The March 18-20 High School Discipleship Weekend, held at Crosswoods Adventure Camp in Mason, was led by Fr. David Neuschwander and Missionaries of the Word religious sisters.
In his homily for the annual Chrism Mass, Bishop James P. Powers began by celebrating the large gathering at the Cathedral of Christ the King, Superior. He recalled the feeling of emptiness in the diocesan church two years ago and even last year with greatly reduced numbers under coronavirus restrictions.
Diocese of Superior seminarian Dan Tracy holds on to a trophy after the St. Francis de Sales Seminary team took second place in the De Sales Invitational, a basketball tournament hosted Feb. 18-20 at the Milwaukee seminary with visiting teams from other major seminaries across the country.
For nearly two months, seventh- and eighth-grade students at St. Joseph, Rice Lake, have been preparing for their biggest interdisciplinary project of the school year.
Inviting listeners to examine their status as followers of Jesus – reminding them of their story as Christians, reviewing Jesus’ salvific acts and urging them to follow Christ’s call to evangelization and discipleship – was the theme of a Lenten mission in Cumberland.
On Tuesday, March 15, at St. Joseph’s Church in Rice Lake, Pat and Kenna Millea presented a workshop on mental health in the context of youth ministry.
Reflecting on the readings of the day, Bishop James P. Powers spoke to the more than 115 women participating in the 2022 Diocesan Women’s Retreat about seeing themselves as God’s anointed.