I recently shared with you the story of Shalom House, a place of respite and peace that serves as an emergency shelter to homeless men in Kansas City, Kan.
“There’s a Catholic cow in our yard!” boasted 3-year-old Audrey Scheeley to strangers in the grocery store last week.
This just in from the White House: Starting today, only farmers set agriculture subsidy levels, generals decide about going to war and the new all-powerful Czar of Tax Policy is our old friend, the IRS.
Looking for a good job? We have some available!
To live past the age of 90 is remarkable in itself, but to spend 75 of those years faithful to the same life commitment is even more cause for celebration.
As Gov. Kathleen Sebelius departs for a probable Cabinet position in the Obama administration, she leaves with a prayer from her archbishop — and hopes for her reform of conscience.
The archdiocese is responding to the current national, state and local economic situation that is highlighted in the media on a daily basis with hope.
A grandmother’s Christlike witness inspired Greta McCall, a senior at St. James Academy here, to pen a winning entry in the Maryknoll Student Essay Contest.
Economic upheaval and job cuts have made for hard times in northeast Kansas.
For all the advances and conveniences of the modern world, people still look for ways to grow in their faith — to learn to pray better.