Tired of waiting for Cupid or lighting to strike, an increasing number of Catholics have found a surer path to romance with a modern version of the village matchmaker: online dating.
The Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth have been very involved in the development of a national museum exhibit to share the untold story of the leadership and contributions of Catholic Sisters to the history and…
The federal government’s new embryonic stem-cell research guidelines have been called an “ethical farce” that ignores key ethical issues and widespread opposition.
Art can brighten your life, but can it help save your soul?
“We value life, completely deplore violence, and are shocked and very upset by what happened in Wichita today.”
It’s a higher level of responsibility — and a humbling one.
Few laypeople can boast they have an archbishop’s ear.
More than 20,000 youth will come to area for the National Catholic Youth Conference
You’re never too young or too old to join the Catholic Church, to judge by this year’s Rite of Election and Call to Continuing Conversion service held March 8 at Most Pure Heart of Mary…
Was the outcome ever in doubt? No, but the score is never the bottom line when the Runnin' Revs face the Serra All Stars.