Dianne Johnson, a registered nurse in Minneapolis, almost quit her job 10 years ago. After 30 years in health care, she was frustrated, burnt out and felt empty, like she had nothing more to give.
“Son of God” premieres in theaters nationwide Feb. 28. It tells the story of Jesus through the eyes of an elderly St. John — the only apostle who did not meet a martyr’s fate — on the isle of Patmos.
“Francesco, the Musical” is based on the life of St. Francis of Assisi and shares lessons about gratitude, humility and finding joy, even in struggle.
At the annual Archdiocesan Men’s Conference March 22, former pro-hockey player Brian Bonin will present “Men of this World or Men of God: Where are the Sports of Today Leading You and Your Family?”
“Son of God” is a beautifully filmed movie about the life of Jesus from his birth, through his ministry, crucifixion and resurrection.
Open Window Theatre’s next production, “A Man for All Seasons,” is the story of Sir Thomas More — who became St. Thomas More in 1935 — and his struggles with religious liberty in the 1530s.
These are not easy times for Catholic journalism, which no less than its secular counterpart has been deeply unsettled by technologically driven changes in how readers and viewers receive and share information. The disruption seems bound to continue indefinitely and there is no consensus about where it will lead.
When he was a young boy, Richard Rossi insisted that his dad get general-admission tickets behind right field at old Forbes Field in Pittsburgh so he could be as close as possible to his boyhood idol, Roberto Clemente.
The outcome of several 2 a.m. shifts at St. Mark’s adoration chapel surprised Benjamin Brekke.
Like many people, Brekke found comfort and peace during his weekly hour with Jesus, but he also found a challenge. God questioned Brekke, “What are you going to do with the talents I have given you?”