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.
A hallmark of free nations is the recognition of the individual’s freedom of conscience. Tyrant states do not protect conscience; they strangle it.
Funds from the Archbishop’s Call to Share help offset the shortfall in Medicaid payments for nursing facility care.
Modesty doesn’t have to be synonymous with frumpy.
There are a myriad of ways that love is shared with others, but one picture always comes to the mind of my husband, our daughter, granddaughter and myself.
The Lord wants to do something significant in northeast Kansas. He is opening doors throughout our area so that more people can come to know him and live in the community of his church.