Catholic Charities of the Diocese of St. Cloud will have two staff members with offices at the new Pathways 4 Youth, an opportunity center opening in February to serve homeless youth between 16 and 23 years old.
Pope Francis has another way for people to chat with him about mission. It’s called MissioBot, created especially for people, like younger Catholics, who are digitally connected.
Bishop Kettler will offer a special blessing during the Mass for the hands of health workers in recognition of the caring outreach practiced by those in medical professions.
During the summer of 2017, the Catholic Foundation for the Diocese of St. Cloud has distributed grants totaling $229,863 to schools and parishes.
Catastrophe and Shenanigans aren’t just the names of sisters in “Church Ladies Hoopla” — those words describe the whole evening.
Up to 60 people from St. Leonard’s participated in gatherings during Lent as part of the local V Encuentro process forming two groups, one for Spanish speakers and one for English speakers.
El padre Joe Herzing comenzó el proceso del V Encuentro en las parroquias de Nuestra Señora de Lourdes y Santa María en Little Falls y la Sagrada Familia en Belle Prairie tocando los temas durante la misa y la oración. También se puso en contacto con las Hermanas Franciscanas de Little Falls que han trabajado […]
The parishes of Little Falls and Belle Prairie learned to stay connected and make the effort to be welcoming and open with the Hispanic families in the area.
A time capsule was discovered April 7, hidden in the cornerstone of the 108-year-old St. Adelbert School in Gilman.
Loecken became part of the Family Life Bureau Dec. 1, 1974. That was the beginning of 42 years with the office, which has had three name changes over the years.
Father LeRoy Scheierl returned June 29 from a fishing trip to an old Hudson’s Bay Company trading post in northwestern Ontario. The trip combined his favorite things — being immersed in history, celebrating Mass in a unique location and an enjoyable fishing experience.
Catholic listeners in the Perham area now have a low-power FM station — KXPM-LP 100.3. It has a range of eight to 20 miles from the antenna located on the 99-foot steeple of St. Henry Church in Perham. Previously the area was not served by a Catholic radio station. “The ‘KX’ of the station’s call […]