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Faith

Faith Briefs for June 16

CDA meeting Monday Catholic Daughters of the Americas Court #1291 meeting will be after the 5:30 p.m. Mass on Monday in Carlin Hall. This will be the Priest Appreciation Potluck celebration. Please bring a favorite food dish to share; the meeting will follow. Recovering Pope visits ...

Faith Briefs for June 9

True Light Christian School honor roll True Light Christian School announced its 4th quarter honor roll: 5th grade: Mauren Brusven, Reese Livingston, Otto Meulebroeck, Roman Pflaum, Enzo Rock, Finn Ruud, Kyla Sprik, Jonathon Sternke, Miriam Wing. 6th grade: Kyper Brownlee, Ben Buss, Kanon ...

Faith Forum

Be not proud, for the Lord has spoken To the editor: Over 2,500 years ago, the prophet Jeremiah spoke to the people of Judah. As a whole nation, he called them evil. Why? For three reasons: they “refuse to hear my words,” “stubbornly follow their own heart,” and “have gone after ...

Faith Briefs for May 26

GriefShare program available Community members who have experienced the death of a family member or friend are invited to participate in a GriefShare program held at Holy Redeemer Church. This nondenominational program features Christ-centered, biblical teaching that focuses on grief topics ...

Faith Briefs for May 12

Larson to graduate from WTS Vicar Sara Larson will graduate on May 14 from Wartburg Theological Seminary in Dubuque, Iowa, and has completed her master of Divinity through WTS while serving at First Lutheran Church and at the Avera Hospital and Morningside Nursing Home in Marshall. In October ...

Let there be light

In what appears to be an obscure story in the Old Testament book of 1 Kings, we find Elijah the prophet being fed by ravens (the only bird known to hoard food); he is then by a starving widow from a place called Zarepheth. She obeys the prophet’s orders, as the Lord directed both of them to ...