Roughly 50 Alaska priests from around the state will gather in Anchorage this month for several days of formation, fellowship and to celebrate Masses together and with local Catholics.
“Sacred music is beautiful and has been left as ‘a part of the past’ to some and I want to resurface that beauty and have it accessible to everyone,” she said.
If you choose to contribute by volunteering, you will see the work of our staff using the trauma-informed care model.
Justin Leiner knows it can be intimidating to publically share the Catholic faith, but the benefits, he’s found, are eternally rewarding.
Catholics United for the Faith invites Catholics and others to a special presentation that looks at the beauty Christ finds in humanity even when we can’t seem to find it on our own.
Moropoulos said Protestants and Catholics coming together on a project like this is “a great testament of faith” to those who do not believe in Christ.
Thanks to some forward thinking by Saint Francis of Assisi in the 13th century, several lay Catholic Alaskans are now official members of the Franciscan Order.
The following events and opportunities are in the Anchorage Archdiocese.
In a proclamation released Jan. 22, Dunleavy declared the day “Right to Life Day” and said Alaska “must resolve to protect innocent human life at every stage.”