A veteran teacher with nearly three decades in the classroom, Beth Wildern is still learning.
Despite a life full of tragedy, Saint John of God accepted God’s immense love and chose to express his gratitude by caring for the sick and mentally ill.
Every morning, Joe and Sherry Dunn hold hands on their living room couch and pray these words of openness and vulnerability to God working in their lives.
Lent... it’s not a time to lock ourselves in a personal dungeon.
An authentic encounter with Christ presupposes faith in him first.
4 ways to teach forgiveness for the everyday hurts and wounds.
Being a church musician, I am constantly inviting others into prayer. Every time I play a hymn at Mass, I invite all to participate in singing.
They are, for the most part, not at all trying to be disrespectful, but they just see a piece of bread.
But as St. John Paul II said, St. Joseph was more than “a just man and tireless worker.”
In Flint, Father Norman DuKette Council #90 was established in 1942 by lay members of Christ the King parish, and the Ladies Auxiliary Father DuKette Court #90 was founded a year later in 1943.