Vince Kostos hopes his students learn guidelines for making the best choices in their lives.
Carolyn Braunreiter helps the St. Joan Antida students use art as more than just a class.
As the new year of 2017 unfolds, I find myself contemplating how the previous year will influence the present. In the September issue of myFaith, I cited the words of wisdom from the Looney Tunes character Sylvester the Cat, “You never know where you’re goin’ till you get there.” For me, it’s important to know […]
The morning of Nov. 9 had quite a unique vibe to it. Whether you were at the office, at school or at home, there was one topic on everyone’s mind, but the discussion was met with two radically different sentiments: hopefulness or anxiety, depending on whom you wanted as president. Either way, as we move […]
It’s almost as if November’s Mass readings were written for election-weary Catholics, with their foreboding tones and calls for “perseverance” and “endurance” amid distress. “They will seize you and persecute you,” St. Luke warns. “Let us then throw off the works of darkness and put on the armor of light,” St. Paul exhorts. Polls confirm […]
Create a clever meme of this photo of Pope Francis looking at a performer with the Golden Circus during his Dec. 28 weekly audience in Paul VI hall at the Vatican for a chance to win a Catholic Herald prize pack of two ticket vouchers to a Milwaukee Admirals game. (Catholic News Service photo by […]
Three times each year, Catholic Herald myFaith reporters have a chance to speak with Archbishop Jerome E. Listecki about anything young adults want to know – send a question to be asked anonymously in the next issue to firstname.lastname@example.org. The archbishop recently sat down to talk with myFaith reporter Joe Poirier, who shares his responses, […]
What is the history behind the Hail Mary pass in football? Is the reference to the Hail Mary, for a football play, sacrilegious or an opportunity for evangelization? The Hail Mary is the beautiful prayer in honor of the Blessed Virgin Mary. If you ever tried to count how many Hail Marys you have said […]
Meg Mas, 18, has attended Catholic schools since K4 but for college she made the transition to Carthage College, a Lutheran school. When talking about her decision, she said, “I got the things I wanted from an academic and social standpoint but I still have that Catholic life at school.” At Carthage College she is […]
Alex Goodrich, 18, is a Marquette University freshman studying nursing and a member of the school’s track and field team where she runs the 400-meter hurdles. Alex, a member of St. Louis Parish, Caledonia, has participated on four mission trips through her youth ministry group called ACTS (Active Catholic Teens in Service), where she served […]