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Married couples need Christ to help them grow together Print E-mail
Seeing with Jesus' Eyes
Written by Fr. Donald Lange   
Thursday, Mar. 14, 2019 -- 12:00 AM

George confided to friends at his 50th wedding anniversary that his father-in-law gave him a watch on his wedding day.

Across the watch's face, where he could see it a dozen times a day, were written the words, "Say something nice to Mary Lou today."

Doing so helped George and Mary Lou to grow together in their marriage for over 50 years.

The welcome outreach of perinatal hospice Print E-mail
Making Sense of Bioethics

During the course of pregnancy, receiving an adverse prenatal diagnosis can be a tremendously jolting experience for parents. In severe cases, physicians may tell them that their unborn child has a condition that is "incompatible with life."

The artistry of loving your enemies Print E-mail
From the Diocesan Administrator
Thursday, Mar. 07, 2019 -- 12:00 AM
From the Diocesan Administrator column

Following is the homily Msgr. James Bartylla preached on Sunday, Feb. 24, for the Cistercian Sisters, Prairie du Sac .

The message of Christ in the Gospel for the Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time, to love one's enemies and bless those who curse you, is as challenging and mysterious to us today as it was in Jesus' time. That challenge and mystery stems from both divine and human elements.