Kathryn Jean Lopez

The lights went out early on May 29, just before a private Mass I was to participate in. The timing all seemed to make some sense in those dark early morning minutes.

Passing gas for people is necessary fact of life

Dear Doctor: I’m 102 years old and a World War II veteran. My problem is that I pass a lot of gas. Several days ago, I had an apple and a small piece of sweet potato, and I stunk up the whole house. I had to open all of the windows and doors. Do you have any suggestions?

Last week a man from eastern Oklahoma told a reporter that he was not going to ever respond to the U.S. Census.

Kathryn Jean Lopez

Do you remember when Pope John Paul II went back to his native Poland, about eight months into his pontificate? The Communist officials couldn't not let him in – he was too beloved. As Pulitzer Prize winner Peggy Noonan, author of "John Paul the Great," has written, from the moment he eventually arrived behind the Iron Curtain, "the boundaries of the world began to shift."

More than 30 million Americans have lost their jobs so far this year. The COVID-19 virus is still a threat and the economy will take time to recover. Things may seem scary or bleak right now, but members of the OSCPA have tips to help you minimize the financial damage and prepare for a new position and opportunities.