The unicorn at the Annunciation

To most people, unicorns — those white horses with a horn in the middle of their foreheads — are pretty creatures of fantasy. However, in Middle Ages, … Read More

Touched by the stain of evil

As we move deeper into Lent, our focus turns more and more to Jesus’ journey to Jerusalem and the cross. Even though the Gospel for this Second … Read More

RCIA’s roots grow from the early church

On the First Sunday of Lent, people from many parishes will travel to St. Francis Xavier Cathedral in Green Bay (and cathedrals across the country) for the … Read More

Which purple belongs to Lent?

Are there two types of purple used in church? And does it really matter which? This was a question that appeared during Advent on a Facebook post. … Read More

A mixture you could miss

If you cook at all, you often mix ingredients together to make something new. That could include eggs and milk, butter and honey, or even coffee and … Read More

How many Valentines are there?

While the celebration of valentines is called “Valentine’s Day” in the singular sense, it might just as well be called “Valentines’ Day” — as a plural. On … Read More