The ruts in the roads still held water from the previous days’ rain as a small caravan of monks from St. Benedict’s Abbey drove the gravel road from Atchison through the Missouri River flood-plain to…
My childhood was encased in a gentle time. With no other children in the neighborhood, my playmates were anything that moved. Nature was woven into my happiness.
It is hard to imagine that something as joyful as the birth of a child could ultimately lead a family to homelessness, but that is what happened to Jessica.
Many images may come to mind when thinking about college life and the activities of students — not all of them holy.
I wish I could have taken thousands of young men from our archdiocese to see the pope in Washington, D.C., and in New York City.
I thought it was spam.
Archbishop amazed by all that pope accomplished
In his book “Without Roots,” Pope Benedict XVI deplored the addiction to historical self-deprecation rampant at the higher altitudes of European cultural and intellectual life: a tendency to see in the history of the West…
On April 21, Jeff Benelli will join some 20,000 other people to run the Boston Marathon.
Have you ever seen a homeless person? Most of us have — if not in person, we have seen them on television or in the movies.