Archive | June, 2014

Four men answer call to priesthood

No priests, no Mass, no Eucharist.

Eight men take major step toward priesthood

Prepare for a bonanza of priests.

Vocation of marriage shows power of love

Fifteen days after ordaining eight men to the transitional diaconate, eight days after ordaining four men to the priesthood, six days before ordaining 13 men to the permanent diaconate, Bishop Robert W. Finn led the annual celebration of the foundation vocation — God’s call to married life and family.

Grants awarded to promote sanctity, dignity of life

The diocesan Respect Life and Human Rights offices joined May 12 to issue nearly $45,000 in grants to 10 agencies that work specifically to defend the sanctity and dignity of human life as part of the offices’ new Life & Justice Campaign.

Sisters of St. Joseph honors Avila’s president with Generosity of Joseph award

The Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet have long been closely involved in education, health care and justice for the poor, dating back to the 17th century when they taught impoverished girls and women to make lace as a way of earning a living.

Statue of St. John LaLande dedicated

Standing on a table near the altar, he was dressed in buckskins and gazing benevolently on the assembled parishioners of St. John LaLande Catholic Church.

St. John Francis Regis Parish building new entrance, elevator

The money is in the bank and the ground has been broken.

Come, Spirit of Peace

The marvel worked at Pentecost by the Spirit of God, as recorded in the Acts of the Apostles, is that people from all over the Mediterranean region hear the Sprit filled disciples in their own languages.

Conference focuses on human rights of immigrants

Let’s face it. Lately, there has been a lot more discussion across the country regarding immigration — rights, wrongs, economics and cultures.

January 28, 2020
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