Beginning with the July 2 issue, the Catholic Herald will print every other week year-round for a total of 26 issues per year.
Preventing the death of Black human beings as the result of racism is work that will require a multifaceted approach and the cooperation of many levels of legislative, law enforcement and social entities.
Whatever acts of kindness, acts of love and openness to hospitality that we practice become bridges connecting this world and the world that is to come.
Mount Mary University joins the growing number of U.S. colleges that are planning to reopen this fall, albeit with dramatic changes to campus life created to keep the coronavirus at bay.
Marquette University is still in the planning stages for the fall semester but does plan to open the campus to in-person classes for the start of the fall semester Wednesday, Aug. 26.
Joe Parajecki is a sales representative for Pritzlaff Wholesale Meats Inc.
In place of the usual in-person breakfast meeting, the CPF hosted a Zoom meeting on Thursday, May 21, for about 70 participants.
On Saturday, June 6, Archbishop Jerome E. Listecki ordained Fr. Jeff Roedel to the Schoenstatt order of priests at his home parish, Holy Apostles in New Berlin.
Fr. Bryan Massingale credits his parents and the witness of his family for teaching him the realities of what it was like to be black in Milwaukee, as it was and continues to be one of the most racially segregated cities in the U.S.
We have drifted away from an incorporation of Catholic vision into who we are and what we do in exchange for an acceptance of whatever is the current interpretation of social situations.