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Rwandan priest who survived genocide preaches forgiveness and mercy

Youth ministry event opens Hortonville teen’s eyes to service in church

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Youth ministry event opens Hortonville teen’s eyes to service in church

Bishop’s Appeal supports parish youth ministry, religious education activities

Derrick Diedrich, 17, a member of St. Mary Parish in Greenville, buttons up his cassock prior to serving at Mass Jan. 30. Diedrich, who teaches religious education at his parish, says a 2013 youth conference in St. Louis inspired him to get more involved in his faith. He is now discerning a vocation to the priesthood. The Bishop’s Appeal supports youth ministries that allow diocesan youth to learn more about their faith. (Steve Wideman | For The Compass)

GREENVILLE — Surrounded by 3,000 Catholic youths in the midst of a three-hour Eucharistic Adoration prayer event at the 2013 Steubenville Youth Conference in St. Louis, Mo., … Read More

Lent is time to seek mercy through reconciliation

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GREEN BAY — During this Jubilee Year of Mercy, Pope Francis is encouraging Catholics to seek mercy through the sacrament of reconciliation. On several occasions, Pope Francis … Read More

Rwandan priest who survived genocide preaches forgiveness and mercy

Fr. Ubald visits diocese to celebrate healing Masses at shrine

Fr. Ubald Rugirangoga, a priest from the Diocese of  Cyangugu in Rwanda, celebrated two healing Masses at the Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help last week. The priest, who survived his country’s genocide in 1994, speaks about forgiveness and reconciliation. (Sam Lucero | The Compass)

CHAMPION — Since 1995, Fr. Ubald Rugirangoga has been preaching about forgiveness, mercy and reconciliation. The African priest speaks from the heart, having survived the 1994 genocide … Read More

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Don’t judge sinners who want to repent, help them come home, pope says

VATICAN CITY — On the eve of sending off “missionaries of mercy” to all corners of the globe, Pope Francis told his specially appointed men that the … Read More

Papal commission on sex abuse votes that member take leave of absence

VATICAN CITY — The papal commission on child protection voted that one of its members — a survivor of abuse and victims’ advocate — take a leave … Read More

Wisconsin priest to become USCCB associate general secretary

WASHINGTON — Msgr. Jeffrey D. Burrill, a priest of the Diocese of La Crosse, Wis., will become associate general secretary of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops … Read More

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Sweet on social media

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Do you Facebook? Recently, I had heard that Facebook is for “old people” (at least middle-aged) and not the coolest thing on the block anymore when it … Read More

World Meeting of Families pilgrims hold reunion

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The World Meeting of Families pilgrimage, sponsored by The Compass in partnership with the Office of Family and Married Life, attracted more than 100 people to Philadelphia … Read More

Mass on campus: Enjoy the homily

Sam Lucero | The Compass

One of the perks of working for the church (more specifically, the Diocese of Green Bay) is the opportunity to attend daily Mass on the diocesan grounds. … Read More