A new coalition has formed in Minnesota following a recent push to legalize physician-assisted suicide in the state.
Diverse Minnesota coalition forms to oppose physician-assisted suicide
Master general of Crosier order visits Minnesota
The leader of the worldwide Crosier Order, Father Laurentius Tarpin, recently visited the United States for the first time since being named master general in 2015. He spent a week at the priory in Phoenix, Arizona, before arriving in Onamia Nov. 14.
Volunteers sought for Point-in-Time Count of the homeless
Volunteers are needed to conduct the next Point-in-Time Count, an annual effort to estimate the number of Americans without safe, stable housing.
Foley school bakes thousands of Christmas treats for fundraiser
For more than 20 years, St. John’s Area School in Foley has carried on the tradition of baking, packaging and selling homemade Christmas treats each December.
Benedictine Brother Isaiah Frederick to be ordained Dec. 10
Benedictine Brother Isaiah Frederick, 43, will be ordained to the priesthood Dec. 10 at St. John’s Abbey. He was born in Puyallup, Washington, and grew up […]
Butler youth raise $1,000 to invest in microloans
Youth from Holy Cross Church in Butler raised money to invest in microloans that will help people in developing countries start their own businesses.
Waite Park Knights plan Coats for Kids giveaway
The Knights of Columbus Council 5548 hosts its fifth Coats for Kids and Black Friday giveaway from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday, Nov. 25, at […]
Rockville hosts poster exhibit of eucharistic miracles
Mary of the Immaculate Conception Parish in Rockville will host a free poster exhibit of 126 worldwide eucharistic miracles. The posters contain photographs, maps and explanations. […]