Recently, I read a book entitled “Advent of the Heart,” a collection of seasonal sermons and prison writings of Father Alfred Delp, SJ.
Shopping malls and city streets are now awash in Christmas decorations. The colors red and green predominate.
Well, it's time for Preparation-H.
One of my major pastoral priorities in the archdiocese is to cultivate the spirituality of stewardship.
As we continue to battle the culture of death, it is important to be aware of the significance of the language war that is at the center of this battle.
Just a few weeks ago, a special rescue mission was put into effect to restore two ladybugs that somehow had taken up residence in our house.
On Nov. 11, the church celebrates the feast of St. Martin of Tours.
A temple might look like an appropriate spot to deliver a sermon.
Several months ago I met a couple of good friends and parishioners for dinner at The Legends in Kansas City, Kan.
This week is the third in a trilogy of columns inspired by “Mother Teresa: Come Be My Light” — a book of formerly unpublished writings of this remarkable contemporary saint.