It’s said that if you do what you love, the money will follow.
Nobody runs around in the noontime sun in late July in Kansas unless they have a very good reason.
The Chapel of Mount St. Scholastica here was filled with people who came to celebrate with the Sisters who marked their golden jubilee of profession on July 8.
The dogs at the Lawrence Farmers’ Market know a good thing when they smell it.
Maggie McKain is a church organist at St. Philip Neri Parish in Osawatomie. But she wasn’t playing a Mass on Sunday, July 8.
“I really view the patient as a whole person,” said Dr. Angeliqué Pritchett. “It’s more than just the physical — emotional, spiritual, and social all combine into overall health and well-being.”
Without tradition, said Tevye of his little village Anatevka, “our lives would be as shaky as a fiddler on the roof.”
On July 7, Pope Benedict XVI issued an apostolic letter entitled “Summorum Pontificum,” spelling out his guidelines for the celebration of the Tridentine Mass in the future.
Parish priest, educator, editor, author, and friend to many. . . When Father Harold Wickey came into the world on Sept. 7, 1929, God gave him a rich and variegated path to follow.
In most other communities, Rose Lee could count her family among the “old-timers.”