Reconciliation is the sacrament of Easter and mercy, bishop says

He admitted it right off the bat. It was both a “trick question” and a rhetorical one.

Who is Our Lady of Guadalupe?

Who among us has gazed at an image of Our Lady of Guadalupe and not wondered what she’s thinking;

Father Rocha takes helm at St. Michael the Archangel

Add another job to Father Richard Rocha’s unusual curriculum vitae:

Memorial to Bishop Raymond Boland dedicated

He rests in the churchyard cemetery of St. Michael’s in Tipperary, Ireland,

Knute Rockne, still remembered after all these years

It’s been 85 years. Those who were shocked and grieved are long dead;

LIFE Runners complete A-Cross America run

These are not your ordinary human beings.

Cancer patient cheered by St. James Liberty students

Last summer, Ella Strong was playing volleyball, softball, hanging out with friends and looking forward to being in the sixth grade at St. Andrew the Apostle School,

Avila celebrates a century of Catholic education

A two-year college for women was founded at St. Teresa’s Academy in 1916,

Lenten journey moves from ashes to ‘oil of gladness’ at Chrism Mass

From “dirty, black ashes” to the “oil of gladness”.

Father Paul Turner appointed diocesan Ecumenical Officer

Ecumenism is defined as the principle or aim of promoting unity among the world’s Christian peoples.

May 01, 2016
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph