A blood red river flows from the doors of the “Church of Saint Trifon,” an otherwise black and white work from 1979 by artist Tatiana Levitskaia.
Articles By: Bob Zyskowski
“Pope John XXIII Announces First Ecumenical Council Since 1870, Expected in One Year”
— Headline, The Catholic Bulletin, Jan. 30, 1959
When The Catholic Spirit put out a call for anecdotes about the late Father James M. “Scooter” Lavin, graduates of St. Thomas recalled fondly the priest who was a fixture in the Ireland Hall dormitory, on the St. Paul campus and across the Twin Cities.
There’s a new way the good news of Catholic schools is being shared in the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis.
In mostly “by-the-numbers” measures, good things are happening at Catholic schoos in the Twin Cities area.
These are the agreed-upon, non-negotiable ways to see if your Catholic school can be called a Catholic school.
A half-day event gave Catholic Schools superintendent Martie Frauenheim an opportunity to give her “state of the schools” report that referred extensively to the progress made on the recommendations of the “Reinvesting in Our Future” initiatives and the goals for this year in the initiatives’ four focus areas: governance, educational excellence, advancement and funding models.
Eight-year-old’s vision leads to creation of Simon Says Give charity
“Small Mercies: Glimpses of God in Everyday Life” is an easy reading collection of anecdotes from which Nancy Jo Sullivan has reached back and harvested the God moments.
Corpus Christi parish in Roseville used elements of the Archdiocesan Stewardship Toolkit last year when it was first introduced.