By Archbishop Gregory M. Aymond You’ve often said that quality in vocations is more important than quantity, but the archdiocese seems to be experiencing a
Creating a vocation-minded parish was the aim of a recent “World Day of Prayer for Vocations” at St. Dominic Parish, said Sister of Christian
While God is many things – including humankind’s all-powerful and ever-forgiving creator – there is one divine characteristic that sometimes gets forgotten by young
Their own powerful encounters with the living God must continually lead consecrated men and women to share this life-altering experience with others – and
When the two disciples fleeing Jerusalem after Jesus’ death realized the risen Christ had been with them all along on the road to Emmaus, they couldn’t wait to tell others the amazing news, said Dominican Father Thomas Schaefgen, speaking to 1,200 fifth graders assembled at Mount Carmel Academy April 29.