • Pope Benedict’s visit could be real moment of grace

  • Campaign for Cathedral restoration set to begin in parishes

  • Obituary - Father David R. Eckelkamp, OFM

  • Sacred Heart Grade School reunion scheduled

  • St. Joseph’s Home to construct new residence for care of those with dementia

  • TEC Conference to host workshop, May 2-4

  • Marquette to present spring musical

  • Clayton Joyner to give Silver Cross recital in voice

  • Love is not blind, but gives us glimpse of divine

  • Future of Earth is best reason of all to ‘go green’

  • Funeral Mass to be held for Father Corredato

  • Bishop Lucas, priests and others prepare for papal visit

  • Memorial Mass to be held for Bishop McNicholas

  • When examined, most of life’s experiences are bittersweet

  • Springfield Young Adult Mass moves to larger chapel

  • Belize bishop returns to flock with new vision

  • Annual women’s retreat to be held April 26

  • Street retreat to include overnight walk from Quincy to Hannibal

  • John Zimmerman to perform Silver Cross piano recital

  • Katie Hamilton to present Silver Cross voice recital

  • Church must continue to be vigilant in protecting children

  • QU to offer study weekend with Father Bill Burton

  • Student’s letter published in HCA publication

  • SHG student ambassadors team up with Basket of Hope, serve St. John’s patients

  • Decatur Catholic Charities to sponsor dinner dance

  • Funeral held for mother of Father Willenborg

  • Obituary - Sister M. Quinta Pampuch, OSF

  • Accepting God’s healing is key to recovery from sexual addiction

  • During Easter season, we pray especially for peace

  • Parishes ready to begin Why Catholic? program

  • St. Teresa Bulldogs to play at Busch Stadium

  • Bridge the Gap to Health expands in 2008

  • SHG announces three National Merit Scholar finalists

  • Ariail winner of Edwardsville K. of C. essay contest

  • Bishop Lucas celebrates annual chrism Mass with priests, faithful

  • To all, we wish joy and peace of Easter every day

  • Annual chrism Mass at cathedral to be held Monday of Holy Week

  • Street retreat to raise homeless awareness

  • Catholic singing group releases CD of Christian music

  • Grant awarded to help market Springfield Catholic schools

  • Care Center of Springfield celebrates 30 years of service

  • Divine Mercy Novena to be held

  • Familiar liturgical celebrations mark Holy Week

  • St. Anthony WYSE team earns first place in sectional competition

  • Refresh and renew your faith during this holiest week

  • SHG presents State Fair

  • Penance focus of parish mission

  • Art glass mosaic fully visible after years of being hidden

  • Daughters of Charity win award

  • ‘JustFaith’ program helps participants become advocates for justice

  • Living the Faith: Today and Tomorrow theme of Raymond conference

  • Meetings focus on feasibility of new Catholic high school

  • Funeral practices may question faith in resurrection of body

  • Make welcoming all Catholics our new challenge

  • Everyone has an answer; no one has an answer

  • Major renewal program announced for Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception

  • Diocese thanked for contribution

  • Cathedral open house set for March 2

  • Accountant ‘keeps ’em in stitches’ with her quilts

  • Fund-raiser to support services for abused children

  • ‘Live from Godfrey, it’s Saturday Night …Trivia’

