Editorials & Commentary
The archives gets a lot of questions about cemeteries. Most of the questions are for genealogical purposes. However, cemeteries have much more to tell us than just who is buried there.
The holiday of Thanksgiving holds a special place in the hearts of many Americans. It is a time when families and friends gather together to express gratitude for the blessings they have received throughout the year.
Lexington, Ky. – My family’s connection to this story took place in Great Falls, Montana in 1963 at 804 7th Street South.
For the past few years, Bishop Medley has made it his mission to travel to the home countries of international priests serving in the Diocese of Owensboro to express his gratitude to their families, their communities, and their bishops and superiors.
“The Eucharist is the source and summit of the Christian life.” Inspiring words from the document Lumen Gentium from the Second Vatican Council and yet, what do they practically mean to us today?
We have been discussing the plans and process for the Synod on Synodality for so long that some might assume it has come and gone. In fact, though, a new phase of the synod is continuing this month.
It may be best to start with my background. I am a registered nurse with 41 years of experience. This includes 15 years as an emergency room nurse, 7.5 years working in cardiology research and the last 20 years at a Veterans Administration Medical Center. I was in a MASH hospital during Desert Storm working in the trauma section of the Hospital.
For years now, one of the only complaints we receive from camp families and retreat guests is about the road into and out of Gasper River Catholic Youth Camp and Retreat Center.
It’s October and you know what that means; this month we celebrate a holiday that many proudly claim as their favorite.
In the words of St. John Vianney, “What does Jesus do in the Eucharist? If you are in difficulties and sorrows, he will comfort you and relieve you…”