When Adam Hauser graduates from the University of Kansas this coming spring, he’ll leave with a diploma — and a treasure.
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.
Patty Adams Armin was a jumble of nerves as she sat amid hundreds of students and alumni at Bishop Miege High School’s 50th anniversary celebration here last month.
We here at The Leaven have a confession to make.
Barb McCauley has always been one to “dig into” a project, but rarely with a shovel.
Do you want to know when human life begins? John Haas has a suggestion.
When it comes to the Catholic faith, all roads in Wyandotte County lead to St. Mary-St. Anthony Parish here.
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.