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.
Death was a daily reality for Sister Rose Marie Stallbaumer — at least in theory.
Here's the question: Which is the greatest year in the history of Bishop Ward High School here? The answer: All of them.
Anthony Cresswell would rather chew on his rosary than pray with it, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
Ron Kelsey knows that THINKING BIG sometimes requires taking one small step at a time.
Summer is the time for that Great American Experience — the road trip.
As a retired U. S. Army master sergeant, Phillip Cosby knows a few things about “shock and awe.”
The ministry of Catholic educators is among the most important work done by the church today, Archbishop Joseph F. Naumann told archdiocesan educators at a Mass on Aug. 7 at Savior Pastoral Center here