Catholic Key

Priests from two states play hard, then pray hard

First they did what guys do.

House of Bread Coordinator Retires After 33 Years

After 33 years of service, 93 year old Marie Lederer is retiring from the House of Bread, a food pantry located at St. Francis Xavier Parish in St. Joseph, Missouri.

Bring Christ to the world, Archbishop urges on Corpus Christi

It’s what Christ wanted.

Domino’s founder seeks to build up witness of Catholic business leaders

One fine day in 1987, St. John Paul II told some American businessmen that “The world needs genuine witnesses to Christian ethics, and the Church asks you to fulfill this role publicly and with perseverance.”

New book explores treasures of the diocese

Here is just one of the great treasures to be found in “Further By Faith,” diocesan archivist Father Michael Coleman’s latest magnum opus to the art and architecture found throughout the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph.

Country Club Bank Chair receives Kansas Monk Award

Nearly 500 alumni of Benedictine College and its founding institutions, Mount St. Scholastica College and St. Benedict’s College, returned to Atchison for the annual Alumni Reunion June 12 – 14.

Diocese honors married couples for 50 years and counting

It took a leap of faith in each other 50 years ago for the 110 married couples honored May 31 to exchange their wedding vows.

Jam-packed Cathedral cheers historic day for ordinations

Two loud and long ovations rang through a packed Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception May 23.

Cristo Rey High School is No Place for Hate

About a year ago, some students at Cristo Rey-Kansas City Catholic High School were inspired.

St. Gregory’s Teacher Retires after 34 Years

St. Gregory Barbarigo Catholic School in Maryville, Missouri will be missing a familiar face next fall.

July 05, 2015
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph