New officers were elected to the Diocesan Pastoral Council, an advisory council to Bishop Donald Kettler, at its meeting Nov. 17 at St. John the Baptist Church in Swanville.
Catholics from throughout Minnesota will come together in February to learn about the legislative process and make their voices heard on issues that are important to them.
Using whichever social medium you prefer (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, etc.), challenge yourself, or challenge a friend, to post a photo or short reflection each day during Advent that reflects the Word of the Day shown in the graphic.
Parishes throughout the Diocese of St. Cloud will take a special collection the weekend of Dec. 8-9 for the Retirement Fund for Religious.
Coordinated by the National Religious Retirement Office in Washington, D.C., this annual appeal benefits 31,000 elderly Catholic sisters, brothers and religious order priests.
The diocesan review board on sexual abuse remains dedicated to the safety of children and vulnerable adults.
Faith community nurse professionals, who have taken on additional learning to be leaders and ministers in their faith communities, are known as integrators of faith and health.
St. Augustine Parish in St. Cloud, which was established in 1919, has scheduled a year of celebratory centennial events. They begin with Mass at 9 a.m. Nov. 25, and a chili cook-off.
Health care professionals from around the diocese gathered Nov. 4 in the Sacred Heart Chapel of St. Benedict’s Monastery in St. Joseph for a special “White Coat” Mass in recognition of their dedicated work.
Cathedral High School honors veterans and their families Students, staff and parents at St. Cloud Cathedral High School celebrated Veterans Day, Nov. 8, with a special Mass and program honoring all veterans, and especially those who are part of the CHS family. Four staff members who are veterans were present, as well as alums and […]
Over the past month, Christ our Light Parish in Princeton and Zimmerman invited parishioners to help create the seed mosaic that depicts the Peaceful Kingdom from Isaiah 11:1-9.
Bishop Donald Kettler has added the name of Bishop Harold Dimmerling to the list. Dimmerling was a priest of the Saint Cloud Diocese who later served as bishop of Rapid City, South Dakota, from 1969 until his death in 1987.