This past Saturday, I celebrated a Mass to begin the Living in Truth, Kansas City Catholic Women’s Conference.
By Marty Denzer Catholic Key Reporter KANSAS CITY — For the past seven years, the School Bell Breakfast, a benefit for the Strong City Schools, has celebrated and promulgated Catholic education in the urban center of Kansas City. Founded as the Central City Schools Fund in 1989 under Bishop John J. Sullivan, the fund was […]
Sometimes, a good Catholic mother must tell a son, bound and determined to be a priest, to hold his horses and pray first.
Deacon Joshua Barlett learned the hard way. You can’t make a deal with God.
Deacon Curt Vogel knows the exact moment he felt the powerful and miraculous hand of God directing his life and setting him on the path that will lead to his ordination as a priest on May 23.
More than 3,000 people from both sides of the state line gathered in the Jewish Community Center Campus parking lot in Overland Park the evening of April 13.
When Archbishop Joseph F. Naumann penned his Leaven column for this week, he likely couldn’t have imagined how true his words would turn out to be when he remarked that “Pope Francis seems to always have a few surprises up his white sleeves.”
A parish, its choir, and its 93-year-old pastor would have been forgiven if they needed a breather a week after celebrating the rich liturgies of Holy Week and Easter.
Bishop Finn is pleased to make the following clergy assignments.