Tonight, we focus our attention on the Lord, Jesus, who was anointed by the Father and sent into the world. We give thanks for the gift of the priesthood of Jesus Christ, which he shares in an intimate way with the ordained, who minister in his person.
Organizers for this
year’s 40 Days for Life pro-life prayer vigil in Anchorage are hoping for a
large turnout at the final day of the campaign on April 14.
That night, from 6
p.m. to midnight, pro-life advocates will gather for a peaceful candlelight vigil
outside the Planned Parenthood abortion clinic on 4001 East Lake Otis Parkway.
“Unplanned” was among the top five films in the country last week and is now showing in 1,700 theaters around the country including in Anchorage, Wasilla and Fairbanks.
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…
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…
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.
Shortly before his scheduled return to The Church of the Nativity of Jesus, in Magadan, the Russian government notified him that he could not re-enter the country until Dec. 14, 2022, due to complications regarding his visa status.
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.
Justin Leiner knows it can be intimidating to publically share the Catholic faith, but the benefits, he’s found, are eternally rewarding.