Deacon, wife offer update on Haiti mission

Photo Caption: Deacon Richard Hammond is surrounded by the people he serves in Haiti. By: By Jennifer Willems BARTONVILLE — For Americans, mud is something children love to play in and adults work to keep off of clothing, cars and carpeting. For the people of Haiti, it is something to mix with lard and salt […]

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Building home at King’s House

Photo Caption: Enjoying the unseasonably warm weather at King’s House in Henry are (from left) Sister Isabel Romero, Sister Juana Maria Sanchez, Sister Sonia Mancuello and Sister Silvia Tarafa. By: By Jennifer Willems HENRY — Good news travels fast, especially when prayers are being answered. That’s how the Servants of the Pierced Hearts of Jesus […]

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Sister Agnes: pioneer theologian still happily learning

Photo Caption: Sister Agnes Cunningham, SSCM, of Champaign was named one of seven “pioneering women” by St. Xavier University this summer. By: By Jennifer Willems CHAMPAIGN — As a child, Sister Agnes Cunningham, SSCM, wanted to be a trapeze artist, a detective and a dress designer, and it’s easy to believe that this talented, articulate […]

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HEART shown in Champaign at first youth workcamp

Photo Caption: Melissa Karigan washes a window for Champaign homeowner Marie Jackson. By: By Jennifer Willems CHAMPAIGN — When teens converged on Marie Jackson’s house towash windows, pull weeds, install kitchen cabinets and build a new wheelchair ramp as part of the first Catholic HEART Workcamp (CHWC) held in the Diocese of Peoria, she had […]

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70 years of marriage, one parish for Moline couple

Photo Caption: Irene and Merlyn Boostrom of Sacred Heart Parish in Moline were married on May 30, 1938. “We just always got along,” said Irene as the couple prepared to mark their 70th anniversary. By: By Jennifer Willems MOLINE — Irene DeGreve knew what year Merlyn Boostrom graduated from high school, she just didn’t realize […]

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Revelation readers see Mass, not world’s end

By: By Jennifer Willems Reading the Book of Revelation for clues about when the end of the world will take place is not only poor scholarship, but it also does an injustice to the vision of Christ and his church that the author intended, according to two men who have become fixtures at the Diocesan […]

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