Entries by Laurie Hallstrom

Curia Corner — Servant of God Nicholas Black Elk, Pray for Us

A look inside the shrine to Nicholas Black Elk that Red Cloud students created. It is on a little patch of land outside of the school in Pine Ridge. (Photo courtesy Red Cloud Indian School)   Preserving a Catholic Community by Kathy Cordes, Diocesan Archivist Diocesan update on canonization cause “We are basically waiting for […]

Advent Reconciliation Schedule

Rapid City, Blessed Sacrament — Dec. 10, 4 p.m. Kyle, Our Lady of Sorrows — Dec. 10, 4:30 p.m. Murdo, St. Martin — Dec. 10, 6 p.m. New Underwood, St. John — Dec. 11, 7 pm Timber Lake, Holy Cross — Dec. 12, 5:30 p.m. Bonesteel, Immaculate Conception — Dec. 12, 6 p.m. CT Lakeside, […]

Curia Corner — Moments in the diocesan archives

St. Anthony, St. Anthony, dear St. Anthony, please come around. Something is lost and needs to be found. Please Grant me the serenity to accept the collections I cannot decline and the courage to decline the collections I can! Did you know that archivists have their own serenity prayer and that St. Anthony is a […]

Liturgy of the Word requires whole-hearted attention

By Fr. Michel Mulloy, Director of Liturgy The Liturgy of the Word is a dialogue. God is speaking to us and we are responding. That dialogue is accomplished through the human persons. This makes the role of the proclaimer very important. The laity proclaim the first reading, the response and the second reading. Proclaimers are […]