After much sturm und drang, and some mocking, The Leaven has finally come up with a name for its blog.
I couldn’t help but admire his love for the faith and passion for his rosary ministry.
“You can’t make this stuff up.”
This is one aspect I love about working for The Leaven. It takes me on adventures I wouldn’t choose for myself.
In fact, they’re often some of the most flawed followers of Christ.
Join me in wishing Miss Fay a happy Catholic Schools Week at the end of this month and a happy 100th in May.
On the bleak, gray day before Thanksgiving 2016, two independent acts of charity by two Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth (SCLs) intersected without their knowing it until a few days later.
My favorite stories in The Leaven are those filled with miracles.
by Todd Habiger firstname.lastname@example.org Archbishop Naumann scooped me! In the Nov. 11 issue of The Leaven, the archbishop wrote about former Bishop Ward baseball coach Dennis Hurla and the impact he made both on and…
But does it really feel like Christmas?
Holy Trinity, Lenexa, parishioner Ceasar Conde never thought a toy would take his kids around the world.