The richness of the Eucharist

By |2021-08-31T15:52:40-05:00September 2, 2021|Guest columns|

What is the Eucharist? What is supposed to happen when we gather to celebrate the ritual Jesus gave us at the Last Supper and asked us to perpetuate until his return? Is this meant to be a family meal or a re-enactment of Jesus’ sacrificial death? Is it meant to look like the old Latin Mass or like it looks in most churches today?

What we should tell young adults about marriage

By |2021-08-02T15:21:18-05:00August 6, 2021|Guest columns, Local News|

Young people today experience various pressures and expectations that can make them anxious. In a recent essay, Professor Timothy P. O’Malley, of Notre Dame’s McGrath Institute for Church Life, crisply describes some of the over-the-top pressures that graduating college students are likely to encounter in commencement addresses.

Extreme Faith Camp strengthens mind, body, heart, soul

By |2021-07-19T11:18:35-05:00July 23, 2021|Guest columns|

Earlier this summer, I had the privilege of helping out with the Diocese of Superior’s Extreme Faith Camp. Extreme Faith Camp is a weeklong summer camp full of fun and fellowship, as middle school-aged campers and their high school leaders grow deeper together in their relationship with Christ.

Vaccine mandates and Catholic colleges

By |2021-06-07T10:24:29-05:00June 10, 2021|Guest columns|

In a recent statement from the National Catholic Bioethics Center on COVID-19 vaccines, we noted that the Catholic Church “neither requires nor forbids” the use of vaccines, but instead urges people to “form their consciences and to carefully discern the moral and prudential issues involved.”

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