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  •  Mallory Norrell, a faithful youth from the Diocese of Duluth has passed away. A memorial fund for Camp Survive Scholarships has been set up in her name. CLICK HERE for Mallory's story and information on how to support the youth of our Diocese in her name as they attend Camp Survive, an experience close to Mallory's heart. Mallory Monica, please pray for us and the youth of the Diocese of Duluth!
  • The annual Respect Life Essay Contest sponsored by the Department of Marriage and Family Life of the Diocese of Duluth has begun. The essay strives to promote the ability of middle- and high-school students to articulate the argument for respecting life. This years’ theme is “Be Not Afraid.” Students in middle school, grades 5-8, and high-school, grades 9-12, are eligible. All parish and Catholic school entries must be submitted in the same envelope and postmarked by December 8, 2017.  You may also see guidelines on the diocesan website or contact Betsy Kneepkens at (218) 722-9111.
  • MEN’S CONFERENCE: The seventh annual Men of Faith Conference will be held Feb. 17, at Marshall School in Duluth. This year’s theme is “Men of the Spirit.” The guest speaker is Peter Herbeck, vice president and director of missions for Renewal Ministries. He is a co-host of the weekly EWTN television programs “The Choices We Face” and “Crossing the Goal.” He also hosts the daily radio show “Fire on the Earth.” Registration and information is available at www.duluthcatholicmen.org.
  • WOMEN’S CONFERENCE: The sixth annual diocesan Women’s Conference will be held Feb. 24 at Marshall School in Duluth. This year's theme is “Beyond Me,” and the speakers are Teresa Tomeo and Father Jim Sichko. More details to be announced.