In the midst of March Madness, you hear basketball pundits speak about the importance of being able to close out games.
At unfortunate moments, mob violence has cast an ugly mark on our nation’s history.
It's almost March 20, time for spring to spring!
Bishop Ward High School graduates Jake Miller and Matt Orozco love basketball so much they’re willing to make some serious sacrifices for the sake of the game.
Some kids agonize over their choice of high school.
Archbishop Joseph F. Naumann has joined a growing number of bishops who have criticized the Catholic Health Association’s support for the Senate Health Care Reform Bill.
As I write this article, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is promising a vote soon on health care reform, even while members of the House leadership admit they do not yet have enough votes for passage.
Vince Huber once had a choice to make: become a seminarian for the Archdiocese of Kansas City in Kansas or be one of the first members of a new religious community in Rome.
End-of-life decisions can be complicated and difficult, as demonstrated by this example given by a visiting priest and scientist.
Bill Cosby was only half-joking when he said, “For two people to live in a marriage together day after day is unquestionably the one miracle the Vatican has overlooked.”