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The Catholic Herald is the official newspaper of the Diocese of Madison. Its purpose is to inform and educate people of the Diocese through communications that proclaim Gospel values, report the news, and comment on issues as they pertain to the mission of the Catholic Church, which is to bring all in Jesus Christ to the Father.
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Fort Atkinson parishioners:
Move into new church, plan open house weekend
FORT ATKINSON -- A great deal of rejoicing fills the air as members of St. Joseph Parish celebrate their first weekend Masses in their new church located at 1660 Endl Blvd. on July 16 and 17.
This is the culmination of more than eight years of planning, pledging, and plodding along through untold obstacles and setbacks.
Those parishioners who gave countless volunteer hours painting, staining, and scrubbing are especially savoring the fruits of their labors. Although the new school has been in use since April 1, parishioners have finally finished wandering for Masses. Full story ...
|News & Features:
Pope decries London bombings: As barbaric acts against
Synod working document: Eucharist must be celebrated
O'Connor retirement: Ends era for first woman on Supreme Court
by Douglas W. Kmiec --
Supreme Court: Should take advice from Catechism
by Fr. William J. Byron --
Catholic education: How to be 'dynamically Catholic'
by Fr. John Dietzen --
Questions: Living in a vegetative state; working on Sundays
The Pope Speaks
by Pope Benedict XVI -- Canticle: Tells of the grace Christ gives us
by Monica and Bill Dodds --
Your family: Discovering its cultural, spiritual heritage
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For young men and their fathers
MADISON -- Young men and their fathers gathered recently with Bishop Robert C. Morlino and seminarians and priests of the Diocese of Madison during the bishop's first annual summer high school gathering at the Bishop O'Connor Catholic Pastoral Center here.
More than 60 people attended the event, which was sponsored by the Office of Vocations. It included games, a social, a dinner, and music by "Oremus," a Christian band including seminarian Chris Reitz and his brother Thomas.
Fr. Jim Bartylla, director of the Office of Vocations, welcomed the group. Eddie Cotter, Jr., president of the Dead Theologians Society (DTS), spoke to attendees about DTS, a Catholic youth apostolate that seeks to inspire young people through the examples of the lives of saints.
Bishop Morlino talked to participants about their future as husbands and fathers in families or as priests, noting that Pope John Paul II was once young and started out like them. Full story ...
|Catholic Herald summer publication schedule
||first two weeks of Aug.
During the summer months, The Catholic Herald will continue to be published weekly except for four issues. The remaining issue to be skipped is Aug. 11. Above is the deadline for the issue prior to the week skipped.