The question — “Paper or plastic?” — seems like a rhetorical one nowadays.
Whenever a bishop goes to Rome for his “quinquennial visit ad limina apostolorum,” the top three items on his “must do” list are:
Tony Valenzuela works only two blocks from St. Patrick Parish here, but his shadow never darkened its door.
Each year at Easter and Christmas, Mother Ingeborg Rohner, the retired provincial of the Franciscan Sisters of the Martyr St. George, sends me a mechanical toy.
Eight of Kansas City’s renowned chefs vied for the chance to battle it out onstage — “Iron-Chef”-style — for the championship here at St. James Academy March 24.
Starting a children’s “schola cantorum” at Most Pure Heart of Mary Parish here was a lot like convincing Dr. Seuss’ Sam-I-Am to expand his culinary repertoire.
What miracle have you witnessed lately? Have you watched the sun set, gazed upon the face of a newborn infant, heard the birds sing early in the morning?
How would you handle finding a six-pack of beer in your teen’s closet?
With a skilled hand, Bob Swain performed what could almost be compared to surgery.
Catholic radio takes pledge drive from the studio to the chancery.