LARRY HANSON CATHOLIC HERALD STAFF St. Teresa of Avila has always been a strong influence of the small Dodge County community of Theresa (population 1,262 in 2010). The parish (St. Theresa) with 170 families was named after her. The first three baptisms in the parish were recorded by Fr. Casper Rehrl (who served from 1855-63) […]
COLLEEN JURKIEWICZ CATHOLIC HERALD STAFF If you’re a Catholic woman, you probably fall into one of three groups when it comes to NFP. Group one: you don’t know what those letters stand for. Maybe you’re not married, maybe you’ve never thought about family size, maybe you’re just not interested in any of it. Group two: […]
In the Sept. 5 issue, the Catholic Herald will put the spotlight on Catholic-owned or run businesses in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee.
COLLEEN JURKIEWICZ CATHOLIC HERALD STAFF As Franciscan women, the Sisters of St. Francis of Assisi (OSF) embrace a life of simplicity. Since their founding in 1849 on the shores of Lake Michigan, their charism ministering to those in material, physical or spiritual need manifests itself in the joyful austerity of their day-to-day life — doing […]
Here are profiles of the six men who will be ordained May 18 at the Cathedral of St. John the Evagelist.
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.
Couples want a beautiful and memorable wedding, but even more important is having a joy-filled, solid marriage that can withstand the tests of time. The Archdiocese of Milwaukee marriage program can help.
Darkness symbolizes those who have not yet come to faith; and light, those who have.
A weekend spent at a Retrouvaille retreat can work wonders to help save a struggling marriage. The next local event will be in January in Racine.
Involving the whole family and community keeps faith strong.