You’ve seen it played out in countless TV and movie Westerns.
After 62 years in the classroom, Sister Martina Rockers, OSU, knows that getting called to the principal’s office isn’t always a good thing.
Immaculata High School pride was running high during a Mass and Hall of Fame banquet held at the University of Saint Mary here on Jan. 26.
In my first column this year, I mentioned that I had just returned from a retreat for bishops from Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska and Iowa.
In Kansas, there are no mountains. Sometimes we will honor a very large hill with that title, but that is more symbolic than anything
I suppose that I should give the archdiocesan attorney a call before trying this, but it sure sounds like a great idea to me.
Don’t be surprised if, as churches across the archdiocese don their traditional purple this Lent, St. Pius X Parish here sticks out like a sore thumb — a green one, that is.
Has someone you love left the church?
Hundreds of pro-life activists braved single digit temperatures on Jan. 22 to gather at the south steps of the Capitol here and protest the U. S. Supreme Court’s abortion rulings 35 years ago that day
Last week, I had the opportunity to celebrate Mass and have dinner with eight of our Catholic school mothers who receive assistance from the Catholic Education Foundation (CEF). It was a very inspirational evening.