This would never sell at Fox News or MSNBC, where the sizzle of slash-and-burn politics is served up nightly by “guests” from the right
Downsizing and consolidating is how the Marianites of Holy Cross have chosen to keep their ministry vibrant. “We were looking at how we could
Shooing mosquitoes and dodging the occasional wasps’ nest, teens from St. Peter Church’s “TORCH” youth group toiled to reclaim a stretch of holy ground: an overgrown Stations of the Cross pathway, set deep in the woods of the Teresian Spirituality Center in Covington.
Michelle Combs recalls being overwhelmed by maternal pride.
Two years ago, her daughter Kaylee, an academically gifted student who has cerebral palsy, articulated a deep desire to switch from a public to a private school. When Combs asked Kaylee why, she replied: “I want that relationship with Christ in school.”
Beth Montelepre is forever marveling that as a Catholic, she has “every saint in heaven” praying for her and illuminating the road to salvation. Having so many friends to call on, 24/7, is a source of great joy to Montelepre, a mother of five children.