Pope Francis has spent his papacy reflecting on the role of mothers in society and trying to bring that maternal warmth to the Catholic 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.
There are many misconceptions about mental health and the Catholic church can dispel some of those myths as well as offer a pastoral response.
More than 400 people gathered for Breakfast with the Bishop May 3 at the Gorecki Center at the College of St. Benedict in St. Joseph. The fourth annual event was a benefit for the Catholic Foundation’s Catholic Schools Student Scholarship Fund.
Many religious leaders viewed President Donald Trump’s executive order on religious freedom, which he signed in a White House Rose Garden ceremony May 4, as a step in the right direction.
President Donald Trump will visit the Vatican and meet with Pope Francis May 24 as part of his first foreign trip as president.
Placing flowers, lighting a candle and praying at the site where dozens of Coptic Orthodox Christians were killed by an Islamic State militant last year, Pope Francis and Coptic Orthodox Pope Tawadros II paid homage to those who were killed for their faith.
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.
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.