Several uniformed Vermont State Police officers arrived at St. Paul Catholic School in Barton just after students had posed on the hillside next to the white clapboard church for an all-school photo.
As dusk fell over the Old City Oct. 29, a group of 60 Christians and Jews and one Muslim gathered at the entrance of the Jaffa Gate for what they hope will become a monthly…
It seemed as if the whole city was consumed with “Royals fever.” Except at Holy Cross.
Next up on Holy Destinations: Holy Trinity in Lenexa
Each student in his or her own way talked about how the atmosphere at Donnelly College feels like a family.
Archbishop Joseph F. Naumann blessed and dedicated the building on Sept. 9, three years after the organization first opened its doors.
Catholic Relief Service’s Dr. Carolyn Woo sits down with The Leaven to talk about the refugee crisis that has seen 60 million people displaced
The theme of mercy runs throughout the papacy of Pope Francis — so much so that he has declared an extraordinary jubilee Year of Mercy to start this Dec. 8.
Does anyone not desire to be happy?
Seeing the real suffering of so many people worldwide puts our First World “problems” into perspective.