Monsignor Gerald L. Vincke’s appointment as the new Bishop of Salina, Kansas was announced on June 13, 2018, just one day after the 19th anniversary of his ordination to the Priesthood. The 53-year-old Pastor of Holy Family Parish in Grand Blanc, Michigan will be installed on August 22, 2018, as the 12th Bishop of the Salina […]
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Our apologies – the NFPC Council Notes for Iowa’s March Presbyteral Council meeting were found to be incomplete – we hope to have it updated for next week’s e-letter. Thank you for your patience.
“Won’t You Be My Neighbor,” a Documentary covering the life of legendary PBS Star. Click here for Deacon Greydanus’ review of the Mr. Rogers Documentary Steven D. Greydanus is the film critic for the National Catholic Register and has been with the Register since 2003. He has also written regular columns for Crux (then a […]
On June 13, 2018, the USCCB opened their Spring assembly in Ft. Lauderdale by condemning recent immigration policies from the U. S. Government that separates families at the U.S.-Mexico border and threatened to deny asylum for people fleeing domestic and gang violence. The morning session started with a statement which escalated to several bishops endorsing […]
In recent weeks the U. S. government’s policy of separating families at the U.S.-Mexican Border has met with a tremendous amount of public indignation. Here’s an excerpt from the June 11 National Catholic Reporter (NCR) editorial denouncing the Federal Government’s new “zero-tolerance” policy: “Making family separation a point of government policy is unacceptable and immoral. For […]