High school students marching for changes, calling for tighter gun laws in the United States. High school students working for changes that their elders have been unable or unwilling to bring about.
In the coming weeks, the U.S. Supreme Court may loosen federal restrictions on sports gambling. As a result, many states have proactively drafted bills that would create regulated sports gambling industries at the state level — Minnesota included.
The exhibit “It’s All God’s Work” showcases the work of St. Benedict Monastery’s art needlework department, which was active for 101 years, closing in 1968. It gives special recognition to Sister Justina Knapp, director of the department for nearly 50 years.
Some 300 young people from around the world gathered in Rome March 19-24 to talk about the issues they are facing in the world today.
It’s not about getting it right, or perfect even; rather, it’s about making forward progress on our journeys.
Easter is the love of Christ proclaimed in capital letters on a billboard as wide as this world, in sky-writing across the universe, so that no one might miss it.
Rachel Joyce’s new novel “The Music Shop” is full of quirky characters, with music — specifically vinyl records — as a main theme.
Looking back on experiences and all that I learned from the many people and the many jobs I held, I think I get it. God was always with me.
Priests, deacons and parishioners from all over the diocese attended the annual Chrism Mass held Thursday, March 22 at the Cathedral of St. Mary in St. Cloud.