X
No Ads. No Trackers. No Kidding! (Learn More)
Loading...
"We know that Governor Walz and his administration are trusting that when faith communities gather, they will do so consistent with public health guidance. Our... [Read More]
Three priests at St. Ignatius in Annandale and a volunteer at a Mother's Day flower distribution have tested positive for COVID-19. All liturgies there are... [Read More]
Even as President Trump declared May 22 that governors must reopen churches and other places of worship shut down by the coronavirus pandemic, Minnesota Health... [Read More]
In his second livestreamed "Quarantine with Cozzens" conversation with young adults May 21, Bishop Andrew Cozzens of the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis said... [Read More]
The head of National Right to Life and other pro-life leaders criticized Planned Parenthood affiliates for applying for and receiving funds under the Paycheck Protection... [Read More]
"It's purely a pastoral decision that we have the responsibility, a weighty responsibility as pastors, of feeding our flocks. And so we have to decide... [Read More]
The uncertainty and restrictive measures in place due to the coronavirus pandemic caused an increase in prayers and religious fervor in Italy, a recent study... [Read More]
During two months of social isolation, the work of American business has migrated, ready or not, into the home. [Read More]
People visiting a Catholic Cemeteries site in the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis will find that much has changed because of COVID-19, but much... [Read More]
Several people in homeless shelters run by Catholic Charities of St. Paul and Minneapolis have tested positive for COVID-19 and are being cared for in... [Read More]
A priest at St. Ignatius in Annandale recently tested positive for COVID-19 and two other priests at the parish are experiencing symptoms that may be... [Read More]
Congratulations graduates! Masses allowed to resume, St. Peter's Basilica reopens, Nurse cares for COVID-19 patients, Victoria Johnson assumes role as ombudsperson, Catholic schools left out,... [Read More]
Schools not missing a beat Get serious about abortion Sacrament not just for dying Divine correction? Gender questions... [Read More]
In a "touchless" environment spawned by the coronavirus pandemic, living out the church's sacramental life is tough without the element of touch: the reception of... [Read More]
Some parishioners applauded the Minnesota bishops' plan announced May 20 to defy Gov. Tim Walz's 10-person limit on public Masses and other religious... [Read More]
The quiet victims during the worldwide coronavirus pandemic have been those grieving the death of a loved one. [Read More]
Where is God? It is an ancient question. Ever since Adam and Eve, as the result of original sin, our world beats with a mortally... [Read More]
"Given the well-researched protocols that we have proposed (and that are being followed successfully elsewhere in our nation) how can reason require us any longer... [Read More]
On May 14, Father James Herrmann became the first priest in the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis to die of COVID-19. He was 82. [Read More]
"I think there is a very strong sense of urgency for us to figure this piece out around churches," Walz said. [Read More]
Loading...
Save As
Preview
Preview