The Galabration was a fun and festive fundraiser.
A favorite hymn of mine, The Servant Song, includes the line, “I will hold my hand out to you; speak the peace you long to hear.”
The Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD) is an anti-poverty and empowerment program, guided by the teachings of Jesus Christ and principles of Catholic Social Teaching, that strives to help those combatting the effects of unjust systems.
William Schelli, president of the Joliet chapter of the Knights of Columbus, presented Bishop Ronald Hicks with the Bishop’s Burse check in mid February at the Blanchette Catholic Center in Crest Hill.
This year's Procession for Life brought this witness to the beauty of life home in a more personal way.
Deacon Victor Puscas was recently named as the new director of formation in the Diaconate Office.
“This has been a great time of blessing for me."
We have heard some great testimonies from people who have done Exodus 90 and Fiat 90.
The Providence Catholic High School Music Department made school history, as seven students were selected to ILMEA District 1 Music Festival.
Anna said she wanted to do good because her faith teaches her that it’s important to help others.
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.
Glenn Van Cura, the executive director of Catholic Charities in the Diocese of Joliet, is leaving his position in early 2021.
Montini Catholic High School’s peer ministry team wrapped up their Neighbors in Need fundraiser for the Glen Ellyn Food Pantry.
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.
On Sept. 17, 2020, the Joliet Section of the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre (EOHSJ) held the annual Bishop’s Mass and Dinner at the Cathedral of St. Raymond Nonnatus in Joliet.
Council of Catholic Women (JDCCW) is participating again in the Box of Joy ministry.
On Sept. 4, 1967, the green and lush area of the Thang Binh District of the Que Son Valley in Vietnam was highly contested territory.
Angela Suwanski has been the kindergarten teacher at St. Joan of Arc School, in Lisle, for the past three years.
Delayed by the pandemic, the Chrism Mass was held in August this year.
Here are the men who were ordinated at the Cathedral of St. Raymond Nonnatus in Joliet.
In a “normal” year, most students would be less than enthusiastic about spending part of their summer in school.
Fall 2020 - Discovering Christ: The Experience!
Most of the refugees have a farming background in their homeland, and many of them save their seeds from year to year.