On Dec. 11, Archbishop James Patrick Keleher celebrated the 24th anniversary of his consecration as a bishop and began his 25th year of serving the church as a bishop.
It has always intrigued me that Abraham Lincoln in the midst of the terrible ordeal of the Civil War established a national day of thanksgiving.
The church’s teaching on purgatory has not been given sufficient emphasis in our catechesis in recent years.
This summer my family suffered a terrible tragedy. A close relative committed suicide.
Sunday, Oct. 26, was designated this year as Priesthood Sunday by Worldwide Marriage Encounter and the Serra Club.
One of the saddest moments for me during this year’s election campaign occurred during the vice presidential debate, when the “Catholic” vice presidential candidate, Senator Joseph Biden, bragged about his role in preserving Roe v.…
This past summer, I had the opportunity to lead a pilgrimage to the International Eucharistic Congress in Quebec City.
Did you know that Pope John Paul II beatified a man who had been ordained a satanic priest?
Last week, in this space, I encouraged every member of the Archdiocese, during the month of October, to make a personal commitment to pray the rosary daily.
I was truly pleased by the 20,000 Catholics who came to Kauffman Stadium on May 25, the feast of Corpus Christi, for an afternoon of eucharistic adoration and the praying of the Global Living Rosary…