In the St. Paul school district, like many other school districts around the country, students need the permission of a parent or guardian to take medication during the school day.
Articles By: Joe Towalski
Minnesota baseball fans who have visited Target Field are familiar with the lineup of retired numbers hanging near the left field foul pole — all belonging to Twins, except for one: No. 42.
Meeting with journalists a few days after his election, Pope Francis talked about how difficult it is for the media to cover the Church as a spiritual institution. Many reporters, it seems, fail to understand that a conclave is more about prayer than politicking, more about responding to the promptings of the Holy Spirit than what the latest polls may show.
Hundreds of catechumens and candidates seeking full initiation into the Catholic Church will gather Feb. 17, the first Sunday of Lent, for the Rite of Election and Call to Continuing Conversion at the Cathedral of St. Paul and the Basilica of St. Mary in Minneapolis.
Archbishop John Nienstedt said he was surprised like everyone else around the world when he heard the news about Pope Benedict’s resignation for health reasons.
Among the most difficult medical decisions are those that must be made when patients can no longer speak for themselves. For that reason, more people are turning to various forms of “advance directives” to outline their wishes regarding medical treatment ahead of time.
The search committee charged with finding a new superintendent of Catholic schools for the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis is currently seeking candidates for the position and hopes to conduct initial interviews sometime in the spring, said committee chair Barbara Shaw.
Notre Dame Academy will be the name of the new regional Catholic school opening this fall in the west metro area. The name was chosen by Archbishop John Nienstedt following input from the local Catholic community.
Archdiocese launches new thematic tagline to help convey ‘who we are and what we stand for’
As the Minnesota Legislature convened Jan. 8, the head of the public policy voice of the state’s Catholic bishops said the MCC would be monitoring a variety of issues ranging from poverty relief and pro-life concerns to human trafficking and the creation of the state’s health care exchange.
The new Rediscover: initiative will help you deepen your faith and better equip you to share it with others
Have you been reading your copy of “Rediscover Catholicism: A Spiritual Guide to Living with Passion and Purpose” that you received from your parish last month?