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Commentary: The Walls That Walz built

We are in an unprecedented time where a virus has taken hold of the world. And it appears as if politicians around the U.S....

MN Senate Republican Leader: If Walmart Can Stay Open, So Can...

Republicans in the Minnesota State Senate believe that churches should be allowed to remain open just like big box stores during the COVID-19 pandemic. "If...

Minnesota Young Adults Provide Needed Hope To Catholic Church

At one o’clock in the afternoon on a Sunday you can find a group of young adults’ video chatting on the computer holding a...

Archbishop Bernard Hebda suspends masses for 2 weeks in Archdiocese of...

Archbishop Bernard A. Hebda is suspending all masses and gatherings for the next 2 weeks in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Tonight’s decision came after...

‘Seeking Solace’: Largest Catholic Church In North America Sees Increase In...

The Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception will remain open “as long as we are permitted by government authorities,” the rector...

Kendall Qualls: My Faith Journey

As we honor Ash Wednesday, I wanted to share my personal journey with the Christian faith. Growing up and late into my 20’s, I...

Having the courage to stand

I had the honor of attending Minnesota Family Counsel’s Courage to Stand dinner last Friday evening. For those of you unfamiliar with...

Cathedral Rector Defends Knights of Columbus From Senators’ Attack

Leading potential Democratic candidate for President Kamala Harris continues to receive criticism for her attacks on a large Catholic fraternal organization Knights of Columbus. The Knights of...

The Myth of the Pagan Origins of Christmas

  It’s generally accepted that early Christians adopted December 25th as the day of Christ’s birth to co-opt the pagan celebration of the winter solstice....