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.
We realize God’s love and mercy through His Son. May God grant you a Blessed Easter.
Erin and Tim Pann of New Berlin were in Paris on Monday, April 15, when the Notre-Dame de Paris, arguably the most iconic medieval structure in Europe, caught fire.
When Fr. Fred Alexander became the administrator at St. Florian Parish in West Milwaukee on Nov. 1, he went about seeking input from his parishioners on what they were seeking and what they were interested in.
All the unrest and uncertainly helped Fr. Mauricio Fernández Boscan, pastor of St. Adalbert Parish, decide to collect supplies and non-perishable food for his native country, Venezuela.
There are many reasons why we read the Passion every year.
The Archdiocese of Milwaukee’s annual Mass of Atonement was offered April 1 at Immaculate Conception Church in Bay View.
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.