It’s no surprise that a little more fanfare surrounds Trinity Sunday at Holy Trinity Church here than at other parishes.
It’s been a long time coming — 20 years, in fact. But parishioners at Holy Angels Church here now know that the new church they’ve been waiting for will be only the beginning.
Shawn Tunink had been on the fence regarding his future: priesthood or married life? But by the time he graduated from the University of Kansas, he was 99 percent sure.
Michael Schuttloffel may be young, but the new executive director of the Kansas Catholic Conference has spent almost one-third of his life working in government.
“The rosary becomes a habit you can’t live without — like eating,” believes Father Bob Burger. “It feeds the spiritual life.”
"No rosary, no dinner. That was the deal.”
“It’s supposed to be hard,” Tom Hanks told his baseball team in the movie “A League of Their Own.”
Cristo Rey High School sophomore Henry Smith is going to be an emergency-room physician someday. He’s known this since he was eight years old.
Many images may come to mind when thinking about college life and the activities of students — not all of them holy.
In any other situation, coming up 14,000 short on something months before a big event would be a problem.