We begin a new Year of Grace as we restart the liturgical calendar of the Church.
Bridge Educational Foundation and its donors – Covanta, M&T Bank, Malady & Wooten, UnitedHealthcare Community Plan and Waste Management – recently announced scholarships in the amount of $34,500 for families of Lancaster County at an event hosted by Resurrection Catholic School.
Kyle Snyder is appreciative of the opportunities afforded him as chief administrative officer (CAO) for Geisinger Holy Spirit.
Confession is a sacrament instituted by Jesus Christ in his love and mercy. It is here that we meet the loving Jesus, who offers sinners forgiveness for offenses committed against God and neighbor.
A good talk with your mother every day could improve your health. At least, that’s what’s happened for immigrants in one community.
On the first Sunday of Advent, Bishop Ronald Gainer, making a pastoral visit to St. Peter Parish in Columbia, told the congregation that “Advent is more than a date on the calendar. It’s a choice; it’s a decision I must make, and you must make.”
Holding up imagery of tongues of flame descending upon the apostles at the first Pentecost, the keynote speaker at this year’s Diocesan Catechetical Conference introduced the goal of his presentation: “My job is to give you heartburn.”
With teachers Amy Fetterhoff and Amanda Blough secured at the top of a firetruck ladder 95 feet above the school playground on Nov. 13, students at Corpus Christi in Chambersburg squealed and cheered in delightful anticipation.
The Trinity High School students who arrived at The Central Pennsylvania Food Bank on Oct. 24 came to give their time, talents, and treasure to an organization directly linked to the Corporal Works of Mercy.