For the 90 percent of us that are still working, we have an obligation to care for the least of our brothers and sisters. Let us care for them as we would care for our…
The Christ Child whose birth we celebrate today came as a light in the darkness. He came as a beacon of hope to those who were hopeless. He came to point the way for us,…
What can the faith community do to help? Support life in a most tangible way by making a contribution to Catholic Charities of Northeast Kansas designated to helping pregnant women bring the gift of life…
I recently shared with you the story of Shalom House, a place of respite and peace that serves as an emergency shelter to homeless men in Kansas City, Kan.
The forecast for tonight is cold, bitterly cold, with a sharp northwesterly wind making the 22 degree temperature at midday feel more like single digits.
It was a bad day. The woman who walked through our door that Tuesday morning was battling cancer.
Poverty and need never take a vacation
It is hard to imagine that something as joyful as the birth of a child could ultimately lead a family to homelessness, but that is what happened to Jessica.
Have you ever seen a homeless person? Most of us have — if not in person, we have seen them on television or in the movies.
As a convert to the Catholic faith, I initially viewed Lent as a time of hardship and deprivation.