After much sturm und drang, and some mocking, The Leaven has finally come up with a name for its blog.
Nothing felt like home the way the Catholic Church did.
It’s not unusual for a tug-of-war to ensue when story assignments involve covering an event that features food.
I’d bet you a box of doughnuts (which I shouldn’t eat anymore) that most Catholics have never attended an ordination.
Wouldn’t you have liked to be a fly on the wall at the meeting earlier today of Pope Francis and President Donald Trump?
Schools like John Paul II are creating leaders who can bring those positive qualities to the world.
With respect for the law, the church supports immigrants and asks for immigration reform that is just but also compassionate.
If you could say a prayer for each of these individuals I’m sure they would appreciate it.
The pope wants to hear from young people across the world on their own thoughts, feelings and ideas.
Some of the greatest witnesses to our faith here in the archdiocese are everyday Catholics.
Even at the point of death, Jesus was preaching and teaching.