Monsignor Chester Borski reflects on his tenure as a Catholic priest in active ministry in the Archdiocese and his stewardship efforts as the St. Mary's Seminary celebrates its legacy during the Archdiocese's of 175.
Casa Juan Diego and Catholic Charities, recuperating from an overflow of Venezuelans seeking asylum from their country’s economic and political spiral this summer, may have to brace themselves for another possible surge this holiday season.
A centuries-old tradition in Western Christianity has observed All Souls Day on Nov. 2 as a time to attend Mass, offer prayers and give sacrifices for the souls of loved ones and others around the world who have passed away and are in need of God’s mercy with the hope of joining Him in heaven someday.
Ahead of the upcoming legislative year and roughly a month ahead of the Nov. 4 mid-term election day, Daniel Cardinal DiNardo celebrated the annual Red Mass at the Co-Cathedral of the Sacred Heart on Oct. 11.
Because more workers are desperately needed “in the vineyard” to continue spreading the word of Christ, one of the most essential tasks of the Church has always been to encourage and support young men and women discerning the call to the priesthood and religious life.
The National Prayer Vigil for Life held each January will continue even with the Supreme Court’s reversal of Roe v. Wade because there is “still a great need for prayer and advocacy”’ to end abortion and protect the unborn and their mothers, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) said Nov. 11.
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