The Catholic Church has a rich tradition that encourages us to respect and reach out to people with mental health conditions.
What was the most important lesson this year’s graduates learned in high school? How has their faith influenced them? What are their plans for the future? The Visitor asked Catholic high schools and parishes across the diocese to choose graduating seniors to be profiled for this section.
Catholic high school students from St. John’s Preparatory School learn organization, management of funds, public speaking, time management and how to work with nonprofit organizations and share with the community in the St. Cloud Farmers Market.
The St. Cloud Hospital chapel enhancement project has a way of extending welcome to people who walk by.
Benedictine Brother Efrain Rosado Casanova will be ordained to the priesthood at 10 a.m., Saturday, May 20, at St. John’s Abbey in Collegeville during a community Eucharist. Bishop Donald Kettler will be the celebrant with Benedictine Abbot John Klassen and Bishop Juan Vargas of the Diocese of Coroico, Bolivia, concelebrating. Born in Merida, Mexico, Brother […]
“Best Practices for Optimal Care in Alzheimer’s and Dementia” is the title of a training offered from 10 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. Tuesday, June 6, at Windfeldt Room, CentraCare Health Plaza, St. Cloud. It is sponsored by the Faith Community Nurse Partnership of Central Minnesota. A dementia expert will discuss best practices across the care […]
The 27th Annual Diocesan Council of Catholic Women Fun, Food & Fund Day will be held Thursday, June 15, at St. Ann Church.
The inspiration of Sister Maria Lucia of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart, one of the Fatima children, brought about an a challenge to dig deeper into Mary’s message and awaken her faith.
Two-year Archbishop Harry J. Flynn Catechetical Institute will engage St. Andrew Church in Elk River participants in four modules on the creed, sacraments, moral life and prayer.