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.”
The ministry of Catholic educators is among the most important work done by the church today, Archbishop Joseph F. Naumann told archdiocesan educators at a Mass on Aug. 7 at Savior Pastoral Center here
The game was golf, but it was all about shooting for a goal.
More than 15 men and women who served as Camp Tekakwitha staff since its inception 10 years ago have entered the seminary or religious life. More than 30 have gone on to a career in…
You’re sitting in a lunchroom with your co-workers, in class with other students, or with people you’ve just met in a social setting, when the discussion turns to some social issue or controversy.