Dr. Lovell told Nicholas Marincic’s story on May 1, when students, faculty, staff and alumni gathered to witness the dedication of the first statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary on Marquette’s campus.
Catholics at the Capitol is a day of prayer, formation and advocacy for all who are interested in learning more about Catholic social teaching and how to advocate effectively.
Bishop John Martin Henni may not recognize the Archdiocese of Milwaukee today but he would understand and support the Church that celebrates and comforts those who call upon the Lord and profess their trust in Jesus Christ during times of joy and sorrow.
Here are profiles of the six men who will be ordained May 18 at the Cathedral of St. John the Evagelist.
The campus ministry officers of Divine Savior Holy Angels knew that this year’s Lenten almsgiving project, benefitting the construction of a maternity ward in rural Ghana, would be a big hit with their fellow students.
One of the primary reasons for the type of respect accorded in this statement is our belief in the doctrine of the Resurrection of the Body.
Bishop Donald J. Hying, a West Allis native who was ordained a priest of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee in 1989 and currently leads the Diocese of Gary, Indiana, was named as the fifth bishop of Madison.
National Junior Honor Society students at St. Mary’s Springs Academy in Fond du Lac decided that they wanted to take on a special project for Lent that allowed them to play an active role in giving.
What does it take to stump a canon lawyer? On the evening of Thursday, April 12, more than a dozen people gathered to find out.
Catholics at the Capitol — sponsored in part by the Wisconsin Catholic Conference (WCC), which serves as the public policy voice of Wisconsin’s bishops — is an opportunity to inform and invigorate the faithful in their role as citizens and as people of faith, explained WCC executive director Kim Vercauteren.