The newly formed Rusk County Catholic Community Cluster Choir, consisting of parishioners from Our Lady of Sorrows, Ladysmith; St. Anthony de Padua, Tony; St. Mary of Czestochowa, Hawkins; St. Francis of Assisi, Flambeau; St. Mary, Bruce; and Ss. Peter and Paul, Weyerhaeuser, was formed in time to sing at all three Holy Week services.
A life-sized bronze sculpture of migrants and refugees crowded onto a boat has stood in St. Peter's Square for more than two years, but just before Christmas a small QR code was placed on the boat's stern to give onlookers information about the work.
Diocesan Council of Catholic Women President Jane Schiszik had hoped for 50 women for the Superior Diocesan Council of Catholic Women’s 2021 Convention. When 77 registrations were received, she was overjoyed, especially since a good number were first-timers.
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.
A message from Bishop James P. Powers about the Wisconsin Supreme Court mask mandate decision.