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  1. 021717 trump WASHINGTON, D.C. — People had been on edge for a while. You could feel the tension rise in immigrant neighborhoods in the U.S. as news of the first immigration raids under the Trump administration began in early February.

    Then...

  2. CHARLOTTE — Someone apparently stole mail from St. Matthew Church and tried to cash checks, according to a letter sent to parishioners from Monsignor John McSweeny.

    It appears that a theft from the mailbox on the church property occurred at the...

  3. 021717 rice bowl The season of Lent is marked by many traditions among Catholics in the United States. Symbolized by its ubiquitous card board box, CRS Rice Bowl has been a tradition for generations of Catholics.
    Beginning in 1975 as a...

  4. 021717 jubilarians CHARLOTTE — At the conclusion of the Mass for the World Day for Consecrated Life celebrated by Bishop Peter Jugis at St. Patrick Cathedral Feb. 4, 12 women religious were honored for their decades of service to the...

  5. CHARLOTTE — The Diocese of Charlotte Foundation recently reached the milestone of $40 million in assets.

    The foundation, established in 1994, provides a means for people and organizations to provide long-term financial stability for the diocese and its more than 181...

  6. 021717 kennedy lecture CHARLOTTE — Parishioners and friends filled St. Peter Church one recent Saturday morning to hear from someone who has wholeheartedly answered the Church’s call to go to the margins of society to stand with the weak, the despised...

  7. HUNTERSVILLE — The seventh Annual Catholic Men’s Conference will take place Saturday, March 4, at St. Mark Church in Huntersville.

    The theme of this year’s event is “Men with a Mission,” and will feature talks by Robert Rogers from “Mighty is...

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