Saint Francis de Sales Seminary near Milwaukee – where Diocese of Superior seminarians study – hosts a group of women twice a year to pray for vocations and receive spiritual formation. The de Chantal Society is named for St. Jane de Chantal, an inspiration for Catholic women whose prayer is recognized as integral to families, vocations and the church.
The Diocese of Superior is currently in the second year of an ongoing process of going from maintenance to mission. Part of the call to evangelize is reaching out to the margins of the church and of society. It is in that spirit that Holy Family Parish, Woodruff, inaugurated the evening of listening and dialogue.
Beginning March 2, 2022, the Diocese of Superior kicked off a special collection to provide humanitarian relief and pastoral support during the war in Ukraine as an initiative of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops.
Since 2018 for the men and 2019 for women, the Diocese of Superior’s adult ministry retreats have experienced steady growth, said director of Evangelization and Missionary Discipleship Chris Hurtubise.
One of the primary characteristics of a Catholic education is the incorporation of Christian faith and morality. This includes subject matter such as building the foundation of a life on the Word of God, developing a life of prayer and confidence in God, striving to live like Christ, serving him and others and always being open to personal growth and conversion.