Archive | January, 2012

Key Classifieds – January 27, 2012

Lee’s Summit site purchased for new Catholic high school

By Kevin Kelly Catholic Key Associate Editor KANSAS CITY — The Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph announced the purchase and donation of an 80-acre tract of land in western Lee’s Summit that could be, if plans fall into place, the site of a new $30 million Catholic high school. Steve Hilliard, diocesan director of strategic […]

La Autoridad de los Padres Sobre los Hijos Viene de Dios

En nuestro tiempo en que vivimos, encontramos a mucha gente que tiene muchos problemas con las autoridades. Empezando en nuestras casas, la autoridad de los padres es siempre cuestionada por lo hijos. El hijo que acaba de cumplir los 21 años de edad le da por decirle a su padre que el ya es mayor […]

Que tengan más cautela o corazón blando a la hora de tratar con un inmigrante 

Hola!!! Mi nombre es Alondra y vengo de porta voz por tantos miles de inmigrantes de nuestra comunidad en especial de tantas madres de familia que día a día se exponen a las leyes de la cuidad.

Vietnamese parish puts God at center of celebration

As the parish does every year for the celebration of their culture’s biggest holiday, Church of the Holy Martyrs put the “celebrate” in the celebration of Mass.

Pro-life pilgrims rise early for Mass, journey to Washington

There are three kinds of travelers, Msgr. Ralph Kaiser told a rather unique and special congregation before dawn on Jan. 21.

A Prophet Like You

In our times a great many cottage industries have arisen in order to help people discover their career path or professional track. Every high school has college counselors, colleges have career centers, and headhunters are omnipresent ready to help someone find the next job or change careers. Even in the Church we place a great […]

A Festival of Faith and Reason

The New York Encounter is a cultural festival that takes place for two days and one night on Martin Luther King weekend in New York City.

Charities helps open homeless shelter in Warrensburg

Gary is an oddball. He freely admits it. He also knows that the deck is stacked against oddballs like him, even if they did risk their lives in combat.

The Women’s Clinic, backed by several faith traditions, has one goal – saving lives

Three small children played on the floor while several adults watched a video on the flat-screen TV mounted on the wall in the waiting area of The Women’s Clinic on Noland Road.

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