Youth & young adult

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Rock and religion

“Theology of the body teaches people how to live love. Love, lived out rightly, is such a beautiful thing, a freeing thing, said Scheuerman. “I think that we need to realize what real love is,…
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Beads prepared

“It feels good to give rosaries for the soldiers who are fighting for our country,” said Mahr. “Soldiers really want to have something like this.”
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12th man

On Nov. 28, the Centralia Panthers captured their first state title, the Class 2-1A championship, by knocking off the king of the mountain — Smith Center — in overtime by a score of 20-12. Until…
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Kid rock

“We’ve made a conscious effort to leave things in God’s hands,” he said. “And it has worked out beautifully, because certainly God writes things more smoothly than we ever could for ourselves.”
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Nuns vs. Nintendo

“The best part is that the staff, residents, and students are able to have positive and ongoing interaction one-on-one,” she said. “This will be something that young and old can do together.”
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Bella takes a bow

As part of the Cheapside Company Chorus, Bella will sing and dance her way through 11 performances of “Scrooge: The Musical.” Her parents are as impressed with her talent as they are inspired by her…
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That championship feeling

“Football gives them the opportunity to succeed, have camaraderie, and build character,” he said. “If our players go on to play in high school or college, that’s just the icing on the cake.”