Daily Archives: November 5, 2007

Benedictine nun follows new ministry as funeral director

A Benedictine nun recently took on a new ministry that may be unique — she’s a funeral director. The Catholic Key, newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph, Mo., has the story of Benedictine Sister Christine Kean, manager of … Continue reading

Posted in clients

Bishop reflects on ‘Humanae Vitae,’ draws parallel to government determinations

Noting the 40th anniversary next year of Pope Paul VI’s encyclical “Humanae Vitae,” which reaffirmed the church’s opposition to artificial contraception, Bishop Robert Vasa of Baker, Ore., draws parallels between church teaching and the actions of a government authority. In his column … Continue reading

Posted in clients

Parish sells ‘chances’ to help Kenyan diocese

A parish in Springfield, Ill., has come up with a different way of raising money for foreign missionary activity — it is selling 100 chances for $200 each, but the prize is merely the satisfaction of helping. Details are in this … Continue reading

Posted in clients