“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.
April is Child Abuse Awareness Month, and this awareness begins with the knowledge and concern that children, our most precious resource, are being abused and neglected in places around the world.
On March 10 more than 70 Alaskans seeking full communion with the Catholic Church gathered for the call to continuing conversion and the rite of election
When asked why, in light of scandal, Miller would join the Catholic Church, he said “this is the church that Christ founded” and second, because Christ promised “the gates of hell would not prevail against the church until the end of time.”
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.
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.
Lent is a time when Catholics typically take stock of what is in need of repentance in their lives, and in the broader life of the Church. “We have much to do repentance for,” Anchorage Archbishop Paul Etienne said