The Sunday after Pentecost is the Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity — it is a celebration of the great mystery of God in our lives.
Now we have entered an era where infanticide is promoted by political leaders, the mask has been totally removed and the horror of abortion is disclosed. The truth is made known that a hidden holocaust has been perpetrated on the American public and the protection of life, in the land of the free and the brave, is not assured.
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.
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.
We realize God’s love and mercy through His Son. May God grant you a Blessed Easter.
There are many reasons why we read the Passion every year.
In this week’s Herald of Hope, Archbishop Jerome Listecki talks about the Archdiocese of Milwaukee’s ongoing commitment in response to clergy sexual abuse of minors.
Bishop Schuerman discusses some of the keys to Lent in this week’s Herald of Hope.
In this week’s Herald of Hope we assess our progress three weeks into this year’s Lenten journey. Is the world in which we live and to which we are sent any different or better than it was when we had those ashes imposed upon our foreheads?
What do Spring Training and Lent have in common? Find out in this week’s Herald of Hope by Bishop Jeffrey Haines.