Helping Cupid hit the mark

In two weeks, when Cupid draws his bow and arrow on Valentine’s Day, he should be armed with a permit. It seems his aim has been off … Read More

Seeing Jesus

It’s hard not to see Jesus the way we are used to seeing him on holy cards and church statues we’ve seen since childhood. Close your eyes … Read More

The role of the Catholic press

In less than two weeks, the church will mark the feast of St. Francis de Sales. The Jan. 24 feast day is an important observance for members … Read More

Persecution of Christians continues

Unidentified gunmen opened fire and killed Fr. Rene Bayang Regalado, a Filipino priest, on Jan. 24, 2021, as he was preparing to return to St. John XXIII … Read More

At Christmas, we need ‘Son-light’

Here we are, at the darkest time of the year. The winter solstice arrived Dec. 21 — with just 8 hours, 49 minutes and 27 seconds of … Read More

Make their season bright

One of my father-in-law’s favorite Christmas memories was the annual visit from Kimberly High School students to his retirement complex in Kimberly. Whenever my family visited him … Read More

‘Keep Christ in Christmas’

Following Masses last weekend at Prince of Peace Church in Bellevue, the Knights of Columbus distributed lawn signs that read “Keep Christ in Christmas.” The yard signs … Read More

Pandemic leads women to write

During the middle of the COVID-19 lockdown in the summer of 2020, two Green Bay women decided to fill their free time by soliciting stories about miracles. … Read More

Christ is our true king

Last Sunday, Nov. 26, the Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe, Bishop David Ricken entrusted the Diocese of Green Bay, as well as … Read More

A low-salt winter diet

The snowfall on Nov. 13-14 sent many of us looking for shovels and mittens. And salt for our sidewalks. Did you know that the salt you sprinkle … Read More