Young people from around the diocese reflect on how mission has impacted their lives.
Lorenzo Sanchez, from Assumption Parish in Morris, felt the V Encuentro process help him to be able to re-encounter with Christ and know that he is alive, reaffirm his baptismal commitment to be disciples of Jesus and bring the good news to everyone.
The diocese is embarking on a new chapter of communications ministry: The Visitor will transition to a magazine format.
Kay King, a community educator for the National Alliance on Mental Illness in Minnesota, spoke at the annual parish social ministry gathering Oct. 13 at St. Louis Church in Paynesville on mental health and the role of faith communities in helping individuals and families struggling with those issues.
Deacon Fred St. Jean is retiring after 35 years of ordained ministry with St. Andrew Parish in Elk River.
Brenda Kresky, diocesan planning director, unveiled a preliminary draft of the 2019 pastoral plan at the annual clergy conference.
Victim assistance coordinator Roxanne Storms talks about her role in supporting and advocating for survivors of abuse.
Much loved custodian, Jeff Schilling, saw Jesus in everybody and was remembered by the community as the soul of Mary of Lourdes school.
Eight people from the St. Cloud Diocese traveled to Grapevine, Texas, to participate in the V National Encuentro Sept. 20-23.