We’ve remained hopeful for that time when things return to "normal."
For us Catholics, it’s a time to renew the faith that many of us have kept for decades.
It seems the most profound things come in threes.
by Michael Podrebarac We’ve now had the big launching event to our renewed efforts at evangelization in northeast Kansas. Our parish leaders have been given much insight and wisdom in the methods of “Prayer, Share…
Conclude each day with a brief examination of conscience.
The more we know about the Lord Jesus himself, the more we learn about his mother Mary.
It’ll all work out just fine. It always has.
I bet you never guessed that the church was in the travel business, but it’s true.
Imagine arriving at Mass this Christmas, only to find that no musicians were scheduled to assist at any of the parish services — no accompanists, instrumentalists or singers, not even a lone cantor to lead…
Sounds pretty harsh, doesn’t it?