If I had a year to live….
For Rev. Britt Windel and the others who are volunteering their time tomorrow for this year’s sixth annual ScatterDay event, they’re not doing it for any attention or notoriety.
If your life is anything like mine, you’ve been invited to at least six weddings all happening within a four-month span. And with each couple and their nuptials being unique, questions of what to wear or what to buy or whom to bring as a plus-one can run the gamut.
Annual festival procession July 14
Despite the wet spring and a slow start to the growing season, St. Matthew’s ElderGarten is resplendent with greenery and fresh produce.
For 30 years, the annual Outdoor Mass at Pennoyer Park was held under dry skies and Jim Riese, coordinator of the event, is praying for the record to continue Sunday despite a damp forecast.
Living Light Church will host the Rev. Terry Virgo Sunday morning for a joint meeting of Living Light churches in Wisconsin.
Next month, rather than languishing on the beach or going on vacation with their families, more than 50 Kenosha and Racine Great Lakes Church teen members plan to spend a week giving back to those less fortunate than themselves.
What began as a Grill Day, designed to get men together for a cookout, transformed into Journey Church’s first Father’s Day car show, which will take place 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 15.
LAKE GENEVA — Lake Geneva’s historic downtown church organ is coming home — one restored piece at a time.
The time has come. Students are finishing finals and graduation is near.
LAKE VILLA, Ill. — A reformed bad boy of the outlaw motorcycle gang who helped to feed and house more than 1,000 South Sudanese children is coming to Lake Villa, Ill.
It still gives the Rev. Matt Friese chills when he recalls the morning of Sept. 22, 1995, when 22 Americans and two Canadians died after their Boeing E-3 Sentry jet crashed on takeoff from Elmendorf Air Force Base in Anchorage, Alaska, during a training mission.
Milwaukee Diocese Archbishop Jerome Listecki led Mass Thursday at Our Lady of Holy Rosary as part of the 99th annual gathering of the Milwaukee Archdiocese Council of Catholic Women.
“Family Love, Our Family Stories, Our Way to God” is the theme of the 99th annual gathering of the Milwaukee Archdiocese Council of Catholic Women.
School will be out in a few weeks, and kids will soon have too much time on their hands.
The Ragman was an unshaven, boozy-smelling, intimidating character for most Kenosha kids in the 1950s.
There is something about a person’s recent demise that imbues them with positive attributes not necessarily accurate during their lives.
From a Christian perspective, Easter remains a celebration of the Gospel, in which the death and resurrection of Christ offers everlasting hope.
The Rev. Demetris Crum has lived in many places to fulfill his calling to ministry, and now he is adding Kenosha to the list.
John Anderson — an educator, musician, youth minister, seminarian and pastoral intern — will be the guest speaker for the sixth annual ELCA Outreach Center Spring Benefit fundraising event May 9 at The Club at Strawberry Creek.
Easter is just four weeks away, which means we’re immersed in the season of Lent.
Folk singer to perform at Bradford Church
Most of those with a faith background are familiar with the term “tithe” when it comes to giving back to their faith community.
Wearing the many hats of wife, mother, employee, maid, cook, caregiver and chauffeur, women are often pulled in a myriad of directions.
Time heals all wounds.
WILMOT — In honor of their first anniversary as a congregation, River Ridge Church in Wilmot will be hosting the Chorale and Repertory Singers of Moody Bible Institute in Chicago on Sunday.
Bradford Community Church Unitarian Universalist leaders the Rev. Erik David Carlson and student intern minister Denise M. Cawley applaud the American Civil Liberties Union for their yearlong investigation of the Tremper High School cheerleading 2018 Awards Banquet and similar events at prev…
Before Wisconsin was established as a state and when Kenosha was known as Southport, Irish Catholic immigrants living in the Racine and Kenosha area met at various homes for Mass when missionary priests were in the area.
Racine church to host soul food dinner
Egyptian born Wael Farouk knows that without God intervening in his life, he would have accomplished nothing.
Apart from Christmas, Valentine’s Day is likely the most commercial time of the year, when lovers, parents and friends spend an average of $143 on flowers, jewelry and chocolates in lacy, heart-shaped boxes to express their affection for one another.
We lost our oldest friend.
Winning last year’s 26.2-mile Via Dolorosa Trail Marathon, beginning at Holy Hill Basilica in Hubertus and running through the 14 Stations of the Cross and through the Ice Age Trail, gave Robert Meilback a sense of hope and passion.
Holy Cross Catholic Church to host spaghetti dinner, raffle today
A local event as part of this year’s Kindness Week aims to encourage people of all faiths — even no faith — to gather in harmony in the community and break bread together.
Ladies’ Heart sets January luncheon
Chef’s Table is an occasional feature in which local culinary professionals and home chefs weigh in with tips and techniques that can be put to use in the home kitchen on topics including, but not limited to, ingredients, dishes and cooking equipment.This week’s Chef’s Table takes a look at …
The Grinch paid a visit to friends of the Rev. Dominic Roscioli several years ago, swiping a statue of the baby Jesus out of their life-sized wooden manger scene.
Temple to host program of stories from the Talmud
“A house divided against itself cannot stand.”