Catholic Key

Father Robert T. Costello, SJ,

Father Robert T. Costello, SJ, died Feb. 21, 2017 in St. Louis, Mo., after a brief illness.

Father Aidan McSorley, OSB

Early in the morning of Monday, 20 February 2017, our beloved confrere Father Aidan McSorley, OSB, a monk of Conception Abbey, Conception, MO, entered his eternal reward at the age of 75.

Missouri Act affects both adoptees and birth parents

When the Missouri Adoptee Rights Act went into effect August 2016, birth parents and adoptees needed to be informed.

Interfaith luncheon honors Abbot Primate Gregory Polan

It was truly an interfaith gathering — leaders and members of the Kansas City area Catholic, Jewish and non-Catholic Christian communities

Kindness, inclusiveness and prayer are more powerful than hate

In recent weeks, the TV news reports, newspapers and magazines as well as online news feeds have been so packed with stories of murder and mayhem, amber alerts and hatred-based vandalism, there’s almost no room for anything else.

2017 St. Joseph Tables

Centuries ago, a severe famine in Sicily caused considerable suffering and starvation.

White Mass celebrated on the Feast of Our Lady of Lourdes

The annual White Mass for healthcare workers, sponsored by the Kansas City Sts. Cosmas and Damian Guild of the Catholic Medical Association, was held at the Church of the Nativity on Feb. 11

Mass of Innocents remembers lost infants

Like the original Presentation of Jesus in the Temple, Candlemas this February 2 at St. Mary’s Church was bittersweet.

Naumann, Johnston offer Mass for World Day of Marriage

“Christian marriage is this call to heroic love, to follow Jesus himself—the married couple is called daily to choose to lay down their life in love for the other

St. Charles School renovating curriculum and philosophy

A parish school is more than classrooms and teachers doling out homework.

Friday
March 24, 2017
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph