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St. Francis Xavier School celebrates senior citizens for over 45 years

“When you see the 8th graders and all the work they do and visit with them, it gives you a lot of hope for the future,”

Beautiful day of prayer celebrates centennial of the Miracle of the Sun

It began in the morning.

Project Rachel helps post-abortive women heal

The Respect Life Office of the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph hosted a gathering at St. Charles Borromeo Church

Homeless, pregnant teens find a home at Mother’s Refuge

Three decades ago, a group of men and women living in Eastern Jackson County were concerned about the increasing numbers of pregnant teenaged girls.

Avila’s Truman Lecture features Latina author Reyna Grande

As the lights of Avila University’s Goppert Theatre dimmed Oct. 18, and chitchat quieted, a dark-haired woman walked on stage and approached the podium.

St. Joseph celebrates 100 year anniversary of Fatima with Rosary rallies

“A hundred years ago, it was raining just like today,”

Catholic Relief Services responds to the cry of the poor worldwide

Where people are poor and hungry, victims of hurricanes, typhoons, landslides or earthquakes, war or explosions, the Catholic Church is there to help.

MCC Anniversary workshops focus on pro-life, social justice & education issues

A staple of the annual Missouri Catholic Conference assembly is the workshops.

Jesus’ call to love

During the 17th century, there was an evil tyrant named Oliver Cromwell, who was Lord Protector of England.

Sisters formerly in diocese celebrate 50th anniversaries of professions

Four religious sisters who served in the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph for many years, but have since left the diocese, are celebrating 50 years of consecrated life.

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November 18, 2017
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