Tag: Brother James Miller

Saints in the making

Saints in the making

| Archbishop Bernard Hebda | December 5, 2019 | 0 Comments

Bishop Cozzens and I have to arm wrestle over visits to our Catholic schools. There are few things more uplifting than a school Mass and classroom visits at any one of our 79 elementary schools and 14 high schools. I’m encouraged by the creativity and faithfulness of our students and inspired by the commitment of our teachers and administrators.

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A Saint in St. Paul: Celebrating Brother Miller’s beatification

A Saint in St. Paul: Celebrating Brother Miller’s beatification

| December 3, 2019 | 0 Comments

Brother James Miller

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Work on Wisconsin farm prepared slain brother for service in Guatemala

Work on Wisconsin farm prepared slain brother for service in Guatemala

| Sam Lucero | November 25, 2019 | 0 Comments

Before donning the habit of a Christian Brother in 1962, Brother James Miller wore the bib overalls of a Wisconsin farm boy.

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Forever in blue jeans: How a Stillwater artist brought the future-saint to life

Forever in blue jeans: How a Stillwater artist brought the future-saint to life

| Christina Capecchi | November 22, 2019 | 0 Comments

It has become the most widely known image of the Midwestern saint-to-be – an incredible outcome for a month-long effort painting with acrylic wash and gold leaf in his apartment while the sun set, incense filled the air and Gregorian chant played.

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A saint of their own: Cretin-Derham Hall prepares for Brother James Miller’s beatification

A saint of their own: Cretin-Derham Hall prepares for Brother James Miller’s beatification

| Christina Capecchi | November 22, 2019 | 0 Comments

A man who scrubbed toilets and shoveled sidewalks at Cretin-Derham Hall is on his way to becoming a saint. The school is celebrating his beatification this month by elevating his presence on campus and further connecting students to his legacy.

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‘It’s like his spirit is here”: Brother James Miller’s impact still felt at Cretin-Derham Hall

‘It’s like his spirit is here”: Brother James Miller’s impact still felt at Cretin-Derham Hall

| November 10, 2018 | 0 Comments

“The kids [at CDH] know his story, and we couldn’t be happier to know that this man who did the ordinary things with extraordinary attention to detail would be recognized, that his death was in the name of Christ.”

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Mission of martyr with local ties lives on

Mission of martyr with local ties lives on

| February 1, 2011 | 0 Comments

As The Catholic Spirit celebrates a century of providing news and inspiration to its readers, it recognized the significant deaths of Archbishop Oscar Romero and the four Maryknoll Missionaries in the faith history of the archdiocese (The Catholic Spirit, Jan. 7). Though these murders occurred decades ago in Central America, the purpose of their lives and mission continues today.

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