Archive | April, 2014

Key Classifieds – April 18, 2014

Missouri bishops urge opposition to death penalty

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, The state of Missouri has executed five individuals in the last five months.

Bishop, priests renew commitment to the faithful

Yes, it is a day to celebrate the priesthood.

Sisters seek to strengthen faith to be shared with all

Ask her why she chose to begin a new institute of consecrated religious women and Mother Adela Galinda will quickly correct you.

Retiro de confirmación, un éxito

Con gran alegría y con el apoyo de nuestro padre providencial,

First 2014 grade school track meet a vocations-directed meet

You might think that five young men, seminarians for the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph, would like to sleep in on a Saturday morning.

Tragic Shooting at Jewish Center Brings Us to Prayer

Last Sunday, Palm Sunday, brought the report of a terrible and tragic shooting in Overland Park, Kansas, at the Jewish Community Center.

Avila breaks through to the future of learning and science

Avila University was founded by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet as the two-year College of St. Teresa in 1916, on the campus of St. Teresa’s Academy. Margaret O’Reilly became its first graduate in 1918.

‘Run A-Cross America’ witnesses to life in Kansas City

If you ever see a fit-looking someone wearing a blue tee shirt with Jer.1:5 on the back, you’re probably seeing a LIFE Runner.

‘You know what has happened’

One of the casualties of the present age is the inability to arrive at agreement on just about anything.

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August 24, 2017
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