Deacon John Wocken’s class recently finished this year’s classroom quilt, his last before he retires at the end of this school year. The quilts he has made over the years with his students will be auctioned to raise funds for student scholarships.
Justice Breyer, who is Jewish, has taken stands that both go against and support Catholic teaching.
“Our options do not narrow with the ticking clock. We may find a new passion — or a new version of an old one that doubles the joy.”
Archbishop Charles Chaput’s new book, “Things Worth Dying For: Thoughts on a Life Worth Living,” is personal reflection about death taking cues from his resignation and retirement.
Sister Keehan, who has been Catholic Health Association’s leader for the past 14 years and has been an advocate of promoting health care access for all, is retiring at the end of June.
When God closes a door, he opens a window, and it’s time to hit the road.
Sister Carol Keehan, a Daughter of Charity, has announced her retirement as president and CEO of the Catholic Health Association of the United States, effective June 30, 2019.
Deacon Fred St. Jean is retiring after 35 years of ordained ministry with St. Andrew Parish in Elk River.