Diocese bids farewell on a very special day

There was no better day to say good-bye than the Feast of the Annunciation.

Bishop reminds the suffering that Jesus is here

Jesus loves you and so does his church, Bishop Robert W. Finn assured scores of people who came to receive the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick March 29.

Woman works to empower other women, breaking poverty’s chains

There’s a lot of talk these days about empowerment and micro- finance lending, especially for women with children in poverty.

Breakfast celebrates 25 years of helping families afford Catholic education

Remember the Central City School Fund?

Lay group brings public Way of the Cross to Kansas City

Founded in Italy in 1954 with a special charism of service to young Catholic adults, “Communion and Liberation” is an organization of Catholic laity that calls itself a “friendship open to everyone.”

Bishop welcomes 419 at Rite of Election

Sometimes the newest Catholics are the best evangelizers.

Pope Francis seeks to bring joy of Christ to the streets

Go ahead and love Pope Francis all you want. But be sure you love the church even more.

‘A man altogether without pretense’

Vanity, thy name was not Father Donald Robidoux Cleary.

Seminarians are “buddies in the trenches” with health challenges

So far, this year has been rough for two seminarians of this diocese: Deacon Leonard Gicheru and Wesley McKellar, and their families.

Steer Dinner raises scholarship funds to help Avila students

Thirty eight years ago, Sister of St. Joseph of Carondelet Olive Louise Dallavis, then-president of Avila, received an unexpected 4-legged gift from some area businessmen.

April 16, 2014
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph