The forecast for tonight is cold, bitterly cold, with a sharp northwesterly wind making the 22 degree temperature at midday feel more like single digits.
All teachers, at one time or another, have had to deal with a disruptive student, one who speaks out in class or in some other way interferes with the process of learning.
Because this paper is coming out on Super Bowl Weekend, I‘ll start with a sports story that you might have missed.
The marching mass of 250,000 people slowed to a near stop, which gave Caitlin Fox, a student at St. James Academy in Lenexa, an opportunity to survey the scene spilling across the National Mall.
In the current economic climate, most companies are looking for ways to cut costs, and the Catholic Church Offices here are no different.
Talk about a calling. Rick Storey, working as a funeral director in his 20s, had been kicking around the idea of going to the seminary for several years when he received a sign.
Each year, the bishops of Region IX (Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska and Iowa) make an annual retreat together at the beginning of January.
Making Catholic education a reality for all who seek it is like trying to “boil the ocean.”
In my last column I promised that in the near future I would be sharing with our readers what has been going on in Hispanic ministry to promote evangelization among the Spanish-speaking.
Remember the feud between the Hatfield and McCoy families? It lasted for years. Religious controversies can also continue over a long period of time.