One word is all Vincent O'Keefe of Holy Rosary Parish here needs to explain how he and his wife Louise successfully raised their 11 children. Prayer.
Bishop Miege senior Tim Janczewski will never forget the day his ACT score arrived in the mail.
As the first quarter of the new school year drew to a close, Catholic school students all over the archdiocese turned in their “service hours,” reporting the 10, or 12, or 15 hours they spent…
Three hundred and fifty patrons of Catholic education gathered recently for the third annual Gaudeamus dinner and recognition celebration hosted by the Catholic Education Foundation (CEF).
When high school sophomores Carter Clause and David Belpedio from Church of the Nativity Parish here volunteered at the Gillis Center for Boys in Kansas City, Mo., last Christmas, they were surprised at the condition…
St. Joseph parishioner Barb Carney is a pro-life advocate who believes actions speak louder than words.
Five years ago, while training for her seventh marathon, Holy Trinity parishioner Linda Crosthwait was running through a crosswalk here that she thought was clear.
The CEF may not be the lottery, per se, but it is changing lives throughout the archdiocese by supporting rural and inner-city schools through scholarships to students in need.
Jared Cheek was a seminarian for the archdiocese who died in an alcohol- related traffic accident in 2005.
“Five Men in a Tub” may sound like characters from a revamped nursery rhyme. But to Bishop Miege high school here, it’s more like a fairy tale.