Some people do not like to drive their car at night.
Remember the song, “Anticipation”? To this day, whenever I hear it, the first thing I think of is . . . Heinz ketchup.
When Father Michael Koller decided to enter the seminary in late 2000, he had to unload a lot of stuff.
Don’t tell your math teacher, but at Church of the Nativity School here, rectangles are now square.
A pastoral plan for the Nemaha-Marshall Region has been approved.
It has always intrigued me that Abraham Lincoln in the midst of the terrible ordeal of the Civil War established a national day of thanksgiving.
Happy New Year! No, we’re not early.
It was a heartwrenching sight: Ten Catholic nuns in full habit, standing at a window in the departure area of Kansas City International Airport, weeping and waving.
"I have come to repeat the urgent call to conversion and the forgiveness of sins, and to implore from the Lord a new outpouring of the Holy Spirit upon the church in this country.”
Long ago, when our granddaughter Beth was in grade school, she was hurt by something a classmate said. Her wounded feelings deflated her usually cheerful approach to life.