Catholic schools and their activities are often at the heart of rural communities, believes Karen Kehers, administrative secretary for St. Joseph School here.
"The first couple of days were strange.”
Every morning growing up, I woke to the sound of my father reciting the rosary in unison with a voice on a local radio station.
“If you’re pro-life, you have to be ready to take care of the children,” said Church of the Nativity parishioner Eileen Drape, co-host of a “coffee and sweets” gathering in honor of Blessed Sacrament Family…
Three years ago, Rich Rockwell and his wife Kim of St. Gregory Parish here got news no parent is prepared to hear.
hen Marlene Alvarado of El Buen Pastor Parish in El Salvador made a visit to sister parish Good Shepherd here last fall, she asked her host to pinch her because she thought she must be…
After 62 years in the classroom, Sister Martina Rockers, OSU, knows that getting called to the principal’s office isn’t always a good thing.
Don’t be surprised if, as churches across the archdiocese don their traditional purple this Lent, St. Pius X Parish here sticks out like a sore thumb — a green one, that is.
The see city of the archdiocese and the capital city of the state are separated by some 50 miles as the crow flies.
Saint Patrick School here, taking inspiration from its patron, has adopted a simple philosophy that is, not surprisingly, threefold: It focuses on spirituality, scholarship and service.