On Sept. 14, Quiet Oaks will celebrate nine years of caring for residents and their families during their 10th annual Autumn Reflections event which aims to raise awareness as well as funds for Quiet Oaks
Bishop Donald Kettler presided at Mass during this year’s Catholic Charities Rural Life Celebration at the Joe and Toni Borgerding farm near Belgrade Aug. 13.
More than 400 people gathered for Breakfast with the Bishop May 3 at the Gorecki Center at the College of St. Benedict in St. Joseph. The fourth annual event was a benefit for the Catholic Foundation’s Catholic Schools Student Scholarship Fund.
St. Boniface School in Cold Spring is remembered by many as it celebrates 100 years of faith-filled education.
For Catholic Schools Week, Rockhouse studio welcomed Catholic school students for recording session for a fundraiser CD.
Students from St. Cloud area Catholic schools gathered in the North Gym at Cathedral High School Feb. 1 for a Catholic Schools Week Mass with Bishop Donald Kettler. Campus ministry students from Cathedral High School and St. John’s Prep School planned the event, which drew more than 2,000 students.
Pro-life advocates gathered Jan. 22 at the Minnesota State Capitol for the 44th March for Life. The annual event, sponsored by Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life, marks the anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court’s Jan. 22, 1973, Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton decisions and commemorates the lives lost to abortion. Parishioners from around […]
For the past five years, a small group of parishioners have been bringing that tradition to Sacred Heart Parish in Sauk Rapids. The St. Arnold Society meets monthly at the parish to brew, taste and talk about beer.
St. Mary of Mount Carmel Church in Long Prairie was filled to capacity Dec. 11 to celebrate the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, which is Dec. 12. Children of the parish started off the festive event, gathering around the statue of Mary singing and offering flowers. After Mass, parishioners stayed to watch a re-enactment […]
Youth from Holy Cross Church in Butler raised money to invest in microloans that will help people in developing countries start their own businesses.