“The Church Building as a Sacred Place: Beauty, Transcendence and the Eternal” by Duncan G. Stroik. Liturgy Training Publications.
Archive for Category: "To-Do"
Though it appears dated at times, “Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time” (Sony) — the comedic fourth installment of the eponymous action-adventure series — provides a generally rewarding experience for kids and adults alike.
Minnesota baseball fans who have visited Target Field are familiar with the lineup of retired numbers hanging near the left field foul pole — all belonging to Twins, except for one: No. 42.
“…the game sticks to the fundamentally Christian narrative about good and evil that Tolkien originally laid out — making it a highly appropriate choice for families of faith.”
Bishop Lee Piché and Deacon Joseph Michalak are the featured speakers at the 3rd annual Widow’s Day of Reflection scheduled for June 29, 2013 at Our Lady of Grace Church in Edina.
Father Jerry Dvorak will bless baskets of Easter food at 1 p.m. on Holy Saturday (March 30) at St. Peter in Richfield.
The following Divine Mercy Sunday celebrations take place April 7. For more information on a celebration, contact the individual parish.
An organization called WorldPriest is offering a pilgrimage for priests and their parishioners and friends from around the world to experience the cultural heritage and spirituality of the Emerald Isle as part of “Gathering Ireland 2013.”
In his book “Faith That Transforms Us: Reflections on the Creed,” Cardinal Donald W. Wuerl encourages Catholics to pray, reflect and then act on the Nicene Creed that they recite at each Mass.
In their portrait on exhibit at St. John Neumann in Eagan, a smiling couple identified as Alisha and Emiliano who are holding their tiny daughter look like any other young family.
The annual Archdiocesan Men’s Conference will be held March 16 at the University of St. Thomas Field House in St. Paul.
A blood red river flows from the doors of the “Church of Saint Trifon,” an otherwise black and white work from 1979 by artist Tatiana Levitskaia.