As my family anticipates yet another holiday in 2020 requiring painful, loving sacrifices to protect the health of our elderly parents, I am nudged toward acceptance and surrender, both of which God has been trying to teach me my whole life.
Joseph and Mary had every right to feel fatigued, overwhelmed and disheartened when, after a long journey, they found no room in the inn.
Montini Catholic High School’s peer ministry team wrapped up their Neighbors in Need fundraiser for the Glen Ellyn Food Pantry.
To understand members of the Catholic Grandparents Association (CGA) and what their mission is, all you have to do is hear what happens at the beginning of their meetings.
Brighten a life this Christmas! This is a special opportunity to sponsor an individual or family through the Gift of Christmas Program at Catholic Charities, Diocese of Joliet.
Hispanic Ethnic Ministries Office begins training the first cohort of Hispanic/Latino Catholic leaders in January.
Glenn Van Cura, the executive director of Catholic Charities in the Diocese of Joliet, is leaving his position in early 2021.
Father Michael McGivney was a parish priest and founder of the Knights of Columbus.
“This is another tragic chapter in the Church’s long struggle to confront the crimes of sexual abuse by clergy.”
Bishop Ronald A. Hicks announced the appointment of Leah McCluskey Heffernan, MSW, LSW, as the director of the Office of Child and Youth Protection for the Diocese of Joliet.
Benedictine University Theology Professor Named as Consultor for Vatican Council on Interreligious Dialogue
Rita George-Tvrtković was recently surprised when she received a letter in the mail from the Vatican.