But that is behind me. Now the sun is shining. The skies are blue. I have arrived in Santiago. It is worth the struggle.
Sacred Heart parishioners Ernie and Susan Straub are in a unique position to treasure their Catholic faith — having lost it once, then found it again.
by Bob Hart KANSAS CITY, Kan. — Call it “Catholic Summer Bible School.” Or better yet, call it by its alliterative sobriquet: Totus Tuus. A Latin term meaning “totally yours,” Totus Tuus was adopted by…
Swing music from a live band, a high-spirited dance routine, remarkable vocals and an emotional appeal filled the night at the annual Benedictine College Scholarship Ball.
Some kids agonize over their choice of high school.
The term “Spirit filled” is hardly strong enough to describe the atmosphere at Christ the King School here.
“There’s nothing like it in our archdiocese,” said Dan Spencer, chairman of MUC. “It’s a unique event that men enjoy each year. There are always different speakers to address different aspects of male spirituality.”
“That these students would want to recognize her for how she has inspired them by naming an award for her is a great tribute to her wonderful work,” he said.
In defending the right to life, our first duty is to oppose the direct taking of innocent human life — any human life, at any stage. As Pope John Paul II confirmed in his encyclical,…
“There was a lot of excitement when [the students] walked through the doors,” said Nancy Steinlage, Sts. Peter and Paul School secretary. “The new school had something to do with it.”