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Grand Island volunteer finds symmetry, beauty in his faith

March 22, 2022

In but two years (1926-1928) St. Mary’s Cathedral in Grand Island was completed, a marriage of faith and engineering. Mike Kube, a member of St. Mary’s Cathedral, knows quite a bit about the juxtaposition of science and the divine. Kube is an accomplished civil engineer, having been on the Bureau of Reclamation team who worked […]

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Brothers and Sisters of Different Faiths Face Challenges Together in Mexico

March 3, 2020

In addition to receiving training on climate-sensitive agriculture techniques, program participants are finding common ground with people of other faiths and genders. In Southern Mexico politicians have used religion to divide communities. These divisions make it almost impossible for small communities to successfully organize and access government services like clean water or health services. But […]

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Gibault students’ farm project aids global development efforts

April 16, 2019

This article was originally published in the Messenger, the Catholic newspaper for the Diocese of Belleville, Illinois. By Suzanne Koziatek, Staff Writer Group will sow wheat on donated land, donate proceeds from their harvest Students at Gibault Catholic High School in Waterloo are digging deep to help families far away, as they join forces with a […]

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