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Parish program is an exercise for body, soul

Pickerel parish celebrates centennial

St. Philip Parish celebrates 75th anniversary Sept. 24

Compass in Classroom program offering teacher worksheets

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Compass in Classroom program offering teacher worksheets

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The Compass, newspaper for the Diocese of Green Bay, is collaborating with other diocesan departments on a new feature for children. In September, as part of its … Read More

Parish program is an exercise for body, soul

‘Road to Bethlehem’ an exercise in health, spirituality

Members of Resurrection Parish participate in “The Journey, Walking the Road to Bethlehem” Sept. 14. (Sam Lucero | The Compass)

ALLOUEZ — A local parish is already planning for Christmas — by getting in shape this fall. Resurrection Parish in Allouez kicked off its “The Journey, Walking … Read More

Pickerel parish celebrates centennial

Bishop Ricken will join parishioners for anniversary Mass Sept. 21

Members of the St. Mary Parish’s centennial planning committee stand outside the Pickerel church. From left, back row, are Bill Heinen, Bonnie Young, Pat Marquardt, Nancy Killoren and Grace Bostwick. Front row: Virg Kruzitski, Mary Guenther, Ray Bostwick, Ben Clark and Carol Marquardt. (Lisa Haefs | For The Compass)

PICKEREL — St. Mary Catholic Church, built through the labor of pioneer settlers and financially nourished by hundreds of chicken dinners and picnics, will celebrate its centennial … Read More

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Cardinals seeking doctrinal war?

German cardinal sees debate over Communion for divorced, remarried

German Cardinal Walter Kasper, pictured in a Feb. 21 photo, is a proponent of changing church practice to allow divorced and civilly remarried Catholics to receive Communion. In a Sept. 18 interview, Cardinal Kasper responded to criticism from some of h is fellow cardinals over the Communion issue, suggesting they might be seeking a "doctrinal war" whose ultimate target was Pope Francis. (CNS photo | Paul Haring)

VATICAN CITY — The extraordinary Synod of Bishops on the family will not open until Oct. 5, but some of its most prominent members are already publicly … Read More

N.J. man recalls vision cure attributed to Sister Miriam’s intercession

By Al Frank Catholic News Service NEWARK, N.J. — Michael Mencer, 58, well remembers the September day in 1964 when he was walking home from St. Anastasia … Read More

Growing secularization seen weakening place of religion in U.S. society

Pictured is the first page of the U.S. Constitution, the fundamental law of the government. It was written in 1787 in Philadelphia by 55 delegates to the Constitutional Convention. It is the oldest written national constitution still in use. (CNS photo | courtesy of National Archives)

NEW YORK — Religious liberty is under aggressive assault on many fronts in a culture increasingly insensitive to rights guaranteed by the First Amendment to U.S. Constitution, … Read More

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Pope Francis and religious journalism

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John Allen, Vatican correspondent for The Boston Globe, right, is pictured with Greg Erlandson, president and publisher of Our Sunday Visitor, at a Catholic Press Association convention. (Sam Lucero | The Compass)

The Francis Effect is real and religious journalism owes Pope Francis a holy high five. Since his election March 13, 2013, the Catholic Church has been garnering … Read More

She smiles her way to success

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Amy Kawula, advertising and marketing manager for The Compass. (Sam Lucero | The Compass)

Last month I was asked to write a column for The Catholic Journalist, newspaper for the Catholic Press Association of the United States and Canada (CPA), about … Read More

A photographer’s take on the sign of peace

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Then-Archbishop Timothy Dolan gives a newly ordained deacon an embrace during the sign of peace in 2007. (Photo by Sam Lucero)

The celebration of Mass was in the news this week after a letter from the Vatican’s Congregation for Divine Worship and the Sacraments was made public. The … Read More