Oct. 29 is Priesthood Sunday
By Joanne Flemming
Back when Fr. John Girotti was in the seminary, he thought being a priest was a science.
"You say this. Then the person will react that way. You will know what to say in return," recalled Fr. Girotti.
But since his ordination in 2002, Fr. Girotti, 30, has learned by "dealing with people and the soul," that "there is a real art to that. There has to be a sensitivity, an understanding and a realization that things are not always as they seem. There needs to be patience, understanding and giv(ing) God room to work."
That is one of the many reasons that Fr. Girotti, 30, has found the priesthood to "a great adventure," full of surprises. Full story ...
Those who knowingly reject church teachings
should not receive, draft document says
Education Board to review former principal's case
Decision due this month
State referenda draw spirited discussions
Marriage, death penalty, spark mixed reactions
Schools can improve security in several ways
Better lighting and changes in layout are two good steps
Correction to "Connecting Wisconsin-Uganda Catholics" article in Oct. 20 issue
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Reflection on the Readings by Auxiliary Bishop Morneau --
for October 29, 2006: Our weakness leads to compassion
Explaining the Scripture by Fr. Michael Stubbs --
for October 29, 2006: Why does Mark identify the blind man?
Editorial -- Respect rights
U.S. and other countries must use a high standard when they deal
Editorial -- Sing out loud and clear
Survey asks why we sing in church
Eye on the Capitol -- Legislature acts to strengthen families
Foundations of Faith -- When was the last time you heard angels?
Words at the Mass help us join in their heavenly choir
Saint of the Day -- Patron of hunters became shepherd of souls
Vision of a stag turned hunter Hubert to pursuit of holiness
Stewardship: A Way of Life -- Faithful Citizenship 2006 (Sixth in a Series)
One man, one woman, one union: Questions and answers on Wisconsin's
constitutional amendment to define marriage
Calendar of events
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