You take it for granted, said Dave Miller, until someone close to you needs it desperately.
Catholics in the archdiocese can now get a world-class catechetical education without ever having to leave Kansas.
Archbishop Joseph F. Naumann opened his address on faith and politics with the first recorded “gotcha” question posed to a public figure.
If Jesus had attended this year’s annual Divine Wine Fest benefiting St. Lawrence Catholic Campus Center here, there would have been no need for a miracle.
Renae’s first reaction was panic — followed by the thought, “I’ve got to get an abortion.”
It was a bit of a paparazzi moment for Archbishop Joseph F. Naumann, as fifth-graders from all over the city lined up to get his autograph after his presentation at the Fifth-Grade Vocation Day here.
Do you want to know when human life begins? John Haas has a suggestion.
In the beginning was the Word.
More than 600 guests — almost double last year’s attendance — are expected at the sixth annual Gaudeamus dinner and recognition celebration to be held Oct. 18 at the Overland Park Convention Center.
In September of 2002 I was diagnosed with breast cancer.