The marching mass of 250,000 people slowed to a near stop, which gave Caitlin Fox, a student at St. James Academy in Lenexa, an opportunity to survey the scene spilling across the National Mall.
The pews might be a little more crowded at St. Paul Parish in Olathe and at Sts. Peter and Paul Parish in Seneca for Masses this weekend.
Here’s a forecast you can depend on: Washington, D.C., will be inundated by a blizzard around Jan. 25.
Members of Holy Name Church here celebrated the 100th anniversary of their parish on Jan. 4 with an enduring mystery.
You might think that pro-lifers would be at a low point as the 36th anniversary of Roe v. Wade nearly coincides with the inauguration of President Barack Obama.
What was that vast sucking sound we heard as 2008 ended?
Since June, a group of about 30 people have gathered at All Saints Church (formerly St. Joseph-St. Benedict) to participate in a eucharistic devotion more familiar to earlier generations of Catholics than to their own.
Among those who know and love him, Archbishop Emeritus James P. Keleher has a reputation as a raconteur extraordinaire.
Two visiting bishops found friendship and fraternal ties here in the archdiocese during separate visits in October.
It’s the most dangerous piece of pro-abortion legislation in the history of the United States, and the bishops are mobilizing Catholics to fight it.