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.”
There are more slaves in the world today than at any other time in human history.
Sarah Orscheln will have no trouble with that perennial back-to school essay assignment: How did you spend your summer?
Seminarians revel in sights, sounds of World Youth Day
Host Families Relish Time Spent with Kansas Contingent
Emily Novak made a video to help orphans half a world away. This summer, she got a chance to meet them.
"No rosary, no dinner. That was the deal.”
Archbishop Oscar Arnulfo Romero (left) is considered by some in El Salvador to be a very dangerous man — a feat all the more remarkable since he’s been dead for 28 years.