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FAITH

"My best advice as a faith leader is to seek out where you can find the Spirit, God’s active presence in the world, still at work. This can be in the talented medical staff taking care of your loved one; this could be in the network of friends who rally to your side. The Spirit is there, at work, somewhere."
"You can't deny that it was a case of bad luck ... that after taking all the precautions, there was a reporter there at the taxi rank," Francis said in the letter Martinez-Brocal shared with colleagues on Friday.
"Faith Conversations" writer Roxane B. Salonen catches up with the Brooks family to learn how the former journalist switched roles in his new career as a pastor.
Toddler Esther Kuper was in the hospital PICU at Children's Hospital in the Twin Cities for nearly a year after she was born. When she returned to Moorhead, there was reason for celebration, but it also took a lot of planning.

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"Let’s be blunt: Our kids are in trouble! If as faithful people we take the gospel seriously, we are commanded to care for those who are the most vulnerable among us. And who is more vulnerable than our children?"
For $22, families can get a share of food equivalent to $200 worth of groceries, with a variety of products like meat, fresh produce, cereal, snacks and baked goods, through Ruby's Pantry.
While many may only recognize the season in passing from the Christmas carol sung at Sunday school programs, the 12 Days of Christmas is of significance to Christians, even if they don’t realize it.
Roxane B. Salonen talks with locals about the Minnesota-based podcast and a digital ad that's up over Christmas and New Year's in New York City's Times Square.
Too often we celebrate the “grandest” of the Christmas season: the biggest decorations, the most expensive presents, the largest family get-togethers, the most dazzling light displays, and the most lavish food spreads.
Silently, whispering at best, I saw the revelation of a choir in the aisles of a grocery store.

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"I love the annual meeting because it is timeless, and it connects us to the founding members going back a hundred years. Truthfully, this is where I see 'church' happening ... where the corporeal body of Christ shows itself in all of its majesty."
At the root of rural America, at the core of modern agriculture and across both red and blue states, you’ll find faith-filled farmers and ranchers. Farmers harness the power of community, supporting one another in turbulent and joyous times.
The Rev. Dominique Buchholz said Minnesota State University Moorhead officials noticed last year, coming back from the COVID pandemic, that campus counseling resources were swamped. MSUM leaders wanted to fill this important void. So they brought on Buchholz as chaplain to provide free, confidential listening and spiritual care to anyone: students, faculty and staff.

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