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But the Rev. Robert Altier still insists the pandemic is a "lie.''
He oversaw a team in the employee assistance program at Ceridian Corp., and also worked as a nonprofit consultant, his wife said.
Strong economy, interfaith marriages and new migration drive trend.
Catholic priests — all faith leaders — are supposed to steer clear of endorsing political leaders, at minimum from the pulpit. But the two incendiary speeches reveal that the country's polarized political climate is drifting through some church doors.
More fallout from the abuse reports against David Haas, one of the nation's most popular composers of Catholic liturgical music.
In-person donations have shrunk or evaporated. While online donations have jumped, faith leaders worry that could dwindle.
David Haas, who worked at Benilde-St. Margaret, St. Paul Seminary and St. Catherine's, has been accused of sexual misconduct toward multiple young women who studied with him over the years.
Mutual aid societies revived to help with riot losses, pandemic
The Rev. John LeVoir oversaw the diocese during sexual abuse lawsuits and bankruptcy.
A group of Twin Cities Black pastors has been discussing a proposal with Gov. Tim Walz to create a Minnesota "social compact" that would forge new investments and public policies to begin erasing racial inequities.