“Many Gifts, One Nation” is an online, 24-hour giving campaign for individuals to donate to local Catholic schools.
From the first day Seth Lardy entered the world just 26 weeks into his mother’s pregnancy, weighing in at 1 pound, 13 ounces, he would begin fighting for life. Seth, now 27, and his twin brother Cord both survived the early arrival. Seth long believed God spared his life so he could serve the Lord […]
On Jan. 5, five students from St. Katharine Drexel School in St. Cloud were welcomed into the Catholic Church through the waters of baptism in the presence of their families, godparents and entire school community.
Sydney Stracke, a 22 year-old aspirant of the Missionaries of Charity religious order in Chicago, has always had a hunger and passion for her faith and is eager to learn about it and to share it with others.
Father Bryan Massingale, a professor of theological and social ethics at Fordham University in New York City and author of the book “Racial Justice and the Catholic Church,” will deliver the keynote speech for Dr. Martin Luther King Week activities at the College of St. Benedict and St. John’s University.
During Advent, students of all ages from around the St. Cloud Diocese were invited to create a toy or game using only reused, recycled or common items found around one’s house or classroom for the annual Advent Toy Contest sponsored by the St. Cloud Mission Office.
A breakfast Jan. 7 jointly hosted by the Knights of Columbus 7057, St. Joseph Parish in St. Joseph and the Sisters of St. Benedict garnered $2,033 to benefit Colegio San Benito, a kindergarten through ninth-grade school in Humacao, Puerto Rico.
Youth in grades six, seven and eight from around the diocese gathered at St. John’s University Jan. 7 for the annual Junior High Youth Rally. The event is a gathering of the young diocesan church to celebrate being Catholic through Eucharist, learning about the faith and having fun together
The Hill Museum and Manuscript Library at St. John’s University will be featured on the CBS news program “60 Minutes” at 6 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 24.
Couple believe in giving back to the community as a part of their Catholic faith through tithing a percentage of their profits from the sale of the trees at their Christmas tree farm.