This past week, the long-anticipated document (known as a Post-Synodal Apostolic Exhortation) following the 2014 and 2015 synods on marriage and the family, was made public.
Recently, some grandparents introduced me to their four year old grandson, who wanted to shake my hand.
There is a term that poker players use when they push every one of their chips to the center of the table on a bet of confidence that they have the winning hand: “all in.”
One of the key points of focus that Pope Francis outlined in the official document announcing the Extraordinary Jubilee Year of Mercy was
Following is the text of Archbishop Naumann’s homily given at the annual White Mass for medical professionals at St. Thomas More Parish on Feb. 20:
As this is Catholic Schools Week across America, it provides an opportunity to reflect on this ministry that has profoundly affected millions of people, and continues to do so in our own diocese.
I was eight years old when Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated by James Earl Ray in Memphis.
It seems odd to think of Jesus as a threat. He is the Good Shepherd, the Prince of Peace.
As this marks my first column for the Catholic Key, I think it important to explain the title of this privileged space in which I hope to encourage, strengthen, and teach through our diocesan newspaper.
I want to express my gratitude to the priests, deacons, religious and laity of the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph for your prayers, support and encouragement these past six months