When dozens of seminarians representing just a fraction of those local men studying for the priesthood climbed on stage, emcee Larry Moore marveled …
Bill Francis has a message for the parents of the teenagers who made the pilgrimage to 2016 March for Life.
Bitterly cold temperatures may have frozen the numbers, but not the spirit of some 120 pro-lifers …
At long last, construction.
On 8 December 2015, the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary, our Holy Father Pope Francis opened the Holy Doors of St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome to inaugurate the Extraordinary Jubilee Year of Mercy 2016.
How many of us attended “STA,” have mothers, grandmothers, aunts, sisters, cousins, nieces, daughters or granddaughters among the alumni?
Just two months ago, on Nov. 24, 2015, 19 Catholic men and one woman, all U.S. citizens and veterans of military service, received authorization from Arminda C. Crawford, National Commander, and William Wright, Sr., Adjutant General, of the National Catholic War Veterans of the United States to organize and conduct a post of the Catholic War Veterans in Northwest Missouri.
It was Bishop James V. Johnston’s first opportunity since his installation to meet nearly all of his 35 seminarians and he seized the moment.
“You could hear a pin drop” is how many described the experience of 24,000 teens and adults on their knees in complete silence as the Eucharistic presence of Jesus was processed into Lucas Oil stadium.
If William Shakespeare was correct and mercy “droppeth as the gentle rain from heaven,” then the Jubilee Year of Mercy got off to a great start in Kansas City.