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.
St. Thomas More alumnus Jon Dekker credits the strength of his Catholic education for laying the groundwork that enabled him to experience unbelievable blessings and life success.
Elaine Wesner Sellenheim was recently named 2019 Wisconsin Mother of the Year by the American Mothers Inc. The Elkhorn mother of two credits her husband, family and strong Catholic Faith for the achievement.
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.
The virtue of patience to wait for the Holy Spirit is so needed in our world.
Sixth Sunday of Easter Acts 8:5-8, 14-17 1 Peter 3:15-18 John 14:15-21 One of my enduring insights into liturgical spirituality came unexpectedly from Msgr. Alphonse Popek, a professed traditional Milwaukee priest, who 45 years ago, resisted the liturgical reforms initiated by the Second Vatican Council. In the late 1970s, Fr. John Brophy and I were […]