Tag Archives: Bill Francis

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

Welcoming the stranger: VIA to educate, communicate and serve

Checked out the Diocesan website, kcsjcatholic.org, recently?

Life and Justice Campaign grants help the poor, vulnerable

The 2016 Life & Justice Campaign Grant Reception honoring and assisting organizations in the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph that reach out to assist the poor, the vulnerable and the struggling,

Pilgrims used blizzard ordeal to witness for pro-life cause

Bill Francis has a message for the parents of the teenagers who made the pilgrimage to 2016 March for Life.

Teen Pro-Life Boot Camp had special reason to celebrate life

What a day to hold Teen Pro-Life Boot Camp.

Grants awarded to promote sanctity, dignity of life

The diocesan Respect Life and Human Rights offices joined May 12 to issue nearly $45,000 in grants to 10 agencies that work specifically to defend the sanctity and dignity of human life as part of the offices’ new Life & Justice Campaign.

Area organizations receive CCHD grants

About 15 people sat at tables around the Cardinal Baum Room in the Catholic Center chatting July 15.

Billboard generates calls to pregnancy clinics where moms “meet life”

It’s been 40 years since the 1973 U.S. Supreme Court landmark case, Roe v. Wade, was decided, legalizing abortion.

New document educates, expresses healthcare and end-of-life issues

As baby-boomers age, they often find themselves either caring for or making decisions for the care of a parent as they themselves are facing actual or eventual care needs.

‘Meet Life,’ choose life for babies

During the annual organization meeting of the Missouri Knights of Columbus in July, State Deputy John Appelbaum announced a major campaign to reduce the number of abortions performed in the state by one half by the end of 2016.

December 15, 2017
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph