Three men were ordained to the priesthood June 15 at St. Mary’s Cathedral.
When Pascal Siakam was in his young teens attending a minor seminary in Cameroon — and mostly playing soccer in his free time — he likely never imagined he’d be playing in the NBA Finals.
Priests of the diocese who are celebrating jubilees of 40, 50 and 55 years look at their vocations.
National survey offers insight into the 2019 ordination class.
Eight men will be ordained in June at St. Mary’s Cathedral — three to the priesthood, three to the transitional diaconate and two to the permanent diaconate.
Deacon Seraphim Wirth, a Franciscan Brother of Peace, will be ordained to the priesthood at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 25, at the Cathedral of St. Paul in St. Paul.
Many people were surprised when Pope Francis told reporters flying with him from Panama Jan. 27 that he did not think optional celibacy for priests in the Latin-rite church was a good idea.
Unity and fidelity are indispensable cornerstones of Christian marriage, Pope Francis said.