Snow, sleet and falling temperatures couldn’t keep a smile from Deacon Olvin Giron’s heart …
As of mid-December, the diocese listed 28 young men in various stages of formation studying for the priesthood.
Most of us are familiar with the old adage, “out of sight, out of mind.”
The Alex George Auditorium at St. Joseph Medical Center was full of hospital staff, leadership, volunteers and a large group of children …
Bishop James V. Johnston, Jr. was installed as Ordinary of the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph during Mass at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception on Nov. 4, 2015
As the upcoming election approaches, many are seeking assistance in how to prepare to vote.
It often occurs to me that many people are not sure what a diocese is, or what it does.
Only a few weeks from the upcoming election, I offer a few thoughts in hope that they may be helpful in preparing to vote.
There we were, in the living room, having just enjoyed hot apple crisp for dessert.
“(An anniversary) is a good opportunity to renew our commitment to live out our parish mission to encounter Jesus Christ and bring Him to all through vibrant liturgy, lifelong Christian formation, and social outreach,”