The LaShaw Family, a large, multi-generational presence in the Catholic farming community near Rockford, represents the best of humanity.
Joanne Platt Cipolla died in the summer of 2018, leaving a legacy of service in her parish and our diocese.
Tucked away on N. Evergreen Road in Spokane Valley is the Church of Saints Cyril and Methodius, which recently celebrated its 40th anniversary.
How does a mother’s heart find peace after losing a baby before birth?
A new endowment has recently been created from an estate gift left to the Cathedral of Our Lady of Lourdes by Ms. Katherine O’Sullivan.
In the midst of winter, I must return to summer for part II of Mass Appeal. A highlight of my sojourn to the Midwest was a weekend at St. John’s Abbey in Collegeville, Minnesota.
Ever heard of the 1984 movie Mass Appeal? My guess is you haven’t seen it.
I have childhood memories of seeing my dad at the kitchen table on Sunday morning writing a check, placing it in the parish envelope, and bringing it with us to Mass.
November is the month the Church remembers the dead. Throughout November, we visit cemeteries to honor our family members who have preceded us in death and we pray for the souls in purgatory.
One evening around this time last year, our doorbell rang.
In this third installment of reflections on priests who have influenced my life, I cannot overlook Msgr. Hugo Pautler, who flourished from 1932 to 1988.
If you have been around the Catholic Church long enough, you probably have had the opportunity to be at Mass when the topic of stewardship comes up.
In the life of the Church, there is a strong connection between evangelization and stewardship.
Whether they attend public school, private school, Catholic school, or home school, they need to be prepared to respectfully and clearly face the ideological challenges of gender ideology and gender confusion.