Maria Heiman joined the Chancery team in September.
“Life is fragile. I always knew, but life is fragile. Your whole world can change in just a few seconds,” Jane Schiszik of Medford said, describing the devastation of losing a grandchild.
Kindergarten student Myles Androsky presents Cathedral School Principal Jaime Samarziya and development director Jessica Poskozim with a circa-1950s Cathedral School Band Baton Twirler Uniform.
Actively living out their Catholic faith as individuals and a couple – following the church’s teachings on Natural Family Planning in particular – has sometimes been challenging for Nick and Emily Frase.
On Saturday, Sept. 12, at locations all over the state, Wisconsinites paused to remember the lives of prenatal children taken too soon by abortion. The National Day of Remembrance for Aborted Children is always a somber and sacred day.
There is something about water that always feels like “home” to me. Growing up in Michigan – the Great Lake State – I spent countless summer days at grandparents’ cottages on inland lakes, but it was the big waters of Lakes Michigan and Huron that best defined where I came from.
In July of 1989, Sr. Thea Bowman, FSPA, the African American Catholic religious sister who championed the integration of her culture and creed, addressed the bishops of the United States.