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.
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.
Fr. Raul Gomez Ruiz and Fr. Tom Knoebel from Sacred Heart Seminary and School of Theology met Pope Francis in December during a trip to Rome.
40 Days for Life is a life-saving prayer campaign that will take place throughout the Archdiocese of Milwaukee beginning on Ash Wednesday, March 6, and concluding on Palm Sunday, April 14.
When Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio emerged as the new worldwide leader of the Roman Catholic Church, there were many stories about him, including that one of his best friends from Argentina was a rabbi.
In 1980, just one day after urging El Salvador’s military to terminate a series of cruelties that would inflame a 12-year civil war in his impoverished country, Salvadoran Archbishop Oscar Romero was shot dead while celebrating Mass.
COLLEEN JURKIEWICZ CATHOLIC HERALD STAFF If all the scandal that had ever plagued the Archdiocese of Milwaukee over its 175-year history were compared to a hurricane, there can be little doubt which of those 175 years would serve as the storm’s eye. It was only days into January 2002 that the Boston Globe’s coverage of […]
Disasters in Puerto Rico and Mexico left many devastated, but you can help.
Image: Marquette basketball coach Steve Wojciechowski and student manager Cole Bovard pack boxes with gear and shoes Aug. 29 for Harvey victims in Texas.
Robin Busalacchi chronicles moving and spiritual pilgrimage to Fatima.