“Wow! It is awesome to be with you! Hasn’t this been a fantastic day?” the archbishop told the youth.
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Archbishop John Nienstedt welcomed nearly 2,000 youth to DeLaSalle High School in Minneapolis Sept. 15 for the first Archdiocesan Youth Day celebration.
Msgr. James Lavin, called “the face of the priesthood” to generations of students at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, died Sept 17 at the age of 93.
Archbishop John Nienstedt welcomed high school-aged Catholics from across the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis to rediscover and share their “reason for hope” — Jesus Christ.
Marty Frauenheim, who has served in the position since 2008, will retire Oct. 24, the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis announced Sept. 14.
Mackenzie Willits of Holy Name of Jesus in Medina shares a moment of joy with Bishop Lee Piché after the Annual Mass for Persons with Disabilities Sept. 9 at the St. Paul Seminary.
We need to think of the life of faith as a journey. When we say “yes” to the Lord, he invites us to follow him, which implies a pilgrimage of discovery and interior growth.
Parishes in the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis will take up a special collection at Masses Sept. 22-23 to help the Cathedral of St. Paul pay down the debt remaining from emergency exterior restorations made a decade ago.
Deacon James B. Seaton Jr. died on Aug. 27, 2012. He was 79.
American culture would have you believe that teen chastity is an oxymoron and that sexual purity among the young is unattainable.
St. Mark School in St. Paul kicked off its centennial celebration Sept. 9 with a special Mass and reception. The celebration will continue with events scheduled throughout the school year.
Those working in or studying the legal field are invited to attend the 62nd Annual Red Mass Sept. 30 at the University of St. Thomas Chapel.