Celebrating its 90th anniversary, Vatican Radio received well-wishes from Pope Francis and an avid listener who is the second oldest person in the world.
A new attitude and approach toward the elderly are needed in today's world, especially in the places and ways they are cared for when they become more fragile, said the Pontifical Academy for Life.
Since childhood, the typical U.S. Catholic's response to Lent is giving up, as in "What are you giving up for Lent?"
Sarah-Anne Kruse recently joined the Diocese of Superior Chancery staff. She is an administrative assistant in the Safe Environment and Administrative Services offices.
Bonnie Thom is the new director for the Respect [...]
Superintendent of Schools for the Diocese of Superior Peggy Schoenfuss acknowledged the extra hours that principals are putting in to cover staff shortages and the additional demands placed on Catholic schools and their administrations during the COVID-19 pandemic.