Week of May 25, 2005

Catholics increasingly explore option of cremations, permitted by Church since 1963

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Activities and information from across Northern Colorado
Local News

Denver man ordained a Dominican priest
Catholic school raises $1,600 for injured young man
Our Lady of Fatima School honors namesake with May crowning
Six Hispanic women honored as ‘madrinas’ for generosity to the community
Celebrating a renaissance: Latin Mass at Boulder parish
Mullen High boys and girls capture state track titles
Workshop to promote Catholic culture in the home
St. Pius X celebrates World Market Day
Grads were helped to overcome obstacles through Boys Hope Girls Hope
14 religious sisters and order priests recognized for jubilee anniversaries
Annual Vocations Walk at Cabrini Shrine set June 11
Corpus Christi Mass and procession to honor solemnity, Year of Eucharist
Machebeuf wins first state baseball championship
Sister Victor Marie Jackson, C.S.J., dies at 78
St. Catherine math teacher receives ‘outstanding’ award
Elder citizens treated to a ‘senior prom’ by Mullen students
Catholic high school graduates earn nearly $30 million in scholarships
Abbey bell tower blessing
Resilient Guppy Fest still splashing since its Denver World Youth Day origins
Mullen senior Ashley Tait seeks 4A golf title

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Poll finds majority of Americans oppose embryonic stem-cell research
Terri Schiavo’s parents meet pope at end of his general audience
U.S. Catholics urged to observe day of prayer for Blessed Kateri
Enthusiastic crowd welcomes Bush to Catholic prayer breakfast
Jean Vanier of L’Arche receives Knights’ Gaudium et Spes Award