Affirmative action has given many young people opportunities their parents and grandparents never had
In October, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Fisher v. University of Texas. The issue was affirmative action at public colleges and universities.
Msgr. Sharbel Maroun smiles when he recalls a journey to his native Lebanon 15 years ago.
Michael’s heel was bouncing as if he was about to break into a sprint, but he didn’t know which way to run.
“My friend texted me during your talk saying he had a new bowl he wanted to smoke with me as soon as I got home.”
Who has not been interrupted from daily routines and errands because we see someone in need?
I experienced my first March for Life in Washington, D.C., earlier this month, and I will remember the trip for the rest of my life. As I left Mass at the Cathedral of St. Paul before the trip, I had great expectations for the march, but what I experienced blew me away.
One strange gift I received this year is a deep gratitude for my health
More than half of readers say they discuss with others items they’ve read about in the newspaper.
The following column — the third in a series about the marriage amendment — is provided by the Minnesota Catholic Conference, which advocates on behalf of the state’s bishops for public policies and programs that support the life and dignity of every human person.
Priests around the archdiocese have been poring over liturgical scripts and rehearsing speaking parts in anticipation of the Nov. 27 debut of the new Roman Missal, which will usher in the most significant changes to the Mass in more than 40 years.
Don’t be too concerned if you and your children stumble over the words of the Mass beginning Nov. 26-27, the first weekend of Advent. Your presider may stumble a little, too.