St. Louis in Good Intent is the next stop on the Leaven's year-long tour of the Archdiocese.
Most people have never heard a homily preached on Deuteronomy 20:10-18. It's kind of difficult to apply these God-given rules of war to daily life in the 21st century.
Maria Georgia "Maggie" Cogtas of Cebu told of a childhood without playing, only tough work as a garbage picker at dumpsites, construction sites and on the streets.
With poverty on the rise and a drought compounding Zimbabwe's problems, people are struggling to make ends meet, and the poor are becoming poorer, church workers said.
Well, February is almost here . . . again.
The Gospel reading cautions us about the dangers of going along with the crowd.
I do not know about you, but it is usually about the end of January that all my New Year’s resolutions begin to unravel.
With “Snowzilla” poised to start clobbering Washington, D.C., and the eastern seaboard any minute, almost every group from the archdiocese had to make the tough decision to head back home before the annual March for…
if all it takes is a little old-fashioned Catholic guilt to get you to the gym on time, you’ll be happy to hear there is a big fat load of Lent coming your way —…
And in his retirement, the former vicar general has done it again in a really big way.