The following events and opportunities are in the Anchorage Archdiocese.
In a proclamation released Jan. 22, Dunleavy declared the day “Right to Life Day” and said Alaska “must resolve to protect innocent human life at every stage.”
The report names 111 men, including 33 who served in Alaska — mostly in the 1950s through the 1970s. All but one of the men who served in Alaska is listed as deceased.
The middle schoolers spent three days sledding, playing in the snow, warming themselves around a campfire, competing in ping-pong and carpet ball and taking in spiritual inspiration.
Despite living through nine popes and experiencing more than a century of sacraments, Banish remained very much engaged with her spiritual journey right up until her death.
Nearly 12 years after sending priests to establish a religious community on the Kenai Peninsula, the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate are withdrawing from Alaska on July 1.