Catholic Key

St. James Parish in Liberty breaks ground for new church

St. James Parish has a long history in Liberty, nearly as long as that of the city itself.

Bishop celebrates Mass with the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick

“This Mass goes right to the heart of what Malta is about – the sick and the poor and reaching out to those in need of healing,”

Pastoral Migratoria ministry works as an agent of change for immigrants

In the past couple of years, it has become increasingly obvious that comprehensive immigration reform is legislatively still a long way off

School Bell Breakfast celebrates Catholic education in Bright Futures Fund

About 700 people gathered in the Grand Hall of Union Station the morning of April 19 to share breakfast and celebrate a decade of fundraising to make Catholic education available to those in need in the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph through the Bright Futures Fund.

Father Ambrose Karels’ service honored at funeral Mass

Father Ambrose Karels served as a priest of this Diocese for 59 years,

Incorporated into the Puzzle of Salvation

“He is Risen!” “—He is truly Risen!”

Diocesan Day of Prayer set for April 26

By Jack Smith Catholic Key Editor The second Diocesan Day of Prayer will be held at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, the chancery, parishes and schools around the diocese on April 26. The Day is a special time set aside to pray for the healing of victims and survivors of sexual abuse, for the […]

WW II Medal of Honor recipient remembered, honored March 25

Perhaps you know or have heard of a Congressional Medal of Honor recipient.

Blessing of St. Peter’s narthex and school renovation

St. Peter’s new glass and limestone narthex fills the space between the church and school, joining and making them one.

The Chrism Mass, a celebration of blessing and unity

The Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception glows with light at night.

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May 21, 2018
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph