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.
Labor Day, while not as clear in its purpose as it might be, still marks a turning point in the calendar and our lives.
After enduring a broiling Kansas summer and a jam-packed schedule of classes, 150 young missionaries were sent out from Benedictine College here — tanned, trained, and ready to evangelize.
Anthony Cresswell would rather chew on his rosary than pray with it, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
Ron Kelsey knows that THINKING BIG sometimes requires taking one small step at a time.
Summer is the time for that Great American Experience — the road trip.
As a retired U. S. Army master sergeant, Phillip Cosby knows a few things about “shock and awe.”