Ministry of kindness toward others reflects Christ’s love and hope

Jonathan came out of the Army, and tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan, messed up.

Priest joined his life with the poor and suffering

It had to be the Beatitudes.

Belton parish celebrates life of Archbishop Romero

Only a great teacher can be remembered by children not born until decades after his death.

City plan commission rejects dormitory plan

By Kevin Kelly Catholic Key Associate Editor KANSAS CITY — The Kansas City Plan Commission March 17 once again unanimously rejected a scaled-down plan to rezone land now occupied by the vacant St. Francis Xavier School for construction of an 85-unit, 237-bed Bellarmino dormitory targeted for Catholic university students. The site, at 53rd Street and […]

Catholics from two states gather for healing

Sometimes, even an archbishop needs an extra push before he takes the plunge.

Seeking a new beginning through faith, love, kindness

April 13, 2014, was a Sunday like any other — attending church with family, making plans for family dinner, visiting relatives and sharing activities — until the unthinkable made it horrific.

List of 2015 St. Joseph Tables

List of 2015 Area St. Joseph Tables …

Inspired by the Holy Spirit, he’s having so much fun

Wouldn’t it be wonderful to be able to say, when looking back on a long life, that it’s been a lot of fun, thanks to the Holy Spirit?

Too busy for Tet? Not Bishop Finn on a busy weekend

The extra effort was noted.

O’Hara Honor students help feed the hungry

Catholic Schools Week can get a little silly, a bit off the wall, and possibly downright wacky.

March 31, 2015
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph