Americans have a lot of things that Ethiopians do not have — a really great infrastructure being just one of them.
According to a 2009 Gallup poll, a majority of Americans now identify themselves as pro-life — the first time this has been the case since Gallup began asking the question, and a dramatic change from…
In 1972, the U.S. bishops called for the first ever national “encuentro” of the Hispanic community, and as a result of this gathering, the face of Hispanic ministry changed forever.
I've gotten quite a few questions, including one on a flight to Milwaukee this week, regarding how the economy is affecting vocations.
There can be only one king, and it is Jesus.
As we start Holy Week, this holiest time of the church year, our attention quite naturally turns to the cross. Two images — one touching, one haunting — come to mind for me.
More than 220 people attended a two-day Call for Community Action Conference aimed at abolishing the sexual exploitation of juveniles in Kansas and Missouri at the Police Training Center here on March 15 and 16.
Swing music from a live band, a high-spirited dance routine, remarkable vocals and an emotional appeal filled the night at the annual Benedictine College Scholarship Ball.
Devotees of Catholic radio had an opportunity to meet the faces behind the voices at the Catholic Radio Lenten Conference held at Ascension Parish here.
Now with the session entering the home stretch, the only decisions faced by the Kansas Legislature are difficult ones.