Walking to work was not all that unusual, especially for George, but his journeys were not solo ones.
When Bishop Raica first identified faith formation as a priority he wished to highlight in the One Voice, my mind went directly to religious education classes.
“We must be aware that faith is a gift, a gift from God,” says Terry Thompson.
One of the most beautiful rituals that the Church offers is the Rite for the Consecration of a Church.
The journey of how I ended up as a Benedictine monk and priest at St. Bernard Abbey was a winding road.
The command — make disciples of all nations. The promise — behold, I am with you always.
Around this time each year, we are encouraged by the Church to allow the season of Lent to change us.
Helping faith formation leaders and catechists grow as disciples of Jesus is a big part of the work of the Office of Religious Education.
These services are nothing short of an invitation into the heart of our Christian faith.
Lent has always been a grace-filled moment in our liturgical calendar to take stock of our relationship with the Lord and with each other.
Jesus’ expectations for the way we should treat each other are crystal clear, but sometimes we fall short.
A years-long project completed: The dedication of the Anna Catharine Grace Memorial Pipe Organ.