Crosses come in many forms

They opened her up, and then closed her. The cancer has spread; there’s nothing they can do. Sentenced to death, her passion has begun. The woman is … Read More

Grasp the lesson in the tale of Lazarus

The Gospel reading this week tells about Jesus’ friendship with Martha, Mary and Lazarus. Despite some very complex theological discussion it is a very human tale. When … Read More

Rieder creates programs that build relationships

GREEN BAY — The StrengthsFinder assessment (now CliftonStrengths) by Gallup identified “Ideation” as one of the top five themes (strengths) for Paula Rieder, program coordinator for Whatsoever … Read More

Tengowski answers the call to fill areas of need

DE PERE — Next month, Tom Tengowski will mark his 10-year anniversary at Rockwell Automation, the world’s largest company dedicated to industrial automation and information. His current … Read More

‘Blessings in disguise’ fulfill Hollister

SUAMICO — When one door closed for Laura Hollister, two opened. Eight years ago, Hollister lost her position in banking operations after 19 years of employment. “It … Read More

Be a light in times of uncertainty

A friend once gave me a little book entitled “Attic People.” The book’s premise was that there are two kinds of people – attic people, who pull … Read More

Draw from the well of the living water

“I thirst” (John 19:28). Reflecting on these words of Jesus spoken from the Cross, St. Teresa of Kolkata once wrote, “When you finally open the doors of … Read More