When the U.S. bishops’ Committee on Marriage and Family Life met here, they were a little like Moses and the wandering Israelites: They knew where they were headed — but they didn’t have a map.
There was a time at St. Patrick Parish, in rural Atchison County, when half the parish didn’t speak to the other.
In the beginning, there was a barbecue contest . . .
The dreams and deeds of four youths were recognized at a banquet held Sept. 8 and hosted by the Knights and Ladies of Peter Claver.
Fundraising for a new church is never easy, but St. Francis de Sales here is getting help from a religious order: the Little Sisters of Hoboken.
Parishioners wouldn’t be celebrating the 125th anniversary of St. Ann Parish here if it weren’t for two determined Catholic wives of non-Catholic husbands.
Parishioners of St. Peter Cathedral Parish here have enjoyed their yearlong 100th anniversary celebration so much that they’re extending the party — to 2057.
When you’re a struggling Catholic school or parish, and the roof falls in or the furnace falls apart, who ya gonna call?
Archbishop Joseph F. Naumann called upon Catholics to experience a renewal of “eucharistic amazement” during the second archdiocesan Global Living Rosary and Eucharistic Adoration event held here at St. Patrick Parish Sept. 15.
The dilemma facing Hispanic ministry in the archdiocese reads like a verse out of the Scriptures: The harvest is plenty, but laborers are few.