For 94 years, these two sisters have done nearly everything together.
If you liked William Christopher as Catholic priest Father Mulcahy on the long-running television comedy M*A*S*H*, you’ll love him as a Lutheran minister in The New Theatre Restaurant’s production of “Church Basement Ladies.”
Two archdiocesan parishioners returned from the war in Iraq dramatically changed — one physically, the other mentally. These are their stories.
The CEF may not be the lottery, per se, but it is changing lives throughout the archdiocese by supporting rural and inner-city schools through scholarships to students in need.
When Prince of Peace parishioner Jill Boster couldn’t resist taking a picture last spring of her nine-month-old Alexa in her swimsuit and sun hat, little did she know it would wind up in lights —…
Archbishop Joseph F. Naumann called upon Catholics to experience a renewal of “eucharistic amazement” during the second archdiocesan Global Living Rosary and Eucharistic Adoration event held here at St. Patrick Parish Sept. 15.
The dilemma facing Hispanic ministry in the archdiocese reads like a verse out of the Scriptures: The harvest is plenty, but laborers are few.
Every Saturday morning, about 15 men gather at 6:30 to study Scripture.
Death was a daily reality for Sister Rose Marie Stallbaumer — at least in theory.
Jared Cheek was a seminarian for the archdiocese who died in an alcohol- related traffic accident in 2005.