In his book “Without Roots,” Pope Benedict XVI deplored the addiction to historical self-deprecation rampant at the higher altitudes of European cultural and intellectual life: a tendency to see in the history of the West…
A little over one year ago a small group of faith-filled women from Our Lady of Guadalupe in Topeka approached me about an evangelization project that they had in mind for Lent 2008.
by Father Tadeusz Pacholczyk People are sometimes surprised to hear that the wrongness of destroying a human embryo does not ultimately depend on when that embryo might become a person, or when he or she…
On Dec. 31, 2007, a long line of priests solemnly processed into Holy Family Church in Kansas City, Kan., to celebrate the funeral Mass of Msgr. Heliodore Mejak.
On Dec. 8 I awoke at 6 a.m. and was anxious to see what had happened with the weather.
In a few weeks we will be celebrating that great time of the year that we call Thanksgiving.
Since 1972, the Catholic bishops in the United States have set aside the first Sunday in October as Respect Life Sunday.
In 2004, the U.S. bishops wrote a document, entitled "Encuentro and Mission," in which they urged all those involved in Hispanic ministry to build a plan of action with careful attention to four specific pastoral…
As the floodwaters were rising in the days after Hurricane Katrina, the situation went from bad to worse at Memorial Medical Center in New Orleans.
Battles over same-sex marriage typically turn on arguments about gay rights, judicial activism, and views on homosexuality.