Parochial administrator Fr. Papi Reddy Yeruva leads the parishioners of St. Mary of Czestochowa, Hawkins, with prayers to the Blessed Virgin Mary during her coronation.
The Wisconsin Department of Justice is opening a statewide investigation of abuse by clergy and faith leaders within the state’s five dioceses.
Merrill native Erich Wallace will be involved with the pro-life initiative “Biking for Babies” this summer. Seeking to renew the culture of life “one pedal stroke at a time,” Wallace summarized Biking for Babies’ mission as “educational, financial and physical.”
In an April 21 interview with the Catholic Herald, Diocese of Superior Vocations team member Fr. Patrick McConnell spoke about the virtual discernment group he began facilitating about 12 months ago with the onset of the coronavirus pandemic.
On April 26, the Catholic Diocese of Superior participated in a virtual meeting with the Wisconsin attorney general. The reason for the meeting was for the attorney general to announce a “new statewide initiative to address clergy sex abuse,” which was announced publicly on April 27, 2021.