Apr 28, 2021
The past year was unlike any we’ve ever seen. Isolation for some and overcrowding for others. We all know how to Zoom and "don’t forget your mask". When it comes to new habits, some good and some not-so-good. We cried and yet we managed to find our smiles.
Apr 23, 2021
Brother Rice grad Kirk Mayes (’94) reflects on upbringing, COVID-19 food needs and his unwavering commitment to help Detroiters. “I wouldn’t attribute my intelligence to where I am today: it’s more about my character. That was the kind of work ethic Mayes’ parents — Jamaican immigrants to Detroit in the...
Apr 20, 2021
I was recently told about a friend's son who's hoping to finish his four-year theological studies following his recent graduation from college. Seminary applicants today undergo a series of psychological tests to determine if they are mentally fit to serve as priests. More than a decade after the priest sex abuse crisis...
Apr 9, 2021
The Octave of Easter is the eight-day period, or octave, that begins on Easter Sunday and ends with the following Sunday. In the Catholic Church, it marks the beginning of Eastertide. The first seven of these eight days are also collectively known as Easter Week.