It’s not every day you have a chance to meet the founder of a religious order —especially one that has given 150 years of service to the archdiocese already.
Every Wednesday night, a hungry crowd gathers to be fed at Queen of the Holy Rosary Parish here.
Knowing a lot about St. Rose Philippine Duchesne is not a prerequisite for winning an award named in her honor.
The national debate on embryonic stem-cell research may be coming to an end. Maybe.
The rest of the state is starting to discover what members of St. Mary Parish in St. Benedict have known for years: Their church is a wonder.
The $2 million needed to complete the first major physical changes to St. Benedict’s Abbey here in 50 years will be raised by the end of 2008, a group of lay volunteers has declared.
The St. Lawrence Campus Catholic Center here was filled with family for the ordination of Deacon Shawn Tunink, 31, on Nov. 17.
Jean Farmer was sitting beside her husband’s hospital bed, holding his hand, soon after they learned that his death was imminent.
As the first quarter of the new school year drew to a close, Catholic school students all over the archdiocese turned in their “service hours,” reporting the 10, or 12, or 15 hours they spent…
Their jobs are safe for now, but it might be wise for musician Billy Joel and Nobel Prize- winning physicist Albert Fert to start looking over their shoulders.