There are many misconceptions about mental health and the Catholic church can dispel some of those myths as well as offer a pastoral response.
The tradition of Divine Mercy Sunday celebrated 35th anniversary with about 250 people gathered at the shrine located in St. Paul Church in Sauk Centre.
The workshop series given by the Diocese of St. Cloud is an effort to renew and excite the parish community around the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults.
Nominations for the 2017 Humanae vitae Award are open until May 31. They may be mailed to the diocesan Office of Marriage and Family, Natural Family Planning Advisory Committee, 305 7th Ave. N., Suite 100, St. Cloud, MN 56303; faxed to 320-258-7658; or emailed to email@example.com. The St. Cloud Diocese will host its annual Humanae […]
Ministry leaders from more than 40 parishes, religious communities and other Catholic organizations attended Leadership Day April 27 in St. Joseph, where they participated in an interactive presentation on “Building Intercultural Competence for Ministers.”
Students at All Saints Academy in St. Joseph celebrated Superhero Day April 28 — an event to raise awareness about children’s cancer and funds for the University of Minnesota Children’s Hospital and the Nicholas P. Koenig H.E.R.O. Foundation
Before the 1900s, a few Catholic families of Irish and German descent settled in and around Brooten. Having no church of their own, the majority attended Mass in the neighboring parishes of Padua and Belgrade. Because of the hardships, especially in winter, and the desire to attend Mass and the sacraments, the people of Brooten […]
A time capsule was discovered April 7, hidden in the cornerstone of the 108-year-old St. Adelbert School in Gilman.
Benedictine Sister Delores Dufner will receive the Christus Rex award from Valparaiso University’s Institute of Liturgical Studies at their annual conference April 24-26 in Valparaiso, Indiana.
Surrounded by the glow of the new Easter candle, members of the religious community and their guests keep vigil throughout the night, marking each of these seven “night watches” with song, prayer, symbolic rituals and silence.