  • St. Teresa HS presents Dreamcoat, March 7-8

  • Obituary - Father Barnabas Diekemper, OFM

  • PSR programs help parents in spiritual formation of children

  • School speech contest helps students develop skills

  • St. Teresa students win at WYSE regional

  • Obituary - Sister Helen Pflum, OSU

  • Students focus on ‘peace around the world’ at Little Flower School

  • Holy Family Food Pantry planning Easter food basket distribution

  • Diocesan choir offers Way of the Cross concert

  • Samaritan woman example of women in ministry of Jesus

  • Trust in God is answer to question of senseless evil

  • Catechumens, candidates welcomed at Rite of Election

  • Crowd overflows chapel at Springfield young adult Mass

  • Still doing what she loves

  • Effingham St. Anthony’s holds open house for new building

  • ‘Ah Days’ offered at Chiara Center

  • Sister Carol Jean Dust begins term on SSND general council

  • Granite City students recognized by Gateway East Young Achievers

  • Students reach out to community during Catholic Schools Week

  • Effingham WYSE team earns first place

  • Dan Farmer to present Silver Cross piano recital

  • Essay contest, spelling bee winners announced

  • Studying Scripture and learning ways to defend faith

  • Join ‘the elect’ and candidates on their journey

  • Hospital Sister Rosily transfers membership into American province

  • Annual Catholic schools tournament to help African preschool

  • Students broaden community awareness during Catholic Schools Week

  • Ongoing formation of priests includes days off

  • In pastoral letter, Bishop Lucas calls us to reconciliation

  • In pastoral letter, Bishop Lucas extends invitation to reconciliation

  • Hundreds from diocese join 2008 March for Life in capital

  • Lent begins Feb. 6

  • Young adults target audience of Mass at SCI/Benedictine campus

  • New Catholic high school in Metro East St. Louis focus of feasibility study

  • Pilgrims gear up for trip to World Youth Day in Australia

  • Illinois State Scholars named

  • Maybe this is year to eat chocolate during Lent

  • Consecrated men and women are called to illumine way to God

  • Put lives back in order during this season of Lent

  • Her dream came true: Grandmother and family celebrate Christmas in Rome

  • Obituary - Sister Mary Dupont, DC

  • Springfield DCCW to hold annual Lenten retreat for Catholic women

  • Catholic schools light way for students as leaders, disciples

  • Madison County Catholic Charities opens resale shop

  • Success of parish challenge sends supplies to Kenya

  • Our Lady of Lourdes to begin 50th anniversary celebration

  • NFP classes offered for Alton area

  • Quincy-area parishes, organizations mark Sanctity of Human Life Week

  • Obituary - Sister Marian L. Hogan, OSU

  • Spiritual day on women’s discipleship offered

  • As Catholics, we should always be willing to be out of step

  • We have obligation to participate in political process

  • Over 300 from diocese to participate in 2008 March for Life

  • Effingham’s St. Anthony High School announces Illinois State Scholars

  • Auburn churches observe Week of Prayer for Christian Unity

  • Collinsville parish mission will focus on stewardship

  • On-line courses available for adults through partnership with University of Dayton

  • DCCW accepting scholarship applications

  • Effingham Knights of Columbus work to ‘Keep Christ in Christmas’

  • Book from Kids Page creator called ‘laugh out loud funny’

  • Accepting all God’s gifts to accomplish God’s will

  • Catholic Times is real bargain for everyone in diocese

  • Obituary - Sister Joan Jordan, OSF

  • Obituary - Sister Bernadette Meyer, CDP

  • Youth musicians to perform in concert at St. Joseph, Springfield

  • Forty SHG students named Illinois State Scholars

  • During New Year, look for epiphany of our own

  • TEC to offer signed weekend for hearing impaired

  • Effingham St. Anthony to begin sesquicentennial celebration

  • Year of Reconciliation aims to heal divisions

  • Pax Christi to sponsor Epiphany peace service

  • Choir carols to homebound, rides on Springfield trolley

  • Official Appointments

  • Winners of Catholic Times Christmas cover contest share Yuletide spirit

  • St. Peter students have ‘Spirit’ of helping

  • Chance to learn secret about Jesus in Matthew’s Gospel

  • Quincy University introduces new president; first lay person to head university

  • May peace of Christmas be with you all coming year

  • Effingham CC publishes two-CD set

  • State Knights of Columbus make grant to St. Joseph’s Home

  • Decatur’s St. Teresa High School featured in magazine

  • Coping with death and dying at Christmastime

  • Funeral Mass held for mother of Father Hartrich

  • Giving ourselves best present this Advent and ever

  • Help needed to fill Christmas baskets

  • Musical, project for homeless help Holy Family students prepare for celebration of Christmas

