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A place heroes can call home

Monday, June 30, dawned hot and sticky, but nobody at the St. Michael’s Veteran’s Center campus minded.

Hispanic Youth Ministry helps young people ‘feel their faith in their own language’

“Hispanic ministry is rooted in the idea that we are all one family,”

Youngsters of all ages enjoy benefits of Camp Savio

Camp Savio may no longer be just for middle-schoolers any more.

Catholics take Christ to streets of Kansas City

Their faces had seen neither soap nor razor in quite some time.

Unbound sponsorship teaches responsibility and caring

Ataco is a picturesque town located in the Apaneca Mountains not far from the Guatemalan border.

Mothers Groups help support families, communities

The mountainside village was surrounded by coffee plantations and sugar cane fields.

Life near a cemetery, with chickens

Community Manuel II lies in an abandoned rail yard and some houses straddle the tracks.

Building strong Salvadoran families, communities and individuals

El Salvador, the smallest country in Central America, is about the size of Massachusetts.

Largest class of permanent deacons ordained for service

Call them the Lucky Thirteen, but it is the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph that benefits.

Priests from two states to engage in pitched battle

Consider the gauntlet thrown.

Wednesday
July 23, 2014
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph