Archive | November, 2013

Key Classifieds – November 15, 2013

Our Lady of Angels succeeds in strong Catholic education

Our Lady of Angels School, like Our Lady of Guadalupe School, has endured changing demographics, a consolidation with Our Lady of Perpetual Help (Redemptorist) School and economic challenges.

Once hungry himself, Chiefs’ linebacker buys and serves meal for K.C.’s poor

He packs 275 pounds of sculpted muscle on a 6-foot, 3-inch frame.

No one deserves death, attorney tells prison ministers

For Sean O’Brien, the knowledge isn’t merely theoretical that no human being — not even prison inmates convicted of the most horrific crimes — is beyond redemption.

Holy Cross, more than a school – a family and a community

Barb Deane has been principal of Holy Cross School at St. John and N. Quincy for just a few months, but she has fallen in love with the school, the families, and especially the students.

Seminarians truly a blessing for the diocese

The Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph has been through a lot in the past two years.

Catholic Charities lives out Gospel service to the poor

For Deacon Dan Powers, the reason is simple.

School thanks teens, technology this Thanksgiving

Our Lady of Guadalupe School, established at 23rd and Madison in 1915, has endured changing neighborhood demographics, consolidations and economic challenges.

Catholic school system depends on teamwork, collaboration

Superintendent Dr. Dan Peters. Associate Superintendent Pat Burbach. Office Manager Chris Ostrom. Administrative tech assistant LeAnn Lakin.

Fifth grade salute on Veterans’ Day touches some tough hearts

Maybe Marines aren’t so tough after all.

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