  • After 20 years, Marian Center keeps growing

  • Organ concert to be held at St. Elizabeth

  • Make movie decision teaching moment for families

  • Obituary - Sister Carol Reeb, SSND

  • St. Michael hosts four-parish mission

  • Official Appointment

  • Many reasons to pray during season of Advent

  • Funeral services held for Msgr. Wright

  • St. Teresa students, staff put Catholic teaching into action

  • Diocesan youth find energy high at national youth conference

  • Chiara Center offers first Franciscan Nativity Festival

  • Let your light shine; you are light of the world

  • Resolve to have more peaceful Advent season

  • Hardin parish church, school burglarized by thieves

  • Reservations now being taken for March for Life

  • Quincy Catholic Charities honors three at annual dinner

  • Applications now available for Operation Rice Bowl grants

  • Assistance needed for Puerto Rican immigrants in Beardstown

  • We gather to celebrate, give thanks for our blessings

  • New principal to begin at St. Teresa

  • Former priest dismissed from clerical state

  • CCHD accepting grant applications for self-help initiatives

  • St. Joseph’s Home unveils 2007 Official City of Springfield ornament

  • Diocese thanked for contribution to home missions

  • St. Jerome youth’s cardboard city raises funds, awareness for homeless

  • Local St. Vincent de Paul Society celebrates 75th anniversary

  • Students to learn about Father Tolton during Black Catholic History Month

  • Official Appointments

  • Obituaries - Sister M. Barbara Loxterkamp, FSGM & Brother Joseph Sandlin, OFM

  • Jerseyville parish to hold mission

  • Words from ‘beyond the grave’ remain forever intriguing

  • Our military veterans deserve thanks, respect

  • Fire damages church in Altamont

  • Tabernacle containing Blessed Sacrament stolen from Decatur church

  • Caring for those who served

  • Parish accepts pro-life challenge to help Kenyan diocese

  • Granite City classes to hold reunion

  • Quincy K. of C. to host Marian Hour of Prayer

  • Men’s retreat scheduled at White House

  • Food pantries get needed help from Decatur Catholic schools

  • Weekend retreat to explore Book of Revelation

  • Now may be right time to begin something new

  • Funeral Mass held for Father Morris

  • Hundreds join in prayerful walk for rights of unborn

  • Ecumenical celebration set

  • No changes planned for Springfield school configuration

  • Funeral Mass held for Father Gierut

  • Catholic Charities, Breadline request holiday help

  • Maronite Bishop Shaheen visits Quincy University

  • Over 100 attend Quincy rosary rally commemorating Fatima anniversary

  • Quincy publisher was first to provide seasonal missals

  • Pax Christi program to mark centenary of Springfield race riots

  • Moms sponsor fund-raisers to help Venezuelan orphans

  • Tell priests how important they are in our lives

  • Schumacher named COO of Hospital Sisters Health System

  • Blessed Sacrament plans parish mission

  • Serra Club to host deanery dinner for priests

  • Training conference for pro-life college students to be held in Chicago

  • Hospital Sisters welcome seven new associates

  • Jessica Ashcraft to perform Silver Cross piano recital

  • Black and white marble is reminder of ordination

  • Times change, but Catholics still support education

  • Pro-Life Vigil, rosary walk Oct. 27 in Granite City

  • Long-time volunteers support Right to Life in Edgar County

  • St. Mary, Mattoon preschool program flourishing, growing

  • St. Teresa offers six-week foreign language courses

  • Blessed Sacrament, Quincy to hold parish mission

  • Abstinence advocate to speak at Quincy area schools

  • It’s worth making sacrifices for Catholic education

  • School consolidation considered as part of Springfield cluster strategic plan

  • Cathedral filled by students at annual Mission Mass

  • St. Boniface celebrates presence of religious sisters in parish, school

  • SHG announces commended students

  • Covenant radio adds two stations in diocese

  • Springfield DCCW collects record amount

  • Local newspaper sponsors play to replace school’s playground equipment

  • St. Francis Hospital introduces new logo, slogan and Web site

  • Where was I on day love was waiting to be born?

