Catholic Life Articles

  • From Ukraine, with love

      I look on, with Valentyna and Father Pablo, as Dr. Valderrabano (“Santi”) makes a post-operative visit to his patients.We are in the main hospital in Kiev, the capital of Ukraine.   Chris reflects on his experience during the Chalice of Mercy Medical Mission in Kiev, Ukraine. It is late September and I am taking […]

  • A fruitful Mission

    How the youth of 
St. Bronislava Parish 
in Plover continue serving long 
after returning 
from Peru When I went to Peru for the first time, I had the idea that I would be helping and changing the lives of the Peruvians. In reality, the people of Peru were the ones who changed me.” Mariah Studinski’s […]

  • Go out to all the world

    Evangelization seems to be one of those new Catholic “buzzwords” that has come up for our amazement and to help us be current when we attend parties with our friends. Let’s not, however, be too hasty with our thinking. Evangelization is hardly a new idea in the Christian Community; as a matter of fact, it […]

  • Disciples of Christ on campus

    Steven Drapalik empowers UW-Stout students to become evangelizers Steven Drapalik, director of the Campus Ministry at StoutCatholic, grew up in a Catholic family in the northwest suburbs of Chicago. He served at the altar and regularly attended CCD classes at his local parish church. He started having questions about his faith while dating a young […]

  • Cashton Cupboard and Closet – A community effort to be proud of

    Julie Haight fulfills her passion for retail by volunteering in the thrift store. Many of us are familiar with the adage made famous by the movie “Field of Dreams”: “If you build it, they will come.” Such outcomes aren’t confined to the movies. Through faith, hope and determination — along with an astounding community effort […]