Saint Jeanne Jugan founded the Little Sisters of the Poor in Saint-Servan, France, in 1842, a mere 40 years before a group of sisters arrived in Kansas City to establish a home for the aged poor.
A physician friend of Green Bay Auxiliary Bishop Robert Morneau seemed like he had it all — wealth, health, an enormously satisfying career, a terrific family.
Fifth graders at Sunny Sky Elementary School were confused about Sam, a classmate who didn’t act and react the same ways the rest of the class did.
Psychologists will forever be debating whether nature or nurture has a greater effect on the psychological development of the human person.
In today’s edition of The Catholic Key, you will see a number of new assignments for priests serving in our Diocese.
Bishop Finn is pleased to make the following clergy assignments.
Chapter 15 of the book of Acts relates the decision of the Council of Jerusalem. This is considered the first ecumenical council of the Church.
“Jesus I trust in You. Have mercy on us and on the whole world. Amen.”
Have you ever wondered how Jesus’ friends and followers felt as they walked with him through the streets of Jerusalem to the hill called Golgotha?