My Table Is Spread: The brother and sister I would never claim are here, beside me, and I must claim them or admit that what I profess is a lie.
My Table Is Spread
My Table Is Spread: Fairy tales tell us that this "Real Housewives of the Apocalypse -- Kansas" will end just as badly, or worse, than whatever is ending outside.
My Table Is Spread: Long ago, my husband's immigrant grandfather endured suspicion. His stories mirror the reality that today's U.S. immigrants face every day.
My Table Is Spread: My granddaughter was learning home before she breathed air or saw sunlight or felt the touch of a hand, and my dying aunt was yearning for home, too.
My Table Is Spread: The Feast of the Immaculate Conception probably began in the Eastern Church as a celebration of St. Anne, Mary's mother, a feast that is still kept in the East.
My Table Is Spread: All children sing. They sing because they are human. They sing because humans are created for song.
My Table Is Spread: I don't plan to vote for president this year. That is painful, as I was raised to believe that the right to vote must be exercised.
My Table Is Spread: Fr. Adrian Zemek is the sole Norbertine priest in residence and pastor of an 18th-century monastery church.
My Table Is Spread: There is another group of Holy Cross fathers who work far from the shadow of the $400 million additions to the Notre Dame football stadium.
My Table Is Spread: No matter what science reveals about the human life of the unborn, abortion advocates refuse to consider the other half of the equation.