Mike Briggs and Zach Drake have been best buds, classmates and team mates since they were 5 years old.
For two decades, the Vocations Office of the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph has gathered hundreds of fifth graders together at Archbishop O’Hara High School for a very special reason:
The world needs health care professionals dedicating their lives “in imitation of the Divine physician, Jesus Christ.”
It was a rare and gorgeous 64-degree Sunday afternoon on Feb. 8.
Dominic Vargas was 11 years old, a fifth grader at Our Lady of Angels School.
As guests filed in to the Morning Glory Café downtown on a bone-chilling morning,
Ash Wednesday and Good Friday are obligatory days of fasting and abstinence for Catholics.
About 20 women sat around tables pushed into a u-shape in the lower level of Seton Center on a recent Tuesday morning.
Catholic Schools Week occurs the last week of January each year and schools across the country celebrate Catholic education.
Twenty minutes before Mass, and Maryann Peale of Missouri Right to Life was sweating bullets.