Be ready folks for a barrage of speculation in which the so called "experts" are going to be fellow media show offs.
This is a challenge to every priest to live an extraordinary life of simplicity, humility, and holiness.
Watch a video of Bishop Murphy's recent talk in Rockford, Ill.
At the end of June and the beginning of July there will be, as usual, some changes in pastors of some of the parishes of the diocese.
What came across in his lectures was ... deep insights presented by someone who believed totally in what he was presenting.
The diocesan Ministry to Catholics of African Ancestry celebrated its annual Mass of Thanksgiving at St. Agnes Cathedral.
Diocesan High School Youth Conference offers a day of worship and fellowship with a line-up of great guest speakers and musicians.
Recreational Catholicism—Catholicism as a traditional, leisure-time activity absorbing perhaps 90 minutes of one’s time on a weekend—is over.
Students from St. Peter of Alcantara School, Port Washington, read their own creative writing at Barnes & Noble.
This a beautiful meditation on peace ... that opens up ways to pray for peace, work for peace and become true advocates for peace.
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