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24-Hour opportunity for Adoration and Confessions

Excuses, excuses: there’s literally no bad time to go to confession on March 9-10.

Advocating for two local potential deportation cases

Immigration is a hot topic in today’s world.

Seniors are St. Joseph Medical Center’s new focus

A clinic just for patients 65 years old and older, an emergency room staffed with physicians and nurses trained in geriatric needs, a pharmacy with a certified geriatric trained pharmacist;

2018 St. Joseph’s Day Tables

A listing of St. Joseph Tables in KC

On Being a Good Umpire

As the days get a bit longer and a bit warmer, many are looking forward to baseball season (I know I am).

St. Regis School announces new adventure in classical learning to begin in August

The parents sitting in the pews of St. John Francis Regis Church Feb. 8 appeared curious and a little uncertain as they waited for an announcement from Father Sean McCaffery,

Sister Maryellen Riley, OSB

Benedictine Sister of Perpetual Adoration Maryellen Riley passed away March 1, 2018.

Franciscan novice realizing her dream of religious life

Sister Colette Marie Jaros is living the life she dreamed of since she was a little girl.

For God so loved the world

A yearly, national survey of 2,050 registered dietitian nutritionists (RDN) named celebrities and social media as the greatest source of fake news about nutrition and dieting. In particular, they named Facebook as the number one source of nutrition misinformation. When it comes to trusting authority, at times we are justified in being suspicious. We might […]

Key Classifieds – Feb. 23, 2018

March 17, 2018
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph