In honor of the Second Annual Cathedral Festival of Lights, the East Rose Window will be lit over the front doors of the Cathedral of St. Paul from dusk until 10 p.m. on Sept. 28.
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Four women with ties to the archdiocese recently took vows as Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia Congregation in Nashville, Tenn. Within this community of 284 sisters, 16 have Minnesota roots.
American culture would have you believe that teen chastity is an oxymoron and that sexual purity among the young is unattainable.
Anyone hungering for union and intimacy is eligible to receive a beautifully crafted invitation to the Lord’s divine banquet of love which will satisfy that hunger.
It was joyful to take part in faith-filled gathering of men as they talked about vocations, spent time in nature
Every time I read this passage, I wonder if I’m limiting God’s options as well. Am I assuming the only answers are (a) or (b)? Am I open to receiving (c) instead?
Kevin Hartigan says Catholic Relief Services is partnering with church agencies to provide food, medical and other assistance to war victims
We need to support ongoing efforts to engage youth and young adults in ways that deepen their faith, give them purpose and motivate them to evangelize their peers.
Catholics in the United States have never represented a monolith with regard to any given issue. In many respects this is a good thing, as Catholicism and Catholic teaching transcend any given ideology or political party. Simply put, Catholicism is the opposite of ideology and thus seeks to challenge ideological constructs that oppose authentic freedom and truth.
In mostly “by-the-numbers” measures, good things are happening at Catholic schoos in the Twin Cities area.
These are the agreed-upon, non-negotiable ways to see if your Catholic school can be called a Catholic school.
A capacity crowd of 900 youth is expected to attend Archdiocesan Youth Day next month at DeLaSalle High School in Minneapolis, and the large number of participants comes as no surprise to Bill Dill, the archdiocese’s youth ministry events coordinator.