They answered the call to give up their lives in services of others. Here are their stories:
More than a year ago, the pandemic abruptly changed our lives and our world. Many of us have experienced a feeling of disconnection from the people and things that bring us joy.
We all carry hopes in our hearts that are both big and small.
In the early days of the pandemic, factories furloughed staff, restaurants closed their doors, hotels sat empty, and nobody traveled.
I was born the day before Father’s Day, and every year my family celebrated the two occasions together.
Bishop Ronald A. Hicks announced the appointment of David Salvato as chancellor for the Diocese of Joliet.
Top Scholars to Address Faith and Science at the 45th Annual Summer Scripture Conference at the University of St. Mary of the Lake
Offered online and in-person.
Members of the Women’s Giving Circle navigated the new “virtual” world and continued its mission of advancing Catholic education.
I once read the poem, "Footprints in the Sand." It’s about a man walking the beach with the Lord.
Studying the Church, I have always been captivated by the ecclesiological notions of the Sense of Faith.
In moments of great challenge, there are moments of grace. This past year was certainly evidence of that.
Bishop Ronald A. Hicks has made the following appointments, which are effective on July 1, 2021.
Our relationship with God is dynamic. This evolving relationship with God is often expressed as a journey.
As children of the living God, we have an inherent connection with our Father.
Drew Isbell talks about his hopes and dreams for the young adult community in the diocese.
The program was launched to help individuals grow closer to God, develop a deeper prayer life, and learn how to accompany others in a life-changing relationship with God.