President Donald Trump and Congress “must come together” to reach a bipartisan solution that reopens the government and “recognizes the economic struggle” now facing federal workers and their families and all those helped by federal nutrition and housing programs, said two U.S. bishops.
Societies today need “artisans of peace,” like the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., “who can be messengers and authentic witnesses of God the Father, who wills the good and the happiness of the human family,” said the president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.
As a NODA volunteer at St. Cloud Hospital, Roland Brummer provides a listening and compassionate presence to dying patients.
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.
“If Christmas ends up as just a beautiful traditional holiday,” where everything revolves around “us and not him, it will be a lost opportunity,” the pope said Dec. 19 during his weekly general audience in the Paul VI audience hall.
The Visitor asked readers to share the stories behind their most cherished or most meaningful ornaments or Christmas decorations.
The students are making the world a warmer place this winter, especially right here in central Minnesota for their Advent service project.
As we turn the page on another chapter in the history of our diocesan publication and prepare to publish the first edition of our new monthly magazine in January, it offers an opportunity to look back and celebrate the hard work that so many people have put into this ministry over the years.
Tricia Walz collected 10 stories of miracles written by 11 youth and young adults from central Minnesota.
TEC — Together Encountering Christ — is a three-day retreat program structured according to the Paschal Mystery. Retreatants experience talks, music, discussions, Scripture, liturgy and fellowship.