Cardinal Ouellet said the book “fills a gap in the current theological literature” on synodality because a “synodal church cannot progress without the commitment of conscious and personally involved actors to follow Christ in the church.”
A priesthood for all: Synodal church requires new look at ministry
Meet the 10th bishop of the Diocese of St. Cloud
How did Father Neary discern his vocation? What does he do in his free time? Find out by reading our Q&A with the bishop-elect.
New book offers spiritual wisdom from Father Ted Hesburgh
The collection is divided into seven parts — each a selection of Father Ted’s thoughts and advice on specific values.
At Mass, outgoing USCCB president encourages self-examination, renewal
The archbishop said that because God knows us so well — “better than we can ever know ourselves — God understands that sometimes we can lose our enthusiasm and our sense of purpose; we start doing things more out of a sense of duty than out of a sense of love.”
Making money must serve spiritual mission, pope tells Norbertines
A religious community must make sure its economic activity serves its mission and warns the idolatry of money “takes us away from the true vocation.”
Saying yes: Two Benedictine sisters to make final profession July 11
Benedictine Sisters Bridgette Powers and Laura Suhr are both set to make their perpetual monastic profession July 11 at St. Benedict’s Monastery in St. Joseph.
Facebook ‘like’ leads to vocation for Crosier brother
Brother Daniel Hernandez’s ordination is set for July 9 at Holy Cross in Onamia.
Richmond native professes first vows with Franciscan order in Ohio
Toni Schlangen, who is now Sister Bridget, recalls the moment of grace that transformed her.