Bishop Richard Sklba The Nicene Creed, which we recite each Sunday, is a precious legacy from the faith of ancient generations of Christians, sometimes developed amid much bitter controversy. Unfortunately, however, its phrases have often become so familiar to us that the words rattle off our tongues with hardly a thought. So, each weekend we […]
MADELINE ZUKOWSKI CATHOLIC HERALD STAFF When young adults go off to college, they become independent. They choose their area of study, what they want to eat and how much time is spent on sleep, studying and fun activities. Faith is no different — how engaged he or she is in the faith is up to […]
Sue Nelson, Special to the Catholic Herald In a Catholic school, Church teachings and faith development are much more than a religion class. Rather, it’s the application of faith put into daily practice that embodies all we do. In honor of the 175th anniversary of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, a group of master religion teachers collaborated […]
Even though the official celebrations marking the 175th anniversary of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee won’t begin for several months, organizers are hard at work behind the scenes preparing for a year of special events – and they’re in need of a few (literal) boots on the ground to help out. Marcy Stone, Soles for Catholic […]
Students, teachers help third-grader keep up on schoolwork during long transplant recovery.
The Summer Leadership Academy is an immersive leadership and college readiness experience for incoming juniors and seniors.
Sacred Heart Seminary and School of Theology will meet discuss the leader of the worldwide Church in the international symposium “Discovering Pope Francis: Theological, Philosophical, Cultural and Spiritual Perspectives.”
As she began to learn more about the epidemic of human trafficking, particularly its prevalence in the Milwaukee area, Mary Gilpin began to realize that maybe there was a darker side to those situations than she had ever imagined.
Fr. Ricardo Martin discovers benefits of technology in parishes.
Linda Simko is no stranger to Catholic schools. She attended grade school at St. Rita in West Allis, Pius XI High School and Marquette University. After graduation, she received a job at Christ King School in Wauwatosa. She has taught there for 36 years, while remaining active at her parish and in other service activities. […]