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.
With the launch of our new, monthly diocesan magazine, there will be new deadlines and new opportunities for advertising.
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 […]
Cardinal Daniel DiNardo of Galveston-Houston, president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, said Nov. 14 he had opened the bishops’ fall general assembly “expressing some disappointment,” but “I end it with hope.”
At Bishop Donald Kettler’s request, diocesan staff have been visioning new ways to be missionary disciples — to go out to the peripheries and share the Gospel.
Jesse Manibusan, an internationally renowned Catholic musician and composer, visited the Diocese of St. Cloud Oct. 25-29, spending time at Catholic schools as well as with faith formation directors and youth ministers.
The U.S. Catholic bishops stand with “our brothers and sisters of the Jewish community,” the president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops said Oct. 27 after a horrific shooting earlier that day in Pittsburgh at the Tree of Life Synagogue.
Lorenzo Sanchez, from Assumption Parish in Morris, felt the V Encuentro process helped him to re-encounter Christ and answer the call to missionary discipleship.
The diocese is embarking on a new chapter of communications ministry: The Visitor will transition to a magazine format.
Kay King, a community educator for the National Alliance on Mental Illness in Minnesota, spoke at the annual parish social ministry gathering Oct. 13 at St. Louis Church in Paynesville on mental health and the role of faith communities.