The shockwaves from the Jan. 12 Haitian earthquake didn’t topple buildings in Kansas, but they really hit home for two women religious at the Sisters of Charity motherhouse here.
It was dark and cold, and their special visitor was late, but the people on South Boeke Street in Kansas City, Kan., didn’t care.
Early on the evening of Jan. 12, the small island nation of Haiti was struck by a magnitude 7.0 earthquake, whose epicenter was a mere 10 miles from the capital and major population center of…
“Beyond the mountains, there are mountains.”
After President Barack Obama lifted the ban on federal funding for embryonic stem-cell research on March 8, pro-life advocates waited for the other shoe to drop.
There are more slaves in the world today than at any other time in human history.
As Gov. Kathleen Sebelius departs for a probable Cabinet position in the Obama administration, she leaves with a prayer from her archbishop — and hopes for her reform of conscience.
The Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin was reputed to have scoffed at the Holy Father, asking, “How many divisions does the pope have?”
A recent trip to Rome was much more than a spiritual pilgrimage for a group of archdiocesan Catholics.
Sarah Orscheln will have no trouble with that perennial back-to school essay assignment: How did you spend your summer?