It was a bad day. The woman who walked through our door that Tuesday morning was battling cancer.
If you turn on the news today, most likely you’ll be inundated with reports of rising prices, economic turmoil, and distillations of fiscal policy discussions from the most recent political debates.
More than 30 archdiocesan priests are heading back to school a little late this fall, but their occasional absence from their parishes promises to pay dividends to their congregations in the long run.
You take it for granted, said Dave Miller, until someone close to you needs it desperately.
It is hard to get young men (and parents!) over their fear of seminary. It is almost impossible to get a guy to even go look at a seminary, much less enter one.
When Adam Hauser graduates from the University of Kansas this coming spring, he’ll leave with a diploma — and a treasure.
It was a bit of a paparazzi moment for Archbishop Joseph F. Naumann, as fifth-graders from all over the city lined up to get his autograph after his presentation at the Fifth-Grade Vocation Day here.
The Bible clearly identifies the kingdom of God and its relationship to children. Children possess an innate goodness that is pleasing to God.
In September of 2002 I was diagnosed with breast cancer.
When you promote a retreat as a “Day of Boundless Joy,” you’ve got your work cut out for you.