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.
The following events and opportunities are in the Anchorage Archdiocese.
The middle schoolers spent three days sledding, playing in the snow, warming themselves around a campfire, competing in ping-pong and carpet ball and taking in spiritual inspiration.
Despite living through nine popes and experiencing more than a century of sacraments, Banish remained very much engaged with her spiritual journey right up until her death.
Inaccuracies, myths and mistakes about the Catholic Church abound in popular culture. On Thursday, Jan. 17, Father Patrick Brosamer will offer a dynamic presentation in Anchorage to address a number of these errors.
Considered by many to be one of the more beautiful churches in the Anchorage Archdiocese, the cost to fully repair the building will exceed the parish’s insurance deductible of about $650,000, Father Roraff explained.