Este cambio en el enfoque de las comunicaciones es adecuado para los tiempos de hoy y cuando miramos hacia el futuro Estimados hermanos y hermanas en Cristo, Bienvenidos a esta primera edición de la nueva revista mensual de nuestra diócesis, The Central Minnesota Catholic. Estoy entusiasmado con esta nueva forma de comunicarme con los católicos […]
With the start of the 2019 state legislative session on Jan. 8, Catholics have an opportunity to continue the work of faithful citizenship by assisting elected officials in creating public policies that promote human life and dignity.
“Dream Small” is the theme of the 20th annual Middle School Diocesan Youth Rally, held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 27 at Cathedral High School, St. Cloud.
The statue is believed to have been taken sometime between 6 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 12, and 2 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 13.
When Rebecca Calderone entered a pre-nursing program in college, she had no idea the path would lead her to chaplaincy, a position she holds dear at St. Benedict’s Senior Community in St. Cloud.
The students are making the world a warmer place this winter, especially right here in central Minnesota for their Advent service project.
Members of the diocesan Presbyteral Council heard a report about Safe Haven Sunday, an initiative that will be observed in parishes March 2-3, 2019, to raise awareness about the negative impacts of pornography and how families can make their homes a safe haven for all.
St. Joseph Parish in Waite Park celebrated Our Lady of Guadalupe — the patron saint of the Americas and Mexico — on her feast day, Dec. 12.
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.
Tricia Walz collected 10 stories of miracles written by 11 youth and young adults from central Minnesota.