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Cyclone victims survive amid devastating losses
Archbishop Donald W. Wuerl --
The role of the laity in church: Adult catechism outlines involvement
Fr. Ron Rolheiser -- Lessons learned by staying inside our 'cell'
Charlie Martin -- Finding success on your own: Don't waste a lot of time worrying about dating
Fr. John Dietzen -- Impotence: Impediment to marriage? Complete impotence is rare with modern medicine
Fr. Richard McBrien -- Benedict moves out of predecessor's shadow: Differences between John Paul, Benedict come across in recent actions, inactions
George Weigel -- Extend Pope Benedict's U.S. visit through new book: 'Questions and Answers' presents pope's responses to array of questions
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Meet Green Bay's 'Lemonade Club'
Book helps St. Bernard School librarian share her breast cancer battle with students
|LEMONDADE CLUB: St. Bernard School students and faculty gather around librarian Julie Lani, seated in rocking chair, on May 7. Lani, who recently completed chemotherapy in her fight against breast cancer, used the book "The Lemonade Club" to help students journey with her on her recovery. A banner in the background was created by Lani's daughter, Jacqui. (Sam Lucero photo)
By Sam Lucero
GREEN BAY -- As the librarian at St. Bernard School, Julie Lani enjoys reading and sharing books with students. This school year, while Lani was battling breast cancer, she and her students found solace in one of her library books, "The Lemonade Club."
Written by Patricia Polacco, The Lemonade Club is about a teacher, Miss Wichelman, and her fifth-grade class. When one of her students, Marilyn, is diagnosed with leukemia, Miss Wichelman's employs one of her favorite credos, "When life hands you lemons, you make lemonade." Full story ...
Computer software will help lighten load for parishes, schools in diocese
Son's brain injury forces family challenges
Area schools help raise funds to aid Reynebeau family
Last of the Franciscans
Sister's departure from Appleton hospital ends 135-year presence
Local Catholic gets part in 'Public Enemies'
Krauss among many who answered casting call as movie extra
Oshkosh family creates
scholarships in son's memory
Adam Gundlach LifeTeen Scholarship to assist Catholic youth
Five men to be ordained deacons May 17
Ordination at 10 a.m. at St. Francis Xavier Cathedral, Green Bay
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Reflection on the Readings by Auxiliary Bishop Morneau --
for May 18, 2008: Divine life and love through grace
Explaining the Scripture by Fr. Michael Stubbs --
for May 18, 2008: Look closely for the Holy Spirit
Editorial -- Lay ministries: Trump card in vocations crisis
Eye on the Capitol -- Racial disparity on drug cases needs attention
In Wisconsin, blacks 42 times more likely to receive prison term than whites
Foundations of Faith -- Catholic social teaching: Based in Gospel, lived today
The church exists in the modern world
Saint of the Day -- Vocation delayed by marriage
Husband and wife both had a call to religious life
Your Catholic Neighbor -- She 'let go and let God'
Surrendering her life to God leads Irene Skarban to happiness
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