St. Odilia in Shoreview and St. Therese in Deephaven were both recently honored at the International Catholic Stewardship Conference in Orlando, Fla., for the creative and innovative steps they have taken around the topic of stewardship in their parish communities.
A federal bankruptcy judge in Minneapolis has threatened to fine a Hastings lawyer and her client up to $10,000 for making anti-Catholic statements in a Nov. 25 court filing.
Thanks in part to a few detours, Beth Anne Cooper is now more sure of her path to a deeper prayer life as she spends the year growing in faith, sharing life and serving the north Minneapolis community while interning with the Visitation Sisters.
Ginny Walzer works six hours per day, two days a week. Cheryl Dugan works about 600 hours each year. Both work in professional jobs — but neither receives even a penny for their work.
“If you’ve been away, come home to your parish, and visit CatholicsComeHome.org today.”
— Part of the message of a new advertising campaign airing on major television networks Dec. 16-Jan. 8 sponsored by the Atlanta-based organization Catholics Come Home, which seeks to bring Catholics back to church
St. Joseph of Carondelet sisters living at Bethany Convent in St. Paul moved to their new residence, Carondelet Village, on Dec. 6. To mark the occasion, Archbishop emeritus Harry Flynn celebrated Mass and blessed the new Carondelet Village Chapel.