The pithiest analysis of the 2009-2010 Kansas legislative session can be found in the wisdom of Yogi Berra: It’s like déjà vu all over again.
Priest assignments announced.
May is the month for mothers — not only because of the secular holiday of Mother’s Day, but because it’s also the month of our Blessed Mother.
The Runnin’ Revs might not be in the same league as LeBron James.
by Joe Bollig firstname.lastname@example.org KANSAS CITY, Kan. — The word to the wise passed down the Scouting grapevine was this: If you want a seat at the annual Scouting Awards Mass at St. Peter Cathedral…
The story is painful and familiar: allegations of sexual abuse of a minor by a trusted figure, charges of inaction and denial by higher-ups, victims, and lawsuits.
He may not have been there in person, but a certain French priest was very much present in spirit at St. Patrick Parish here on April 15.
Pro-life leaders expressed dismay over Gov. Mark Parkinson’s veto of a late-term abortion bill and urged Kansans to contact legislators and ask for a veto override.
More than 220 people attended a two-day Call for Community Action Conference aimed at abolishing the sexual exploitation of juveniles in Kansas and Missouri at the Police Training Center here on March 15 and 16.
Swing music from a live band, a high-spirited dance routine, remarkable vocals and an emotional appeal filled the night at the annual Benedictine College Scholarship Ball.