The children of New Jerusalem Orphanage & School are pictured here with the food supply and a meal. They are grateful for our support.
In the Gospel of Luke, we learn of the beginning of Jesus’ teaching in the synagogues of Galilee. This text is important because it highlights several points about the teachings of Jesus and the word of God.
On January 4, 1821 Elizabeth Ann Seton passed away, and in 1974 Elizabeth Ann Seton was declared a Saint, the first American-born saint. Why? Well I’m glad you asked.
Catholic Virginian interviewed St. Elizabeth Alumni France Pope and Decon David Nemetz for their reflection on life as a student at St. Elizabeth School.
St. Elizabeth’s 90th anniversary featured in the Catholic Virginian – St. Elizabeth’s Parish in Richmond called its 90th anniversary celebration a Homecoming—and a Homecoming it was.
Catholic social teaching is based on and inseparable from our understanding of human life and human dignity.
The Catholic Church refers to confession as The Sacrament of Reconciliation, a sacrament of healing. By committing a Sin, we damage our relationship with God and with each other.
Catholic Feast and Celebration of the Saints for the Month of April. Featured Saints: Pope St. Pius V, St. George, St. Peter Chanel, St.Mark (1St Century), St. Isidore of Seville, and St. Catherine of Siena
The Eucharist is a precious gift from Christ, yet many Catholics seem to take the gift of Sunday Mass for granted and choose not to attend. 5 reasons never to take for granted this encounter with Christ each Sunday.
St. Elizabeth’s 1905 Moller Organ is receiving new life. The 1905 Moller Organ restoration project is just the latest in the round of St. Elizabeth Church renovations.