Terry Beth Lewerenz would like to rock the world — but first, she has to awaken the sleeping giant.
During the first week of January, Jeanette Collier was asked to deliver some food to a home in Lawrence.
It was enough to make an old Marine cry — and it very nearly did.
Baloo the bear of “Jungle Book” fame might have made “Bare Necessities” popular, but it’s seven Catholic parishes in Topeka and one in Rossville that are making them possible for those in need.
“Till death do us part” may still be part of traditional marriage vows. But the numbers don’t lie.
When you’re a struggling Catholic school or parish, and the roof falls in or the furnace falls apart, who ya gonna call?
After the death of her husband Trent, Kay Cozad was sometimes so angry she couldn’t talk to God.
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.
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.