AM 1180 K-YES Radio is gearing up for its seventh annual banquet Oct. 16 at River’s Edge Convention Center in St. Cloud.
Nationally, seminary formation has come under scrutiny following allegations that former-Cardinal Theodore McCarrick sexually harassed seminarians, and that sexual misconduct has been tolerated in some seminaries.
The Visitor has launched “Minnesota Catholic Podcasts,” a new venture designed to bring listeners uplifting messages, engaging dialogue and challenging discourse on topics impacting Catholics today.
First responders and emergency services personnel from around the St. Cloud Diocese gathered for a “Blue Mass” in their honor Sept. 13 at St. Mary’s Cathedral in St. Cloud. The event also included a recognition of years of service, a blessing for all emergency workers and a reception after the Mass.
Members of the diocesan Presbyteral Council heard reports about the diocese’s pastoral planning process, adult lay education efforts and the diocese’s plan to file for bankruptcy reorganization at their meeting Sept. 18 at the Chancery in St. Cloud.
Peace Day provides a global shared date for all humanity to commit to peace beyond all differences and to contribute to building a culture of peace.
Kevin Powers, the superintendent of the Catholic Community Schools system in the St. Cloud area, announced Sept. 14 that he is resigning, effective Dec. 15.
On Sept. 15 and 16, a second collection will be taken in parishes of the St. Cloud Diocese to benefit CCHD with twenty-five percent of the funds collected remaining in the diocese to support local anti-poverty projects.