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July 18, 2014
In retrospect, it seemed almost inevitable that the Congregation of Holy Cross would be entrusted with Sacred Heart Parish in Colorado Springs, Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish in Manitou Springs and Holy Rosary Chapel in Cascade. But according to Bishop Emeritus Richard Hanifen, it was no less than the Holy Spirit that brought the order to the churches.
 

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By VERONICA AMBUUL
In retrospect, it seemed almost inevitable that the Congregation of Holy Cross would be entrusted with Sacred Heart Parish in Colorado Springs, Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish in Manitou Springs and Holy Rosary Chapel in Cascade. But according to Bishop Emeritus Richard Hanifen, it was no less than the Holy Spirit that brought the order to the churches.
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Colorado bishops issue statement on judge’s same-sex marriage ruling
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COLORADO SPRINGS. The bishops of Colorado strongly criticized a July 9 district court ruling declaring the state’s marriage amendment, which defines marriage as between one man and one woman, to be unconstitutional.
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By FATHER ROBERT BARRON
John Green’s novel The Fault in Our Stars has proven to be wildly popular among young adults in the English speaking world, and the recently released film adaptation of the book has garnered both impressive reviews and a massive audience. A one-time divinity school student and Christian minister, Green is not reluctant to explore the “big” questions, though he doesn’t claim to provide anything like definitive answers. In this, he both reflects and helps to shape the inchoate, eclectic spirituality that holds sway in the teen and 20-something set today. After watching the film however, I began to wonder whether his Christian sensibility doesn’t assert itself perhaps even more clearly and strongly than he realizes.
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By FATHER ROBERT BARRON
John Green’s novel The Fault in Our Stars has proven to be wildly popular among young adults in the English speaking world, and the recently released film adaptation of the book has garnered both impressive reviews and a massive audience. A one-time divinity school student and Christian minister, Green is not reluctant to explore the “big” questions, though he doesn’t claim to provide anything like definitive answers. In this, he both reflects and helps to shape the inchoate, eclectic spirituality that holds sway in the teen and 20-something set today. After watching the film however, I began to wonder whether his Christian sensibility doesn’t assert itself perhaps even more clearly and strongly than he realizes.
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