Bishop Richard J. Sklba's May 11, 2006, Herald of Hope - "Entering the decoding game"
Milwaukee Archbishop Timothy M. Dolan and Auxiliary Bishop Richard J. Sklba wrote this letter to Catholics in southeastern Wisconsin on October 4, 2002.
What does our Catholic faith say about poverty? What is poverty? What is at the root of poverty? And what should our reaction be toward it?
Sudan remains an urgent priority for U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops with active and ongoing advocacy work in solidarity with the people of Sudan.
A review of church history reveals that from the start Catholics in the United States cultivated a vibrant practice of the Christian faith that eagerly has been passed on from generation to generation. Now, we Catholics of today embrace that same faith-filled spirit as the twenty-first century accelerates us into an uncharted future.
The Catholic Church has taken a position on immigration because it is a humanitarian issue which carries moral implications. Immigration policies impact human dignity and human life, and therefore should be addressed.
Each week, Archbishop Jerome E. Listecki communicates with Catholics in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee through an email entitled "Love One Another."
Archbishop Jerome E. Listecki's Love One Another from December 16, 2010.
Love Thy Neighbor is the department newsletter of the Office of Social Justice Ministry. Current and past issues are available for download.
"One Human Family" is the title of the 2011 message from Pope Benedict XVI for the 97th World Day for Migrants and Refugees. This resource is a printable version of the message in PDF format.
Archbishop Jerome E. Listecki has written a pastoral letter to Catholics in southeastern Wisconsin.
Weblinks for preaching resources for liturgy.
We usually speak of the gift of the Spirit at Pentecost as the remarkable ability of the Apostles to speak in languages other than their own. Crowds of Jewish pilgrims were gathered in Jerusalem from countless different nations and lands. When the tongues of something like
fire appeared over the Apostles amid all the wonders of the occasion, they suddenly spoke in foreign languages.
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