Many attended one of several informational forums taking place at parishes around the diocese intended to educate and inform Mexican citizens of their civil and human rights.
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.
The USCCB’s assistant director of the Secretariat of Cultural Diversity in the Church, Alejandro Aguilera-Titus, will speak on the theme “Building Intercultural Competence for Ministers” at Leadership Day April 27 in St. Joseph. The day is designed for both lay and ordained ministry leaders from around the Diocese of St. Cloud.
With the water crises in many states, we must affirm through public policy measures currently being considered at the Capitol that we our committed to providing clean, drinkable water is a concern to all Minnesotans.
Jesus is the risen shepherd who takes upon his shoulders “our brothers and sisters crushed by evil in all its varied forms,” Pope Francis said before giving his solemn Easter blessing.
Catechist, Jeff Mo prepared Daniel Stellmach as he went through the RCIA process. He provided support, answering questions and challenged himself to know his faith more deeply.
St. Boniface School in Cold Spring is remembered by many as it celebrates 100 years of faith-filled education.
The first three refugee families from Syria welcomed by the Vatican left their temporary homes to start their new lives in Italy, and three new families took their places in Vatican apartments.
Congress must “seize this moment” to address access, affordability, life and conscience, said three U.S. bishops’ committee chairmen.
“Thérèse: The Story of a Soul,” is a live one-woman drama performed by actress Audrey Ahern by Saint Luke Productions, a Catholic theater ministry based in the state of Washington, dedicated to evangelizing and renewing the culture.
By partnering with local agencies as service sites for the Franciscan Community Volunteers, young adults, usually ages 21-30, work in areas like homeless outreach, after-school youth programs and domestic abuse programs. They are committed to the three pillars of the program: meaningful service, intentional community living and Franciscan spirituality.