• Telegram for the victims of coach accident in Switzerland
• Stations of the Cross dedicated to the family
• Holy See and Mozambique ratify their 2011 agreement
• Presentation of the Holy Father’s book on The Doctrine of the Church in St. Augustine
• Other Pontifical acts
Joseph Kuharski, a member of St. Charles Borromeo in St. Anthony who is in his second year of theological studies for the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis, was among 55 seminarians instituted to the ministry of acolyte on March 4 during a Mass at the Pontifical North American College in Rome.
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Benilde-St. Margaret’s School in St. Louis Park will offer 18 different summer camps to the public this year.
Crushing their goals and pulling away from prior-year benchmarks, Catholic schools participating in the Catholic United Financial 2012 Annual Catholic Schools Raffle raised $611,290 this year to support Catholic education in Minnesota, South Dakota and North Dakota.
Men need a reason, an opportunity, to get together to discover how their faith matters in their everyday life, according to leading Catholic author Matthew Kelly.
While Pope Benedict XVI delivers his message to the bishops and political leaders of Mexico, the faith of the Mexican people is unlikely to be affected by those conversations.
St. Catherine University’s mission: Traverse the globe in search of entrepreneurs who are quietly making a big difference.
A handful of contest judges in Bloomington voted to award him the Bloomington Hospitality Hall of Fame Award. It’s one of 18 awards given annually in March at a banquet put on by the Bloomington Convention and Visitors Bureau. They are called Diamond Service Awards, and at least one program official says they are tough awards to win.