Many hymns honor the Holy Trinity verse by verse. Perhaps you will sing one of them this week, when we celebrate Trinity Sunday.
I tell you, I don't know which changes quicker anymore: the dates on the calendar or the price of gas!
The following are my top ten reasons why every member of the Archdiocese should participate on Sunday, May 25, in the afternoon of eucharistic adoration and the praying of the Global Living Rosary for peace
Several years ago there was a very popular rock anthem by Bruce Springsteen that became the American ode to freedom: “Born in the USA.”
A friend is selling a home where he’s lived for decades, “forced out” by the march of new development.
It’s amazing how a simple phrase can change its meaning completely when it appears in a different context.
You'd think that I'd learn by now that what seems like an easy idea for a Leaven column rarely turns out that way. Take Mother’s Day, for example.
On the day of my return (Monday, April 21) from the exhilarating experience of participating in Pope Benedict’s pastoral visit to the United States, I learned that Governor Kathleen Sebelius had vetoed the Comprehensive Abortion…
I wish I could have taken thousands of young men from our archdiocese to see the pope in Washington, D.C., and in New York City.
True or false? Women priests are already in the Catholic Church!