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The outsiders

I was chatting to a friend recently about not really fitting in with church. He pointed out that Jesus spent most of his time with the outsiders, the ones that didn’t fit in. 681 more words

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U.S. Attorney, St. Anthony Apparently Settle Lawsuit

ST. ANTHONY, Minn. (AP) — The U.S. government has apparently reached a settlement with the city of St. Anthony over a proposed Islamic center.

U.S. Attorney Andrew Luger planned to hold a news conference Tuesday afternoon on the results of settlement negotiations. 115 more words

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Funding available for Franciscans

Are you a Franciscan Friar, Sister or Secular or part of a Franciscan volunteer service program like FrancisCorps? Are you thinking of a project that would provide direct service to the poor or marginalized or care for creation? 108 more words

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Authorities Seeking 2 Suspects In Armed GameStop Robbery

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Authorities say two masked men robbed a GameStop in St. Anthony Tuesday evening – one armed with a pistol.

At 8:35 p.m., two men entered the store and grabbed numerous gaming systems and fled by stealing an employee’s car (picture below). 69 more words

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Going out into the 'desert'

The monastic life has always been seen austere, solitary, or celibate, not least because the Father of Monasticism, St Anthony the Great, began his journey into monastic life by going out into the desert to find God. 540 more words

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Daily Devotional for November 26: Who Can be Saved?

The Scripture reading for November 26, 2014 is Luke 18:15-17, 26-30 (Gospel) and can be found here.

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Then they also brought infants to Him that He might touch them; but when the disciples saw it, they rebuked them. 814 more words

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The pursuit of community

It’s been an interesting few days. I have been challenged recently about the importance of community in terms of pursuing our walk with God. At the end of last week, I thought that maybe that is what holds the old institutional church together. 268 more words

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