‘I was in prison and you visited me,’ still calls to people all over diocese

Within the 27-county Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph, there are six state prisons and 24 county and city jails.

MCC Annual Assembly focuses on Mercy

The Missouri Catholic Conference, the public policy agency for the Catholic Church in Missouri, was founded in 1967 in response to the educational discrimination of parochial and private schools.

Catholic Bar Association announces its Inaugural Conference

St. Thomas More was beheaded at the order of King Henry VIII of England on July 6, 1535.

Celebrating 1,010 combined years of religious life

The theme was thankfulness as Bishop James Johnston, Jr. celebrated a Mass for Consecrated Life and Jubilarians Oct. 9 in Our Lady of the Angels Chapel at the Sisters of St. Francis of the Holy Eucharist.

Saint Paul’s Outreach starts new mission at UMKC and in Young Adult group

It was a quiet night in Roeland Park.

A new expression of Catholic worship in Kansas City

Something very new and exciting is happening in Kansas City.

Three hundred people celebrate Life Day

Three hundred people from Northwest Missouri gathered to celebrate the 4th Annual Life Day in St. Joseph on Sunday, October 2.

People in the pews recognized for volunteerism, parish service

During a special Mass Sept. 25, celebrated by Bishop James Johnston, Jr., 60 men and women from across the diocese were honored for longtime service …

Annual event boasts 25 years of appreciation for priests

A local Catholic business owner and a Benedictine monk met on a plane in 1991.

A priest finds peace ministering to prisoners

The Blessed Mother has had a profound impact on Father Phil Luebbert’s life, vocation and ministry.

October 24, 2016
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph