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Taking a step for vocations in the religious life

It’s not every day you see a bunch of religious sisters walking down the street in Kansas City.

Parishes, schools throughout diocese unite in prayer for abuse victims

The first Diocesan Day for Healing was held April 26, declared by Bishop James V. Johnston, Jr., one of five healing commitments made last year during the Service of Lament. April is Child Abuse Prevention Month.

Northwest Missouri State University Catholic Newman Center hosts First Annual Gala

“Newman Centers are so important to help people to know and love Christ,” explained Bishop Johnston.

Msgr. Joseph Anthony Mancuso: ‘A priest from beginning to end’

Msgr. Joseph Anthony Mancuso, 77, died April 14, surrounded by family at the assisted living facility where he spent the last 18 months of his life.

St. Robert Bellarmine to host Marian Conference

St. Robert Bellarmine Parish will host Marian Conference III, Mary’s Triumph Through Jesus, June 23-24.

Long time St. John LaLande teacher retires

Let’s play a Math game. What does 30 years of teaching add up to?

‘Setting the Table’ for salvation and the Christian life

The seven Old Testament readings and several psalms preceding the Gospel at the Easter Vigil can be thought of as “setting the table,”

Churches, agencies and communities work together to recover from tornados

March 6 – 7 was a dark and stormy night, with thunderstorms, hail and tornados leaving paths of damage and destruction in Smithville, Oak Grove and surrounding communities.

Sacramental oils sanctified at Chrism Mass

The annual Chrism Mass, where the bishop consecrates the new Oil of Chrism and blesses the new Oil of the Sick and the Oil for Catechumens for sacramental use during the coming year,

First ‘Annual Day of Prayer’ for abuse survivors, April 26

In his homily at the Service of Lament last year, Bishop James V. Johnston, Jr. made five commitments to support the healing of child abuse victims

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May 26, 2017
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