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.
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.”
At Holy Rosary, Medford, sixth-grade students search the pond at the Medford School Forest for larva and nymphs and also test the water for pH level, phosphates, nitrates, temperature and clarity.
Students at Our Lady of the Lake Catholic School, Ashland, watched a demonstration by the Bad River Youth Organization highlighting the harvest of manoomin (wild rice) on Sept. 21.