The 2009 Kansas legislative session can be described in just three words: No. Easy. Choices.
With Pope John Paul II as his inspiration, Archbishop Joseph F. Naumann is trying to build eucharistic amazement among archdiocesan Catholics.
Hiring into a department in the midst of transition would be a daunting prospect for many people.
The marching mass of 250,000 people slowed to a near stop, which gave Caitlin Fox, a student at St. James Academy in Lenexa, an opportunity to survey the scene spilling across the National Mall.
In the current economic climate, most companies are looking for ways to cut costs, and the Catholic Church Offices here are no different.
When Donna Harrity was first hired to help with insurance for the Archdiocese of Kansas City in Kansas in 1974, she was told it would be a little job.
Here’s a forecast you can depend on: Washington, D.C., will be inundated by a blizzard around Jan. 25.
You might think that pro-lifers would be at a low point as the 36th anniversary of Roe v. Wade nearly coincides with the inauguration of President Barack Obama.
On Jan. 30, kids and parents alike will be thinking one thing: summer.
What was that vast sucking sound we heard as 2008 ended?