Last week, I had the opportunity to celebrate Mass and have dinner with eight of our Catholic school mothers who receive assistance from the Catholic Education Foundation (CEF). It was a very inspirational evening.
If you've been trying to sell your house lately, you know why I’ve been praying for a miracle.
“Christ is the reason for these schools. The unseen but ever-present teacher in our classes, the model of our faculties and the inspiration of our students.”
Nick Blaha is a seminarian for the archdiocese from Holy Spirit Parish in Overland Park.
In 1665, the bubonic plague was ravaging Cambridge, England.
The guy should have been listening to the homily, but I will give this sports fan extra credit for being creative.
The cover story of the Jan. 11 edition of The Leaven featured Msgr. Heliodore Mejak, who died this past Christmas Eve at the age of 98.
In recent years, some Catholics have engaged in a dispute about baptism.
A second-grade teacher in an inner-city school often had to field questions that had nothing to do with the subject matter at hand.
Pope Benedict XVI, after seeing the great outpouring of affection by the youth of the world at the time of Pope John Paul II’s death, commented: “The church is young.”