- Solemn High Mass planned in Salisbury Dec. 8
- Louis DeJoy and Aldona Z. Wos Family Foundation donates $1 million to Saint Pius X capital campaign
- Filled with joy
- SJN youth choir to perform in Christmas concert Dec. 18
- Catholic Charities’ food pantries seeing more people in need of help
- Pray for the sanctity of life Dec. 8 during the National Night of Prayer for Life, Liberty
- Retired pastor of St. William Church celebrates 45th anniversary of ordination
Fr. George David Byers: Charity – Meet a star poet from beyond the grave
For the last installment of this three-part series on how much Jesus loves us, we meet a one-time parishioner of mine, “K,” who died aged 11 on All Hallows Eve, just in time to celebrate All Saints Day in heaven with the saints. “K”...Read More...
Dr. Cris Villapando: Why does God allow evil?
Jesus said, “All that you see here – the days will come when there will not be left a stone upon another stone that will not be thrown down.” This dire prediction of Jesus brings back the haunting memories of the recent devastation recently...Read More...
Allison Schumacher: Mary – The ideal of love
Each one of us has ideals, resulting in standards or goals that we set for ourselves and for others. Some of these ideals we deliberately choose. For example, I may like the way a certain musician plays, and I listen to his recordings and study...Read More...
Arts & Entertainment
‘For A Child’ Christmas CD is born: St. Pius X parishioners’ dreams realized
GREENSBORO — For years parishioners have been asking longtime music minister Sallie Kelton why the choir hadn’t produced a CD. The answer was simple. They just didn’t have the funding. But now, thanks to the generosity of parishioner Bill...Read More...
Mary's 'way of loving, believing' an example for all, says actress
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Preparing for the title role in "Mary of Nazareth" helped German actress Alissa Jung to realize that Mary was not only the mother of God but a real person. "Before doing this film, Mary was always the mother of Jesus,...Read More...
A look at classic cinema's depiction of personal holiness
NEW YORK — "Life holds only one tragedy, ultimately: not to have been a saint." So wrote the French man of letters Charles Peguy (1873-1914). Yet, while its attainment may be every human being's vocation, sanctity can be a difficult quality...Read More...