Madison Catholic Herald
Rosary: Finding healing from beads to bowling balls Print
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Written by Kat Wagner, Catholic Herald Staff   
Thursday, Oct. 08, 2009 -- 12:00 AM

The Rosary. The word, which in Latin, rosarius, means a garland of roses, evokes images of fingers running across a strand of well-worn beads, of the steady murmurings of well-worn prayers.

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Catholic radio station has new studio, new local show Print
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Written by Kat Wagner, Catholic Herald Staff   
Thursday, Oct. 08, 2009 -- 12:00 AM

MADISON -- The new studio for Relevant Radio 1240 AM is starting to look a little more like home.

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Women's Ignatian retreat at Durward's Glen Print
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Thursday, Oct. 08, 2009 -- 12:00 AM

DURWARD'S GLEN -- A silent Ignatian women's retreat, with spiritual exercises preached by the Priests of Miles Christi, begins at Durward's Glen on Friday, Oct. 23, with registration at 4 p.m. The retreat continues through Sunday Mass ending by 4:30 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 25.

The fee for this three-day retreat is $175 and includes the retreat house rental, room and board, meals, and a minimum travel expense for the preachers.

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Diocesan-wide schools congress culminates planning process Print
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Written by Michael Lancaster, For the Catholic Herald   
Thursday, Oct. 08, 2009 -- 12:00 AM
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A teacher helps a student at Our Lady Queen of Peace School, Madison, at the beginning of the school year. (Catholic Herald file photo)

MADISON -- Over the course of the past year the Office of Catholic Schools has undertaken a major planning effort to help set the direction of Catholic schools in the Diocese of Madison.

The goal of the process is to develop a plan that will strengthen Catholic schools throughout all areas of the diocese, ensuring that they are available, affordable, and accessible in the near future and for generations to come.

Meetings have been held in over 16 locations throughout the diocese. Over 100 people have generously given their time and talent to serve as members of the core teams and steering committee and over 1,000 people answered our survey on Catholic schools while hundreds more attended task force meetings this past summer. In all, over 2,000 people throughout the diocese have participated in the planning process.

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Parish cooks up faith and family Print
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Thursday, Oct. 01, 2009 -- 12:00 AM

MADISON -- Erika Frederick never guessed the path to family and faith would be paved with peanut butter and marshmallows.

But when she capped her work on the Our Lady Queen of Peace cookbook with a cooking class for her kids and some of their friends, she found the connection. As the children dug in to mix and form "Crispy Cereal Roll-ups," she saw them learning lessons of working as a team, sharing values, and building memories.

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