Each month in Your I.D. (Intentional Discipleship) Samantha Denefe talks about how average Catholics can engage in discipleship and evangelization in simple ways in their daily lives. Denefe is the director of evangelization and faith formation at Holy Souls Church in Little Rock.
Denefe's videos are broadcast every first Friday at noon on Facebook Live.
As the first semester draws to a close, Catholic schools in the state are looking closer at what makes their school unique and what parents are saying. Also in this section, readers will find commentary on social media usage and find out about enrollment, diversity and the average of test scores compared to the state averages.(November 17, 2017)
Adoptive parents, birth mothers share the challenges, joy of adoption.(November 3, 2017)
Read about any one of these active young adult Catholics and be inspired. The millennial generation, born between 1982 and 2000, is usually less involved in parish life and might not even believe in God, but Arkansas Catholic has found countless examples of young adults who are connected to Christ and their faith.
For these profiles, we focused on Catholics 18 to 30 years old (born 1987 to 1999). We sought out recommendations and interviewed 15 young adults who are doing exceptional work in their schools, parishes and ministries full time, part time or even as volunteers. They are single, married, parents and college students.
Profiles in this section were written by Malea Hargett, Aprille Hanson, Maryanne Meyerriecks, Dwain Hebda and Alesia Schaefer.(September 11, 2017)
Catholic students from around the state are back in their classrooms, ready to build a foundation of knowledge and spiritual growth. In this section, you’ll learn about how many hats small school principals have to wear, high school students earning college credit, new principals and commentary about the importance of family time during a busy school year.(August 16, 2017)