The June 2019 archive of Daily News

Editorial: Remember the facts in the abortion debate

Posted by Megan Carlson

The abortion debate that has sometimes smoldered and sometimes raged since even before the 1973, when the travesty of the U.S. Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision was made, has flared dramatically in recent weeks. States are jockeying to position themselves for the possibility the court could overturn Roe. ... Read More »

Deacon Kyle Eller: Homemade pasta was a rebellion against the tyranny of efficiency

Posted by Megan Carlson

Last month, I had a couple of hours to myself at home. I’d been feeling a bit down. I needed supper. The easy chair and the Internet were beckoning — or, to use the correct verb, “tempting.” Deacon KyleEllerMere Catholicism

Instead, I switched things up. I decided to do ... Read More »

Betsy Kneepkens: Including faith in family travels enriches relationships.

Posted by Megan Carlson

With spring comes travel season for the Kneepkens household. There are plenty of events to attend with children in three different geographical areas outside the Northland. We have college events to attend, birthdays to celebrate, and we travel for sports for our two youngest. I enjoy the hopping from ... Read More »

June has many celebrations for us

Posted by Megan Carlson

This month of June boasts some significant liturgical feasts and diocesan celebrations. Bishop Paul SirbaFiat Voluntas Tua

The weekend of June 2 celebrates the Ascension of the Lord. Jesus commissioned his disciples to baptize in his name. He ascended to the Father and sits at His right hand in ... Read More »

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