City scales back new zoning regulations for religious institutions

In the face of overwhelming opposition by faith-based institutions, the Saint Paul Planning Commission has revised a proposed package of zoning regulations that would have restricted a broad spectrum of programs and services by religious institutions.Many property uses that the…

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Families waiting for a home find comfort at Provincial House

Sisters of St. Joseph give big lift to Interfaith Action. For the past nine months, families facing homelessness have found shelter and sustenance at the Provincial House of the Sisters of Saint Joseph of Carondelet (CSJ), 1880 Randolph Ave. Through…

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The first family moves into Interfaith Action's Project Home at the Provincial House, 1880 Randolph Ave.

Interfaith Action gets permit for Randolph Ave. homeless shelter

Families experiencing homelessness begin moving into Interfaith Action’s Project Home at the Provincial House this week following the Saint Paul Planning Commission approval of a conditional use permit for the emergency shelter. The first family moves into Interfaith Action's Project…

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Interfaith Action unveils plan for new Randolph Avenue homeless shelter

A former nunnery in Highland Park could become an emergency shelter for between 22 and 30 families who would otherwise be homeless. The Sisters of Saint Joseph of Carondolet (CSJ) are considering leasing their old Provincial House at 1880 Randolph…

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