Cyberbullying can be damaging but parents can help.
A family vacation can be the perfect time to connect with each other and God.
Young men from across the archdiocese gather every year at St. Francis de Sales Seminary for one simple reason: the call of Jesus Christ.
Like a lot of dads and grandpas, Bill Armstrong had a pair of denim overalls that he just wouldn’t throw away, despite the good-natured teasing of his family.
Devotion to Blessed Virgin helps families become and stay faithful.
The St. Joseph 8th grade boys basketball team was invited to the Padre Serra Tournament, a rarity for the small school.
It has been a winding road to his ordination for Bishop James T. Schuerman, but the journey has been sure since an early age.
Mary Grogan, third grade teacher at St. Alphonsus School, Greendale, asked her students to write an essay, “Why my Catholic education is important to me.” Following are some of the responses, along with an essay on the same topic that Grogan wrote. My Catholic school is named St. Alphonsus and its really great for three […]
Looking for ways to keep Christ in Christmas? The December issue of Catholic Herald Family offers activities, prayers and suggestions from area religious educators. Also this month, don’t miss the Scobey-Polachecks’ post-election reflections on diversity and Michele Campbell’s always timely advice to parents that their actions often carry a stronger message than their words. […]
I was tempted to bid on a handcrafted sign for sale at a consignment auction my husband and I attended in Amish country about a month ago. “Keep Santa in Christmas” read the piece of artwork. No, I wasn’t interested in advocating for a secular observation of the Birth of Christ, rather, had I won […]