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Divine Mercy Sunday ‘is everything’ at official shrine of the diocese

A parish, its choir, and its 93-year-old pastor would have been forgiven if they needed a breather a week after celebrating the rich liturgies of Holy Week and Easter.

Chapel an incredible journey of faith

When Father Angelo Bartulica arrived at Our Lady of Lourdes parish in late winter 2014 to begin as pastor, he told the parishioners that a perpetual adoration chapel was needed.

Father Francis Stuart, O.S.B.

On the morning of Monday, 30 March 2015, our beloved confrere, Father Francis Stuart, O.S.B., choosing to anticipate the earthly celebration of the Lord’s Resurrection, set aside worldly cares to enter the perfect joy of heaven, in full hope of at last encountering his Risen Lord face to face.

Camp Savio scheduled for two weeks in June

As the weather warms up, we hear birds chirping and see flowers blooming; we know summer is on its way

Joyful laughter lights gathering of adults with developmental disabilities

Peals of joyous laughter float from the back part of the St. Catherine’s SPRED Center as you knock on the door.

Parish minister is learning from ‘the masters’

There’s a quote about the elderly that Francesca Brownsberger will never forget:

Jesus loves, forgives, heals, every life

“Every life matters.”

An attitude of gratitude, compassion can change a life

It’s a bit hard to imagine.

St. Patrick’s Day celebrated as it would have been centuries ago

St. Patrick, bishop, confessor and patron of Ireland and things Irish, would have felt at home.

Program educates seventh and eighth graders on the dignity of human life

For the last 18 years, Our Lady of the Presentation School has hosted a Respect Life Education Day for seventh and eighth graders …

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April 28, 2015
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph