It’s probably the toughest question we face in our faith life, and at some point, we all confront it in a personal way.
When an unexpected loss comes, there are no easy answers. Right now, we’re grappling with the possible loss of state grants for services related to homelessness, due to the proposed changes in Alaska’s budget.
CatholicAnchor.org The following is a list of news and events from around the Archdiocese of Anchorage. Nashville Dominicans to speak in Anchorage St. Benedict Church in Anchorage is holding a parish mission, March 18-20, which will be led by two religious sisters of the Nashville Dominicans: Sister Peter Marie and Sister Mary Madeline. The mission…
The services provide Catholics an extended opportunity to receive the sacrament of reconciliation outside of normal parish confession times.
In this year where the church has been marred and disgraced with renewed focus on the sinful and criminal behavior of our shepherds, of scandalous failures in leadership, may we hear afresh and anew the words of Jesus about genuine discipleship, take them to heart, and keep them with renewed vigor and hope:
Anchorage Archbishop Paul Etienne is scheduled to participate in the following liturgies and events in March.
CatholicAnchor.org The following is a run down of news and happenings across the Anchorage Archdiocese. Alaska’s First Lady accepting ‘Volunteer of the Year’ nominations Alaska First Lady Rose Dunleavy opened nominations for the 2019 First Lady’s Volunteer of the Year Awards. The awards are an annual tradition started by First Lady Bella Hammond to recognize…
The newly completed rectory is designed to house the Dominican priests, brothers and seminarians who come to serve the people of Alaska.
Next month in Anchorage, Alaskans are invited to join in peaceful prayer outside the local Planned Parenthood abortion clinic on 4001 East Lake Otis Parkway. Those who cannot make it to the abortion clinic are encouraged to pray and fast.
More than 50 Alaska priests from around the state gathered in Anchorage last month for several days of formation, fellowship and to celebrate Masses together and with local Catholics.