Steve Fluur has really embraced helping others since he became Catholic a few years ago.
Catholic Charities’ mission remains the same in addressing the needs of the most vulnerable in our community; however, they are shifting gears to respond to those most impacted by COVID-19.
Due to the high vulnerability of the elderly and immune-compromised to the effects of COVID-19, nursing homes have found themselves on the front lines of the fight against the virus’ spread.
CALLIE GAY SPECIAL TO THE CATHOLIC HERALD How do you serve your community through your volunteer work? The majority of my volunteering is done through photography. I take the marketing photos for St. Thomas Aquinas Academy, and I photograph the all school’s Mass for Seton Schools and the archdiocese. For about 12 years, I’ve volunteered […]
Photos from Palm Sunday by David Bernacchi.
On Wednesday, April 1, Archbishop Jerome E. Listecki met via conference call with priests, deacons and parish directors across the archdiocese to update them on protocols during the COVID-19 pandemic.
For the last few weeks, even attending daily and Sunday Masses at our churches, which normally would bring consolation, has been closed in order to ensure personal safety.
Archbishop Listecki shares his Easter message with the faithful of southeastern Wisconsin.
This Holy Week is going to be difficult. We are going to feel isolated. We are going to feel disconnected. We may feel angry or even abandoned.
My mom gave me a small, framed copy of The Serenity Prayer. I have always kept it on my bathroom counter as a reminder of how to live.