Amid the din of their iPods and text messages, downloading and Facebooking, a few teens and young adults are carving out time for something very different in their lives: the solitude of eucharistic adoration.
Sometimes the sound of charity goes something like this: SNIP! SNAP! SNIP!
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.
At Catholic Soccer Camps, players are getting one step closer to God — one kick at a time.
It all might have started with Will Smith.
After sending three children through Catholic grade school and high school, Bill McHale was more than a little surprised to learn that each of his children, one by one, stopped practicing their faith once they…
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.
Prince of Peace parishioner Michelle Scharnhorst knew there was something different about her son the first time he sat down with a group of children to draw pictures.
Modesty doesn’t have to be synonymous with frumpy.