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Ellendale

PIE IN THE SKY: Ellendale creates delectable dessert

By JOANNE FOX
Globe editor

ELLENDALE – Corn and soybean fields surround St. Joseph Church.

But you won’t find any of those ingredients in the parish’s famous, made-from-scratch apple pies.

“We can’t tell you the ingredients,” Betty Pridie said with a twinkle in her eye. “We’d have to kill you.”

Seriously, if you have the time to motor on Plymouth County Road K-22 on a Wednesday this month and walk down to the lower level of the church, the volunteers most likely will share what makes their apple pies so famous that they typically create more than 1,000 for sale each year and run out.

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By RENEE WEBB
Globe senior reporter

Spiritual refreshment comes in many ways.

Sabbaticals are a way for priests to become reenergized in their ministries. Typically these entail retreats, study programs or pilgrimages to sacred places.

One diocesan priest’s sabbatical involved time on a bicycle. A lot of it.

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Mississippi

By RENEE WEBB
Globe senior reporter

For years the parishes in Manson, Pomeroy and Rockwell City have had a tie to Immaculate Heart of Mary in Houston, Miss., as part of the sister parish ministry.

While there was a connection, the diocesan parishes didn’t feel a strong bond with their Southern sister because there was no personal tie.

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