How much have things changed since the U.S. bishops issued their pastoral, “Putting Children and Families First.”
“I apologize” and “I forgive you.”
“My greatness,” Bishop LeBlond junior Cassandra Jimenez said, “is to stand up for life to help others.”
In just 50 years, St. John Francis Regis Parish has made its mark on the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph.
Reverend Mr. Harry N. Langdon, a native of Council Bluffs, Iowa, served as a deacon in the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph for more than 30 years before his death Sept. 27 at age 85.
Reverend Mr. Donald A. Schmit, long-time member of St. Elizabeth Parish, retired deacon, husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather, died Sept. 25
As part of the 135th anniversary of the founding of Catholic Charities in Kansas City, the success of the Turn Around program, which helps former offenders re-enter their communities, was celebrated at a dinner Sept. 30.
FIRE was founded in 1996 by a group of parents who wanted their children with special needs to be able to attend their parish grade schools with their brothers and sisters and friends.
Back in the summer of 1914, the parishioners of the Immaculate Conception parish at Conception Abbey gathered for the double purpose of taking a parish photo and enjoying a day of celebration for the parish community.
Old school and new school