The Alex George Auditorium at St. Joseph’s Medical Center slowly filled with physicians, nurses, staff and volunteers as well as members of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet.
Queridos niños: Estoy contento de poderlos encontrar y ver sus rostros alegres llenando esta bella plaza.
The Sisters of Loretto have been a force in education, human rights and the empowerment of women since they were founded in 1812.
Following the martyrdom of Stephen a severe persecution of the Church broke out in Jerusalem (Acts 8:1).
My oldest son who is in second grade will soon receive his First Holy Communion.
Two diocesan high schools with a combined history of 200 years service to the community are preparing to become one. St. Mary’s High School in Independence and Archbishop O’Hara High School are merging administrations as a first step in a three year plan toward joining together as a new high school in a new location.
Lent is drawing closer to its culmination and the intensity of the readings we have just heard reminds us of Holy Week to come.
“Soul Food for the Soul,” a new Lenten ministry of St. Louis Parish in collaboration with their sister parish, St. Thomas More, is committed to inspiring and loving the poor.
¡Lo que toda pareja necesita saber, y lo que toda mujer tiene derecho de aprender!