After a decade of the greatest economic expansion in the nation’s history, state governments are drowning in tidal waves of red ink, placing safety net services, the common good and the lives of vu
After I graduated from high school, I became a professional firefighter in Kansas City, Mo.
This series focuses on the world of devotions in the life of contemporary believers.
In the current practice of the Catholic Church in the United States, people are free to receive Communion either in the open hand or on the tongue.
By the time this column appears, the war in Iraq may be, for the time being, over. But as I write, we are in the thick of it.