Archive | January, 2013

The Bishop’s Role in Fostering the Mission of the Catholic Media

When I was editor of the diocesan paper in St. Louis, my office had a statue of St. Francis DeSales, Bishop of Geneva, and Doctor of the Church.

Longtime professor, coach receives Magis award

When a group of Rockhurst University alumni, prominent in the St. Louis business community, wanted to celebrate their alma mater’s identity and raise its profile

‘Espíritu del Señor esta sobre mi’

Hoy cuando escuchamos la voz de Jesús a través del evangelista que nos dice que Jesús se presenta ante la sociedad

Second grader ‘three-peats’ and school library wins

Move over Michael Jordan. Kobe Bryant? You’ve got nothing on Raina Dowler.

Visitation School’s principal chosen as a Distinguished Principal

Visitation School principal Vince Cascone, PhD, is not patting himself on the back, although he could.

Everybody’s buddy returns to O’Hara High School

John Tyler has a couple of homemade videos on his school-issued iPad.

Father William J. Dineen, C.PP.S

Father William J. Dineen, C.PP.S, 73, a member of the Kansas City Province of the Missionaries of the Precious Blood, died at St. Charles Center in Carthagena, OH on January 15, 2013.

Vatican II: The Word of God

On November 18th, 1965 the Dogmatic Constitution on Divine Revelation (Dei Verbum) was endorsed by 2,344/2350 votes from the council fathers.

Freezing cold no match for spiritual heat of pro-life witness

Perhaps a higher plan was at work when the U.S. Supreme Court decided Roe v. Wade in January, rather than in June, four full decades ago.

Cristo Rey senior is a 2013 Horatio Alger Scholar and scholarship winner

Horatio Alger, the 19th century author of more than 100 “rags to riches” novels written for working class males, lived long before Cristo Rey Kansas City High School or senior Edna McCrary were even thought of

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