About 350 students walked out of class at 10 a.m. April 11 at Cathedral High School in St. Cloud. For 17 minutes they gathered in front of the main entrance holding signs and spending time in prayer, reading from Scripture, and in silence.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Minnesota, a mentoring network, creates lasting impact for local kids and families.
On April 13 and 14, the Regional V Encuentro will take place in Alexandria. It includes delegations from the U.S. church’s Region VIII, which covers all of Minnesota and North and South Dakota.
Micah Fleck, the April YAYA awards winner, blends her love of music with her love for the Catholic faith at the piano in her home parish of St. Elizabeth in Brennyville.
Some key observations Kresky has made involve taking a deeper look at lay leadership in the diocese.
What is the current situation of lay leadership in the Diocese of St. Cloud? What is envisioned moving forward?
Franciscan Sister Carol Schmit was elected as the 21st community minister and president of the Franciscan Sisters of Little Falls during the Delegate Assembly held in Little Falls Feb. 27 to March 2.
As Rome bureau chief for Catholic News Service, Cindy Wooden accompanies the pope on such adventures as flights aboard the papal airplane, and she is part of the Vatican reporters’ pool rotation for visits of heads of state.
To join in the anniversary celebration, The Visitor asked local Catholics to offer a word or phrase that best describes the Holy Father and/or his pontificate.
More than 100 people attended a workshop at St. John’s University in Collegeville Feb. 9 presented by Charles Zech, an economics and research professor emeritus at Villanova University in Pennsylvania.