- Jul 29, 2021
For more than 50 years, Father Harry Bury has been a voice calling for peace and justice in a world fraught with violence and poverty.
Following Derek Chauvin’s June 25 sentencing for the murder of George Floyd, Archbishop Bernard A. Hebda of St. Paul and Minneapolis prayed it would “bring a measure of peace and healing” to Floyd’s family, his friends “and our community.”
The Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis announced June 17 it has fulfilled its remaining $3 million obligation to clergy abuse survivors ahead of schedule in its $210 million bankruptcy settlement.
The Disciple Maker Index is a 75-question tool on the impact a parish has on personal faith growth and developing community.
A former top official in the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis mishandled clergy sex abuse cases and failed to protect children from abusive priests, an archdiocese investigation has concluded.
After two years of preparation in the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis, Archbishop Bernard A. Hebda officially convoked a local, yearlong synod, which requires the participation of every parish, he announced May 22 at the beginning of an outdoor Pentecost vigil Mass in Bloomington.
Last summer, protests focused on racial justice and police reform followed George Floyd’s death in the Twin Cities and around the country. Rioting also broke out in St. Paul and Minneapolis and other U.S. cities.
Scripture makes clear that the Sabbath is a day of rest. But for most Americans, including many Catholics, it ends up being a day of restlessness.