The deadly spread of the Ebola virus in her homeland inspired Jannie Seibure, a parishioner at St. Alphonsus in Brooklyn Center, to organize a drive to collect materials that can prevent more people from being infected.
Enhanced ‘Essential 3’ roll-out part of implementing task force recommendations to better protect the young and vulnerable
Julie Woodruff, a parishioner of St. Joseph in Red Wing, visited Kitui, Kenya, during a previous diocesan global solidarity partnership trip. She will co-lead the 2014 delegation with Mike Haasl. Woodruff answered questions from The Catholic Spirit about the partnership:
Archbishop Nienstedt among group to celebrate 10-year partnership with Diocese of Kitui
Panel members include couples who have experienced infertility, doctor, adoption expert and priest
At first healing Mass, archbishop calls on faithful to bring others to oneness
Archbishop Joseph E. Kurtz, president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, has joined Pope Francis and the office for the Synod of Bishops in encouraging a universal day of prayer Sept. 28 for the upcoming synod on the family.
The Archdiocese of Chicago now knows who will succeed Cardinal Francis E. George.
Two weeks before the start of an extraordinary Synod of Bishops on the family, the Vatican announced the formation of a special commission to reform the process of granting marriage annulments.
For many Catholic married couples, the training they received for their vocation started and ended with the required marriage preparation classes they took as engaged couples.
Pope Francis, who has said the Catholic Church has “not yet come up with a profound theology of womanhood,” named five women, a record number, to the International Theological Commission.
According to the Census Bureau’s new statistics, released Sept. 16, poverty in the United States is down, but only slightly.