For the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Our Lady of Sorrows’ Knights of Columbus members were able to cook breakfast at a blood drive.
Members of the John Carroll Catholic High School baseball team recently spent time packing diapers for Bundles of Hope Diaper Bank.
Students at St. Bernard Prep gathered in the Abbey Church to give thanks to God.
Sixteen of John Carroll Catholic High School’s thespians recently competed in 24 events at the State Trumbauer Theatre Festival at Troy University.
Kelly Riordan Horwitz made her solemn profession into the Secular Franciscan Order at St. Francis of Assisi Church in Bessemer.
John Carroll Catholic High School senior Stanley Stoutamire has been selected as a semi-finalist for the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation Award.
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I hope these ideas can be a gentle nudge to step out as the domestic Church and seek those in need.
Advent is a season that invites us to prayerfully prepare and wait for Christmas Day.
The time spent planning, shopping, wrapping, and assembling is all worth it when they see the gifts.
Rejoice that you feel this discomfort; it’s a sign your marriage is healthy.
St. Olympias was orphaned and widowed, and she still managed to serve God and the poor.
During Advent, we undertake a spiritual journey to meet the infant Christ.
Did you know that the “Twelve Days of Christmas” may have a deeper symbolic meaning?
Blessed Carlo Acutis is the patron saint of the first year of the National Eucharistic Revival and one of its intercessors.
Advent is upon us. It is a time of waiting, anticipating, remembering and hoping.