Andrew O’Leary was ordained a transitional deacon for the Diocese of Spokane on May 29 at Our Lady of Lourdes Cathedral. The interview for this article was conducted before the ordination, while O’Leary was finishing up his studies for the year.
Put Jesus first and feed your mind with the truth.
Bishop Thomas Daly ordained three new permanent deacons at St. Patrick’s Parish in Pasco just before Lent, increasing the parish’s ability to celebrate the sacraments and guide the faithful.
We all carry hopes in our hearts that are both big and small.
Following this path was motivated by her faith, but FOCUS missionaries impacted her journey.
I learned recently that there is a formal prayer one can say to St. Anthony, calling upon his intercession to help locate a lost article.
They have lost track of how many trips they’ve made to the mission!
So, how did it come about that I was at Mount Angel Abbey (located between Portland and Salem, Oregon) for Holy Week 2021?
I have a friend who says everything was much more reverent before the 1960s and that we should go back to the way things used to be. This is making me question what happens at Mass on Sunday.
A few more tips for maintaining consistent, loving parenting.
There is no denying that this past year has been very difficult for most of us.
These are the kinds of questions that can lead to a deepening and maturing of faith, so I am very glad that you asked about this.
Go behind the scenes of the New Testament with Theology 101.
The Catholic Foundation awarded 32 grants this year to schools, parishes, and diocesan agencies in two categories: religious education and community outreach.
Let’s get started planning robust celebrations of the World Day of Grandparents and the Elderly.
How many managers out there have been stressed out over the past year trying to manage remote teams?
Appel said his time in FOCUS has changed his own life goals.
There is hope for people with anger management problems.
During his 1977 rookie year with the Baltimore Orioles, future Hall of Famer Eddie Murray got a piece of advice from veteran Lee May: If you’ve got talent, May told the 21-year-old slugger, fame can’t help you, but the odds are it’ll ruin you.