Making Sure Our Water Works

In the Land of 10,000 Lakes, it can be easy to take water for granted—it is literally all around us, even more so in the rainy month of April. But as the recent water crises in Flint, Michigan, and the … Continue reading

Encouraging New Growth in Family Farming

  The decline of small, family farms and rural communities isn’t just a problem for small-town residents or American Gothic enthusiasts. It carries with it consequences for all Minnesotans that we should address. That’s why the Minnesota Catholic Conference has … Continue reading

Taking the “Porn Problem” Public

The Catholic faith has long drawn attention to the serious and sinister consequences of pornography on the human soul. In 2016, for instance, the USCCB released “Create in Me a Clean Heart,” a pastoral letter describing pornography’s ability to distort … Continue reading