The year 2020 did not turn out exactly as anticipated. Before entering fully into this year 2021, let us take a moment to look back at 2020 and reflect by asking ourselves: what were some of the lessons learned?
Our schools continue to be a critical ministry of the diocese.
Talk with the intent to grow in your understanding and love for one another.
“There is in each of us an inner voice of Love that says: ‘You are the Beloved o...
How to talk to your boss, in person or remotely.
The Diocese of Joliet held a Mass that celebrated consecrated life and jubilee for religious and priests, brothers and sisters living and serving in the diocese.
Anna said she wanted to do good because her faith teaches her that it’s important to help others.
By now, I think it’s safe to say, the virtual classroom has affected every parent of school-aged children.
Tell Jesus what’s on your heart, and take time to listen to his response.
The Providence Catholic High School Music Department made school history, as seven students were selected to ILMEA District 1 Music Festival.
A voice of truth and reform when the Church was struggling with corruption and immorality.
Evelyn Mytyk (left), and Diane Meader Schenk (right), receive Volunteer of the Year awards from Courtney Suchor, Director of the Daybreak Center homeless shelter.