Dunrovin Christian Brothers Retreat Center in Marine on St. Croix, Minnesota, recently honored seminarian Deacon Nick Vance and fellow former staff members for their leadership training work with high schoolers.
How can we effectively share the truth about Jesus in the Eucharist — one of the most misunderstood Catholic teachings — with others in a world where faith seems to be less and less popular?
Watch: Saint Paul Seminary Catechetical Institute sends forth lay missionaries in Saint Paul-Minneapolis
As part of the Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis Synod (“You Will Be My Witnesses”), every pastor was called by Archbishop Bernard Hebda to appoint 12 missionaries from his parish to form a “Synod Evangelization Team.” The training to go out and spread the Gospel included attending The Saint Paul Seminary Catechetical Institute’s School of Discipleship program led by biblical scholar Jeff Cavins.
Chalice stories: Every priest has a vocation as unique as the cup he uses to consecrate the Blood of Christ
Most parish priests have their own, personal chalice. Some of them use it to celebrate Mass daily. Others save it for special occasions – important feast days, their ordination anniversary, the wedding or funeral of a family member.
How can Catholics say what looks like bread and wine is actually Jesus Himself? What is the Eucharist?
The National Eucharistic Revival officially began June 19, 2022 on the Feast of Corpus Christi and will culminate with the 10th National Eucharistic Congress from July 17-21, 2024 in Indianapolis.