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.”
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.
Brother Daniel Hernandez’s ordination is set for July 9 at Holy Cross in Onamia.
Toni Schlangen, who is now Sister Bridget, recalls the moment of grace that transformed her.
As Catholic young adults, the Neves are intentional about living their faith and about evangelizing others.
Vincent Charles, to be ordained Nov. 13 as a permanent deacon in Isanti, believes God sparked his interest in becoming a deacon through his involvement in various parish ministries.
The vocation dates to the early days of the church and is considered the first form of consecrated life.
On July 31, Renee Doll vowed to become a consecrated virgin and will live her life as a faithful witness.