Sometimes the sound of charity goes something like this: SNIP! SNAP! SNIP!
Though small in stature, with about 200 students enrolled in grades pre-K to 8, St. Paul School here is large in spirit just the same.
On a recent Tuesday, University of Kansas freshman Leann Tracy was racing across campus so as not to be late for her art class.
The plastic bags and the fast-food debris were expected, but some of the other trash gathered by Resurrection School students here at a recent cleanup raised some eyebrows.
When Bishop Ward High School organizers here were discussing speakers for Black History Month, they considered inviting an African-American sculptor, an African-American author, or maybe the first African-American astronaut in the U.S. space program.
“Show me the money” is what former Donnelly College president Ken Gibson used to tell the warden at Lansing Correctional Facility when asked about offering classes to the inmates there.
A grandmother’s Christlike witness inspired Greta McCall, a senior at St. James Academy here, to pen a winning entry in the Maryknoll Student Essay Contest.
The Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin was reputed to have scoffed at the Holy Father, asking, “How many divisions does the pope have?”
Although its roots run deep in the Topeka Catholic community, Mater Dei School has yet to complete its third year in operation.
Jack Farnsworth might have needed a little help from his friends here at Sacred Heart School recently to make it around the world.