The tale of two schools and how they are changing young lives in Honduras

FORT WORTH Gustavo Villanueva pulled out a thick golden envelope on a recent afternoon. Flipping it open, he ruffled through the dozens of letters he’s received from grateful students at the two schools that Educate the Children-Honduras is sponsoring in the country’s rural and mountainous Olancho region.


Why women aren't choosing adoption – and how pro-lifers can change that

At 21 years old, Millie Lopus was pregnant and scared. A rising college senior at Loyola University Maryland, she was being pressured into having an abortion by her ex-boyfriend, the father of the child.


A heart for the poor

Sometimes, “no” means “not yet.” In the 1960s and ‘70s, Father Robert Thames heard “no” a lot when he requested to be assigned missionary work.  When he finally received the “yes,” he made the most of it. 


Bringing the Church to them

Clair Orth, an extraordinary minister of holy Communion at St. Peter the Apostle Parish in Fort Worth, always looks forward to visiting the West Side Campus of Care.


Man builds replica of St. Peter's Square with 36,000 toothpicks

The Eiffel Tower, the Roman Coliseum, the Statue of Liberty, and the Taj Mahal are just some of the universal monuments that a Colombian teacher makes to scale out of little wooden sticks (toothpicks).