Monthly Archives: September 2010

Old house once again sought after place for Columbans

The Columban summer home in Kuling provided priests with a place of rest in comfortable surroundings in the Lushan Mountains. The intense summer heat of central China encouraged people to find a cool refuge in the mountains. Beginning in 1890 …

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Walking from the Shadows – Part 1

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Mitch, The Cat

Peruvian pet ownership is full of interesting things. It does not seem to be a surprise for anyone here, except Dan and I, when street dogs make an entrance into the chapels and wander around the altar while Mass is …

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AITECE (Teaching in China) Application

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Veronica: Social Justice and Friendship

I started interning with the Columban Center for Advocacy and Outreach in July 2009. I then did the fall 2009 internship program as the migration intern concentrating on border issues. That fall, Sandra Flores was an intern from American University. …

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Walking from the Shadows – Part 2

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Columbans hosting retreat in Chicago

Let All Creation Sing God’s Praises! You’re invited to a Columban 1-day retreat; Come join us as we sing God’s praises! St. Columban’s International Theologate 5103 South Ellis Avenue, Chicago, IL Saturday, Nov. 13th from 9am-4pm For more information and …

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Walking from the Shadows – Part 3

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Newspaper asks, ‘What do you want from us’

The leading newspaper in the violent border city of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, published an extraordinary editorial after one of its young photographers was slain last week. Read the Story at NPR.org