The passing of more than half a century has not diminished the power of the images Gordon Parks captured of the simple life of the monks at St. Benedict’s Abbey here.
Internet opens up world of religious orders to seekers
Remembering Msgr. Helidore Mejak, who at 98 was the oldest active priest in the archdiocese — and maybe the country
Two monks made monastic vows and three men entered the novitiate at St. Benedict’s Abbey here on Dec. 8, the feast of the Immaculate Conception.
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.
The St. Lawrence Campus Catholic Center here was filled with family for the ordination of Deacon Shawn Tunink, 31, on Nov. 17.
There’s no tape on her glasses or protector in her pocket.
If the Eucharist is “the source and summit of Christian life,” according to the Catechism of the Catholic Church, where would we be without priests to celebrate Mass?
There is one day in the year when you don’t have to guess what a Franciscan is doing.
For 94 years, these two sisters have done nearly everything together.