Perhaps I’m biased, but I think that some of the unsung heroes of the coronavirus pandemic are parents.
St. Joseph’s Day, the principal feast day of the spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary, occurs on March 19.
COVID-19 has impacted nearly every aspect of the operations of Catholic Charities, Diocese of Joliet.
Deacon Victor Puscas was recently named as the new director of formation in the Diaconate Office.
I am pleasantly surprised with the response of the large number of people connecting in online prayers rooms.
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.
Let me begin with a question. Was Lent different for you last year because of the pandemic?
Saint Joseph is introduced quickly in Matthew’s Gospel, and he disappears by the time of Jesus’ public ministry.
Lent aims Catholics toward a spiritual bullseye: learning how to become more open to a loving relationship with God.
There is a ceramic tile that hangs by my back door not too far from my walking shoes. It states a quote by St. Augustine, "It is solved by walking."
This year's Procession for Life brought this witness to the beauty of life home in a more personal way.
"I know the plans I have for you, plans to give you a future and a hope" (Jeremiah 29:11)