All are welcome to join the one-day clinic, held at North Division High School, 1011 W. Center St., Milwaukee, from 8 a.m. to 2 pm.
CALLIE GAY SPECIAL TO THE CATHOLIC HERALD Christ is at the center of every part of Andrea Garcia’s life. As she was preparing to graduate from Cristo Rey Jesuit High School in Chicago in 2014, she prayed and asked him what her next move should be. She was planning to enter an engineering program, and […]
The campus ministry officers of Divine Savior Holy Angels knew that this year’s Lenten almsgiving project, benefitting the construction of a maternity ward in rural Ghana, would be a big hit with their fellow students.
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.
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.
Archbishop Jerome Listecki will host the fifth annual Lenten Luncheon series this month to highlight the work being done by Catholic Charities Milwaukee and its community partners.
The CSA raises millions of dollars each year to support ministry in four main areas.
On the day-to-day level, Elaine Shanebrook’s 40-year career in estate law involved a lot of the minutiae that one would expect — wills, trusts, advance directives, tax regulations.
Sitting on separate cots in the toasty room at the Capuchin Community Services’ St. Ben’s Community Meal Warming Center, 924 W. State St., on Tuesday, Jan. 29, both were grateful to get out of the frigid air.
All are welcome to come to the celebration of Mass, the tailgate and the game