We stand on the Eve of the greatest Liturgy of the Year – the Triduum – Holy Thursday, Good Friday, and Holy Saturday, which culminates in the celebration of Easter.
Each year, Alaskans take to the streets on Good Friday to memorialize the final hours of Christ’s life before his crucifixion.
These upcoming Holy Week and Easter liturgies are scheduled across the Anchorage Archdiocese. Call the parishes for more information.
The trek is an informal retreat for Catholic men, or men interested in Catholicism, who would like to strengthen their commitment to the vocation of fatherhood and family.
Anchorage Archbishop Paul Etienne hopes for a large turnout during the Chrism Mass, a profoundly sacred liturgy, with roots in antiquity and hopes in eternity.
On April 11 Dominican Father Dominic David Miachrowicz will look at Christ’s most demanding moral teaching, which many dismiss as impossible and even absurd, rather than the foundation of Christian morality.
The long time principal of St. Mary’s School in Kodiak (from 1968 to 2009) traveled from her religious community in Philadelphia in March to El Paso, Texas.
My wife Mary and I raised nine children in Alaska. All were baptized in the Catholic faith.
Lumen Christi Catholic High School in Anchorage is looking to hire teachers for the upcoming academic year.
Each year during Lent, Catholic parishes around the world and across Alaska hold Lenten reconciliation services. These include begin public prayer and opportunities to go to individual confession with a priest.