Learn, Serve, Lead

The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) lists the advantages for students in Catholic schools in terms of the measurable gains in academic achievements; the development of social benefits and civic-mindedness for the greater commu

Bishop Gregory J. Hartmayer’s homily for the 2nd Sunday of Ordinary Time

Michelangelo regarded his service to the church and the community as a vocation and not merely a job or yet another commission. He approached each work with reverence and humility, seeking to discover rather than create.

Father Pablo Migone
Padre Creador de las Estrellas

Mientras recorríamos un cami- no de tierra mal cuidado y lleno de baches, miré hacia el cielo y me quedé boquiabierto. Nunca había apreciado algo así, y nunca más he vuelto a apreciar algo así en mi vida.

Responding to the Call

We will hear from the Book of the Prophet Isaiah 8:23-9:3 (“The people who walked in darkness have seen a great light”), from Saint Paul’s First Letter to the Corinthians 1:10- 13, 17 (“For Christ did not send me to baptize but to preach the gospe

St. Peter Claver parish legacy thrives at 30th MLK breakfast

As the sun rose behind the parish’s brick tower that hoists a cross over Macon’s historic African American Pleasant Hill neighborhood, the True Faith Church of God in Christ kitchen staff was frying up sausage and scrambling eggs on the ground flo

Moving and Growing

Charlie’s school is just close enough that it doesn’t feel too painful to make the drive. It’s in a quiet enough town that I don’t feel too overwhelmed at the thought of leaving him there.

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