How do we greet the stranger?

Two years ago, I had the privilege of attending and reporting on a U.S. citizenship ceremony at the Brown County Courthouse. At this ceremony, 35 people from … Read More

Aiming for world free of disasters

Do you remember, as a child, when you first realized the world could be scary? For some, it was the Cold War, when “the bomb” taught children … Read More

A boost for Bible study

Several years ago, friends from St. Bernard Parish in Green Bay invited my wife and me to join them in a weekly Bible study. Breaking open the … Read More

Taking a stand against bullying

We were all children. Whether we attended public or parochial schools, chances are that, then as now, bullying was a sad fact of life. As adults, we … Read More

Public servants deserve prayers

Last month, Rep. Sean Duffy, who represents the 7th Congressional District of Wisconsin, which covers most of the counties encompassing the Diocese of Superior in northern Wisconsin, … Read More

Caring for ‘our common home’

“God saw that it was good.” (Gen 1:25) From the beginning of Genesis, we were told that creation is holy in God’s eyes. Yet every day we … Read More

The body and blood of Christ

When you go to Communion, what do you believe you will receive? If you said “the body, blood, soul and divinity of Jesus,” you know the Catholic … Read More

A posthumous recognition

During the Knights of Columbus Supreme Convention last week in Minneapolis, Supreme Knight Carl Anderson posthumously named Kendrick Castillo a Knight of Columbus. Castillo, 18, was shot … Read More

Apollo 11 and immigration

America recently celebrated with pride the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. It was an opportunity to step back and recognize the incredible achievements made … Read More

July heat wave can be deadly

The news ran rampant when a golden retriever died in a hot car at Lambeau Field July 11. Its owner was shopping inside. One news station reported … Read More