If you turn on the news today, most likely you’ll be inundated with reports of rising prices, economic turmoil, and distillations of fiscal policy discussions from the most recent political debates.
More than 30 archdiocesan priests are heading back to school a little late this fall, but their occasional absence from their parishes promises to pay dividends to their congregations in the long run.
Catholics in the archdiocese can now get a world-class catechetical education without ever having to leave Kansas.
Jim Kafka has three words for men who want to know if “That Man Is You” is for them.
The dilemma facing Hispanic ministry in the archdiocese reads like a verse out of the Scriptures: The harvest is plenty, but laborers are few.
The Benedictine College Ravens here soared into the top tier of colleges and universities this year, as reported in the Midwest Master’s category of the 2008 edition of “America’s Best Colleges” by U.S. News &…
The ministry of Catholic educators is among the most important work done by the church today, Archbishop Joseph F. Naumann told archdiocesan educators at a Mass on Aug. 7 at Savior Pastoral Center here
Once there was a time when, if you wanted Frank, all you had to do was find John. And vice versa.