Archive | August, 2014

Key Classifieds – August 22, 2014

Teachers have sacred calling, Bishop says at annual Mass

The job of a school teacher and the job of a bishop are alike in many ways, said a man who has been both.

FIRE Foundation works to ignite the flame of inclusive education

It began in 1996.

Holy Cross School gets new heating and air-conditioning systems

Their old boiler was about to give up the ghost.

Historic Moment Approaching in the Cause for Sr. Marie September 13, 2014

She was born Adele Louise Marie Mandat-Grancey, 177 years ago, September 13, 1837, in the family’s castle in Burgundy, France.

Red-hot Royals ‘hit it a ton’ for Kansas City’s hungry

On Thursday evening, Aug 6, the Kansas City Royals completed a three-game sweep of the Arizona Diamondbacks

Young Adult Camp out celebrates 20 years of fun and faith

Greg Doring was a senior in high school when he invited seven buddies to spend a weekend on his family’s houseboat at Lake Pomme de Terre in southwest Missouri.

Research fuels revolution in early childhood education

Pssst! “Day care. We don’t use the D-word around here,

Catholic high school students win Ancient Order of Hibernians scholarships

In May 2010, the Padraig Pearse Division of the Ancient Order of Hibernians announced it had established four $500 scholarships benefiting eighth graders in the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph who wished to attend Catholic high schools either in Kansas or Missouri.

Catholic Charities Junior Board gets into the school spirit for needy kids

The cafeteria at Our Lady of Angels School in Westport was hoppin’ July 30 as the setting sun’s rays striped tables laden with school supplies.

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