Family faith formation students at St. Therese of Lisieux Parish in Phillips celebrated an All Saints Day Mass in November.
On Wednesday, Nov. 23, the morning following the official release of the Diocese of Superior’s abusive clergy list, Bishop James P. Powers offered a Mass of Reconciliation in reparation for sins committed and to open a path for grace and healing.
A Hudson deacon has worn many hats over the decades, during which his beloved wife had enough medical conditions to make the afflicted Job seen as a source of identity.
The new Columbarium at Immaculate Conception Church in Grantsburg was dedicated and blessed by Bishop James P. Powers on Sunday, Oct. 9. Many parishioners attended the dedication and brunch that followed. (Submitted photo)
Before I began working at Holy Family, I started attending Professional Development Days offered by the diocese. I find these one-day opportunities to learn and grow help ground me in my faith.
Any inquiries regarding the list can be directed to Dan Blank, Director of Administrative Services, at 715-394-0211 or .
Bishop James P. Powers’ release of the Abusive Clergy List this week is a momentous event for the Diocese of Superior. Reactions have been varied – sorrow, anger, relief, confusion, disbelief – and there are so many questions.