The nomination essay for 2021 Pax Christi Award winner Esther Sykora reads like a litany of virtues: Not concerned about material goods; focused on others, especially the overlooked; lives a modest life with eyes set on the life to come; acts out her faith in service; diligent, modest, reliable and a quiet leader; a role model for all.
Re-grounding Catholic school teachers and religious educators in their disciple-making mission – while offering encouragement in stressful times and an opportunity for spiritual growth – is the aim of the Diocese of Superior’s 2021 Fall Conference.
The Vatican Dicastery for Laity, the Family and Life and the Pope's Worldwide Prayer Network have a gift for families for the month of October, which is traditionally dedicated to the rosary.
Amanda Ross and Hanan Ismail lay prostrate before Christ in the Eucharist at the Cathedral of the Most Blessed Sacrament in Detroit and vowed themselves to the Lord as consecrated virgins.
After a prayer rally outside the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington Oct. 4, Students for Life of America and the Justice Foundation released the "Moral Outcry Petition," a call for the court to overturn its 1973 Roe v. Wade decision legalizing abortion nationwide.
On Jan. 1, the Called North Facebook page for the Diocese of Superior’s Office of Vocations issued a “Rosaries for Vocations” challenge with the goal of 1,200 rosaries prayed for vocations to the priesthood, diaconate and religious life. Only four months later, the goal was reached.
“Grant us wisdom, O God, to preserve this place and keep alive the legacy of St. Kunegunda Church: a home for our spiritual family, a haven for guests and seekers, a hope for a wounded world, a place to belong, whoever we are. Grant us the will to care for the gifts you have so freely bestowed.”