Sauk Centre will play host to this special evening of music, art and presentations from author and speaker Christopher West, who is president of the Theology of the Body Institute, and singer Mike Mangione.
‘Made for More’ tour coming to Sauk Centre in April
Director: Title of Polish cardinal’s biopic has dual meaning
The movie, a biopic about 20th-century Polish Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski, delves into the Polish Communist Party’s yearslong operation to delegitimize him. It will have a limited run on select U.S. screens Nov. 15 and Nov. 17.
Pope revamps fund for rural communities in Latin America, Caribbean
In its 30 years of operation, the foundation had distributed more than $40 million to projects in rural areas across the region.
Photos of the Week: May 2, 2022
In the spotlight: Ukraine war, papal health, St. John Paul II
Greg Erlandson: Forestalling the rush to war
“Wars are easy to get into but usually difficult to extricate from. Since the Russian invasion of Crimea and its occupation of part of eastern Ukraine, an estimated 14,000 Ukrainian soldiers and civilians have died, and no end is in sight.”
U.K. bishops fight assisted suicide bills, plan novena to St. John Paul
Catholic bishops of England and Wales are planning a novena to St. John Paul in the nine days before second reading of an assisted suicide bill in the House of Lords, because the legislation will be considered Oct. 22, the saint’s feast day.
Polish pilgrims mark anniversary of attempt to assassinate St. John Paul II
“How difficult it is to forget the bang of the would-be assassin’s gunshots, which in a single moment could have put an end to this extraordinary pontificate,” Cardinal Stanislaw Dziwisz said at a Mass marking the anniversary.
Photos of the Week: May 17, 2021
In the spotlight: Israeli-Palestinian conflict, attempted-assassination anniversary, Our Lady of Fatima