One of the hidden and dangerous temptations of the Christian life is to think we can manage on our own, and call upon God only when we need reinforcements
This past week, our diocesan staff was led in a day of recollection by Father Donald Gibbs, O.S.B., a monk of Conception Abbey
I recently overheard someone remark on the bias of certain media organizations that “their story is written before they even show up to report on it.”
Of the many memorable moments in the Oscar winning film, Titanic, one in particular came to mind this week.
This week we marked the annual national holiday which honors the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., among our greatest Americans.
Most of us are familiar with the old adage, “out of sight, out of mind.”
On a recent evening, I attended a presentation by Drs. Pilar Calva and Mercedes Wilson at Arrupe Hall on the campus of Rockhurst University.
It sounds foreboding and depressing, but it’s not.
In my homily at last week’s Red Mass, the annual Mass for those in the judiciary and the legal professions,
It often occurs to me that many people are not sure what a diocese is, or what it does.