Archive | February, 2018

Bishop joins 600 students to celebrate Catholic Schools Week

“It’s a great and beautiful sight to see all of you in one place,” Bishop Johnston told over 600 Catholic School students

Support Our Seminarians Banquet celebrates the priesthood

As the sun set Jan. 26, a steady stream of people rode the escalator to the main floor of Union Station for the 25th annual Support Our Seminarians Benefit,

Visitation third graders form ‘Holy Heroes’ NGO

You’ve probably heard of, maybe even know of some NGOs, non-governmental organizations.

Our Catholic Schools — More Important Than Ever

In case you missed it, last week was Catholic Schools Week across America.

Bishop Celebrates Catholic Schools Week at St. John LaLande School

Bishop James Johnston, Jr. nailed it when he began the all school Mass at St. John LaLande Parish Jan. 29

Love of neighbor a’pair’ent through Socks of Love

Plans are afoot at to distribute 130 pairs of socks loaded with granola bars and toiletry items to the homeless of Kansas City, thanks to the generosity of St. Gabriel School families.

Cristo Rey students get belated Christmas gift from Santa T-Mobile

According to a 2016 Pew Research Center study, one-fifth of adults who lived in households making annual incomes of less than $30,000 were “smartphone-only” internet users

St. Patrick’s ‘real life’ Saints

When we know someone or of someone who has gone beyond the call of duty for others,

The Gospel of Personal Encounter

Was he contagious?

Candlemas of Innocents: A remembrance of lost infants

The tradition of Candlemas takes its roots from Luke’s Gospel, when Mary completed a ritualistic cleansing 40 days after Jesus’ birth

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February 22, 2018
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