Divine Mercy Sunday is a time that we turn our attention to God’s mercy.
Bishop Jim Schuerman sees generosity and giving in Dominican Republic.
This Sunday begins the greatest drama in human history.
Attitude of fairness, truth and respect is what we Christians must bring to all the challenges of our contemporary world.
The sacrament of holy orders, validly conferred, is necessary for one to assume the Office of Bishop.
Listening is a sign of respect and love.
At the beginning of Lent, Ash Wednesday, the celebrant of the distribution of ashes is given a choice between two formulas, which he pronounces when making the sign of the cross on the foreheads of the recipients.
The image of the shepherd is one that occurs frequently in Sacred Scripture. It speaks of a special kind of leadership characterized by service, care and sacrifice. In John’s Gospel, Jesus says, “I am the good shepherd. A good shepherd lays down his life for the sheep.” (John 10:9) At the Chrism Mass in Rome […]
I was invited to address members of MAREDA (Milwaukee Archdiocese Religious Education Directors Association) and PMMA (Pastoral Ministers of the Milwaukee Archdiocese) last Tuesday, Feb. 14, at St. Mary Parish, Hales Corners. It is always a pleasure to address those who have such vital ministries in shaping the parishes. Many individuals haven’t thought about the […]
The snow is melting fast. “Brown,” not green, lawns are becoming more apparent. At the farm, the stubble of picked corn shows itself again in the fields. Although spring doesn’t officially begin until March 20, I’m sensing the beginnings of a bad case of spring fever. It’s too early for this – at least a […]