  • This month, every month, we are called to be pro-life

  • Funeral Mass scheduled for Father Houran

  • Pope accepts resignation of Bishop Balke of Crookston

  • Endowment funds to help pay for priests’ convocation expenses

  • Cathedral student among HCA Christmas art winners

  • Newton graduate wins

  • Abundant harvest is good reason to be grateful to God

  • Endowment funds support continuing education for teachers

  • Long-married couples celebrate

  • Funeral Mass held for Father Davenport

  • Mission Outreach to celebrate anniversary with open house

  • Hospital Sisters Mission Outreach program aids hospital in Haiti

  • Area K. of C. councils honored

  • Never alone

  • Decatur students help sister parish

  • Keeping our lamps burning: Financial counselors and priests

  • When you experience God’s love, pay it forward

  • Catholic high schools find good uses for campaign funds

  • We would do well to avoid all forms of finger pointing

  • Your generosity funds many ministries, services

  • Granite City Catholic schools to hold open houses

  • Marquette High School celebrates 80 years of Catholic education

  • Quincy community celebrates Catholic education

  • Tuition assistance to be distributed from education endowment

  • New head of Family Life office wants to get word out about marriage

  • PSR for exceptional people begins again in September

  • Christian spirituality workshop offered

  • TEC conference honors local members, volunteer

  • Most everyone has a Rolex of sorts somewhere in life

  • Extraordinary feats: We are all called to be imitators of Christ

  • Married couples deserve our support, admiration

  • Parish share of capital/endowment campaign put to good use

  • Like turning weeds into flowers: Prayer changes us

  • New playground is fulfillment of ‘grand dream’ for Our Saviour students

  • Springfield Chapter Knights of Columbus to induct new members

  • Freshman enrollment up 46 percent at QU

  • Seminarians find true sense of spirituality in summer institute

  • Speaker at Edwardsville parish to witness on life after personal conversion

  • Paris parish church reopens after repairs from fire damage completed

  • Laurine Reiske scholarships awarded

  • When our labors here on earth have been completed

  • Why Catholic? Four-year adult formation program is based on catechism

  • Springfield Dominican Sisters welcome new novice

  • Last Ursuline graduating class begins ‘senior experience’

  • Irish archbishop traces family connection to Springfield diocese

  • New principals ready to take helm at seven diocesan schools

  • University of Dayton offers online learning for fall semester

  • Celebration planned for long-married couples

  • Adult enrichment/catechist formation opportunities offered

  • ‘Lot of work’ pays off for 4-H State Fair competitor

  • Christian County full of relaxing, interesting places to visit

  • Minute-taking important for Catholic organizations

  • Students in our hearts as they begin new school year

  • Official Appointment

  • Local group commissions feasibility study

  • Co-op Bar-B-Cue to benefit K. of C. councils

  • Sisters of Divine Providence elect new leadership

  • Decatur Catholic Charities elects four new board members

  • Assumption parish celebrates sesquicentennial

  • Pro-life day of prayer planned

  • Franciscan sisters to celebrate on Aug. 15

  • Assumption of Mary not only biblically plausible, but sign of hope for all

  • Symbols have profound message for those willing to understand

  • Trick is to live every day as if it were last day

  • Funeral Mass held for Father Rebert

  • Father Vomund keynote speaker for DCCW 79th annual convention Sept. 11 in Quincy

  • After 77 years, Viatorian priests no longer minister in Springfield diocese

  • Sister Josine recognized as Franciscan peacemaker

  • New diocesan Web site unveiled in July

  • QU to host Marriage Encounter Weekend

  • Parish programs help youth keep faith alive

  • Our Patron Saints

  • St. Francis Xavier celebrates sesquicentennial

  • Military wife’s inquiry brings about Mass from diocese on Web

  • Priest offers audio of weekly homily

  • Local delegates attend National Black Catholic Congress

  • Catholic apologetics takes patience, practice to be successful

  • Obituaries

  • Official Appointments

  • Rides on Calhoun County ferries are great start to day-trip getaways

  • Accepting God’s gracious gift of summer season

  • Youth encouraged to stay active in their churches

  • Diocese thanked for contribution

  • Local Knights Of Columbus councils receive Illinois Spirit Awards

  • St. Paul in Highland elects new officers for youth group

  • Our loss of civility: Whatever happened to being nice?

  • At Mass, no matter what language, we meet Jesus

  • Ss. Peter and Paul Class of ’56 meet for 51st time

  • CC food pantry appeals for donations

  • New chairman named for QU board of trustees

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