All human life is sacred

The sanctity or sacredness of human life is a concept people of faith understand and accept, especially when it’s in reference to the unborn. It becomes more … Read More

March for Life

On Jan. 27, thousands of young Americans — including nearly 200 from the Diocese of Green Bay — will fill the grounds of the Washington Monument in … Read More

Remembering the refugees

Welcome to 2017. Each new year offers us a fresh start, an opportunity to seek and accomplish new hopes and dreams. For some people, it’s in the … Read More

The baby Jesus and refugees

One of the many traditions leading up to Christmas is a blessing of baby Jesus figurines. This tradition often takes place on the third Sunday of Advent. … Read More

Amid the rush of the holiday …

How are your Christmas preparations going? It’s only about a week until Christmas, you know. So was this the year that you promised yourself to get all … Read More

One way to make season brighter

Before he died last year, my father-in-law, a widower, lived in an independent senior complex in Kimberly. One of Andy’s favorite Christmas memories from his time in … Read More

Advent inspiration: What inspires you?

Happy Advent. Yes, we are already approaching the second week of Advent, but sometimes it’s difficult to get into the spirit of the season. With a bitter … Read More

From a year to a life of mercy

After a year of proclaiming and practicing acts of mercy as part of the Jubilee Year of Mercy, Pope Francis officially concluded the extraordinary jubilee celebration by … Read More

The business of health care

We have finished the elections and many new leaders will take charge in January. Now it’s time to remember that we must care for the good of … Read More

Care for our common home

Pope Francis is constantly encouraging us to put the care and protection of creation high on our priorities. In his 2015 encyclical, “Laudato Si’: On Care for … Read More