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‘Catholics at the Capitol 2021’ goes virtual

  MADISON — Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and factors affecting individuals’ ability to travel and gather, the Wisconsin Catholic Conference (WCC) has canceled  the Catholics at … Read More

GRACE first-grade teacher wins Golden Apple Award

April Neuville strives to instill a passion for learning in her students

ALLOUEZ — April Neuville, first-grade teacher at Father Allouez Catholic School, admits that she is her worst critic, so it’s not easy for her to discuss her … Read More

‘I’m excited to be here,’ Bishop-elect Felton tells people of Duluth at press conference

ALLOUEZ — Even though the skies were cloudy and rainy, it was a day of bright excitement and hope for the 400,000 people of the Diocese of … Read More


Christians, Muslims must spread hope, says Vatican message for Ramadan

VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Christians and Muslims share a conviction that God calls them to be “witnesses, restorers and builders of hope” both in this life and … Read More

Police fire tear gas into Haitian bishops’ Mass for freedom

MIAMI (CNS) — A “Mass for the freedom of Haiti,” led by Haitian bishops, turned violent at the end when police fired tear gas into the church. … Read More

Sponsor a gargoyle: New fundraiser launched for Notre Dame in Paris

A novel fundraising approach to restore one of the most iconic monuments in the world, Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, enables donors to have a piece of … Read More

The Compass GPS Blog

A pro-life rosary

Sam Lucero | The Compass

Carolyn Lefeber, a member of St. Patrick Parish in Stephensville, was one of about 100 people to attend the Disciples for Life Conference on Jan. 23 at … Read More

A cherished rosary

Sam Lucero | The Compass

One of the thrills of photographing people for The Compass is getting to listen to their stories. I recently traveled to Greenville to photograph Jim Cotter, who … Read More

DACA recipient: ‘My message would be of love’

Sam Lucero | The Compass

ALLOUEZ – The Supreme Court began hearing arguments Nov. 12 in a case that could eventually end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, also known as … Read More