In honor of National Vocation Awareness Week, Nov. 5-11, The Visitor is featuring “snapshots” of the diocese’s newest seminarians, who share something about themselves and their vocational calling. Meet Nathanial Daubner.
The Visitor invites young artists across the diocese to complete and then illustrate this sentence: “I unwrap the real gift of Christmas when I …”
Groundbreaking for a new Cathedral High School academic building is anticipated for summer 2018 with occupancy
in time for the 2019-2020 school year, according to a news release from the school Oct. 31.
For this year’s commemoration of National Vocation Awareness Week, the Vocation Office picked the theme, “The Priesthood: Offering Hope and Healing.”
Seventeen-year-old Alaina Laing from St. Benedict Parish in Avon has taken ownership of her faith. While it continues to blossom, she said the roots have always been strong.
At the annual youth rally, young people from across the diocese gather to celebrate their faith with one another. During the rally, Nashville-based singer, song writer and speaker, Sarah Hart, gave the keynote presentation. Her talk included stories of people from the Bible that were “all in,” who said yes to God even when it […]
About 50 people weathered a 45-minute tour, called the “Back from the Dead Cemetery Walk,” through Assumption Cemetery in St. Cloud in the early evening Oct. 27, encountering dramatic stories and enactments with martyrs and saints.
Mission is an adventure with God into a new world. Maryknoll Father Shaun Crumb, whose home parish is Sacred Heart in Glenwood, was ordained in 2015 and is currently serving in China.
Pope Francis has another way for people to chat with him about mission. It’s called MissioBot, created especially for people, like younger Catholics, who are digitally connected.
While in Minnesota Sept. 20 to Oct. 3, the 16 delegates from Homa Bay, Kenya — a sister diocese to St. Cloud — experienced everything from bowling and four-wheeling to raking leaves and square dancing to beautiful expressions of worship and prayer.
The fourth annual Act-oberfest variety show drew a crowd to the Falls Ballroom in Little Falls Oct. 15. Eleven acts entertained the audience with songs, skits and comedy to raise $4,580 for youth activities in the Diocese of St. Cloud. The show was organized by the Catholic Foundation for the Diocese of St. Cloud. Area […]