Blessed John XXIII launched Vatican reforms
VATICAN CITY (CNS) – Although he served as pope for less than five years, Blessed John XXIII left one of the most lasting legacies in the Catholic Church’s history by convening the Second Vatican Council.
Blessed John Paul brought moral force to world stage
VATICAN CITY (CNS) –Blessed John Paul II, who will be canonized April 27, was one of the most forceful moral leaders of the modern age.
He brought a philosopher’s intellect, a pilgrim’s spiritual intensity and an actor’s flair for the dramatic to his role as head of the universal church for more than 26 years.
Holy Cross advances to international robotics play
When the members of Holy Cross High’s “VEX” robotics team designed their wheeled, aluminum-and-steel robot resembling a miniature shopping cart, only one name would do: “Maximus.”
Teens rally for peace
Walter Bonam likes to start his day with a simple prayer: “Lord help me to see what you are asking of me. Lord, help me do what will glorify you.”
It is a prayer he prayed with those attending the “Team Up Against Violence” peace rally on April 12 at Notre Dame Seminary to encourage their efforts for peace.
The Light of Christ
Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ:
I extend to all of our faithful readers of the Clarion Herald my prayers for a blessed Easter season.
May the Feast of the Resurrection of Christ give you renewed hope and peace.
Beloved Holy Family Sister Eva Regina dies at 74
Sister of the Holy Family Eva Regina Martin died April 7 at Lafon Nursing facility. She was 74. She was a Sister of the Holy Family for 54 years.