Tag Archives: Bishop James V. Johnston

The Amazing Drama of India

Sunday before last, I landed a bit after 9 p.m. in Delhi, India, and joined my other three traveling companions as part of a Catholic Relief Services (CRS) delegation

Thoughts on the Hubble Telescope

Recently, one of the segments on the weekly television show 60 Minutes was about the amazing discoveries that the Hubble telescope has provided in its many years in space.

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

It began in the morning.

Lamar and Rita Hunt honored with NCEA Elizabeth Ann Seton Award

Every year, the National Catholic Educational Association presents the Elizabeth Ann Seton Award to individuals whose support and/or service impacts Catholic education and the well-being of America’s youth.

MCC celebrates 50 years as the voice of Missouri’s Catholic church

It all started with education. In 1965 Congress enacted the Elementary and Secondary Education Act,

Our Catholic Infrastructure

At the national level, there is a lot of discussion about maintaining and investing in our infrastructure—those things that enable us to function through communication, commerce, resources and transportation:

Lutherans and Catholics jointly commemorate Reformation’s 500th anniversary

Several hundred people gathered at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception Sept. 29 for a Catholic-Lutheran prayer service commemorating the 500th anniversary of the Reformation.

Religious Sisters celebrate decades of keeping promises

Each year religious sisters of many orders celebrate the anniversaries of profession of vows with a renewal of those vows.

James Vann Johnston, Sr

Mr. James Vann Johnston, Sr., father of our bishop, passed away September 15.

Why Commemorate the Reformation?

On the night before his sacred Passion and death, Jesus prayed that those who belonged to him would be one.

Tuesday
November 21, 2017
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph