Gael Day is an old Irish term referring to the day the rent is due.
The president has undertaken a series of actions that could broadly expand the culture of death.
Mr. Prince: We’ll see you when you get back from image enhancement camp. Martin Prince: Spare me your euphemisms! It’s fat camp, for Daddy’s chubby little secret! (“Kamp Krusty,” “The Simpsons,” 1992)
Reading a commentary on the Ash Wednesday readings shouldn’t make you sarcastic, but I couldn’t help myself.
If things had been just a little different, Father Jerry Arano- Ponce, pastor of St. Agnes Parish here, might have been a cowboy.
The archdiocese is responding to the current national, state and local economic situation that is highlighted in the media on a daily basis with hope.
A grandmother’s Christlike witness inspired Greta McCall, a senior at St. James Academy here, to pen a winning entry in the Maryknoll Student Essay Contest.
“I went only because my wife signed me up for it,” admitted Dr. Bruce Snider.
Several of my previous columns have attempted to explain how the virtues of faith and hope can help us cope with the inevitable anxieties fostered by our nation’s current economic problems.
The Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin was reputed to have scoffed at the Holy Father, asking, “How many divisions does the pope have?”