Tag Archives: Bishop James V. Johnston

Bishop visits Bishop LeBlond High School

It’s not every day a bishop comes to Bishop LeBlond High School in St. Joseph.

Praying for Enemies

As we offer our prayers of intercession for the victims of Hurricane Harvey and Irma, we are reminded too of the need for prayers of petition in our world.

Four hundred years of saying ‘yes’ to Christ in the poor

The 400th anniversary celebration and annual national assembly of the Ladies of Charity USA was hosted by the Metropolitan Kansas City Ladies of Charity Association,

Bishop visits Missouri Western State University Newman Center

“Our Newman Center is important because it gives Missouri Western State University students easier access to the sacraments.

Teachers, principals gather for annual Convocation Mass

St. Thomas More Church in south Kansas City was packed Aug. 14, with teachers, principals, coaches and school staff attending the annual Convocation Mass of the new school year.

St. Charles Borromeo Academy cuts ribbon to Classical Education

August 16 was the first day of school for many diocesan elementary schools, including St. Charles Borromeo Academy.

Comhghairdeas and maith thu AOH scholarship winners!

Four young women received $500 scholarships to their high schools based on scholastic activities and leadership, community and faith-based leadership, service and a short essay, awarded by the Padraig Pearse Division of the Ancient Order of Hibernians.

Answering Racism

This past week the “water cooler” conversation across much of America has been about one of two things:

St. Michael the Archangel High School Begins Its Mission

New building, new tech, new school year—St. Michael the Archangel High School is open and set to start a fresh perspective on Catholic education,

Why Build a New Catholic High School?

I have been told that in the past year there were only 20 new Catholic high schools opened in the United States.

Monday
September 25, 2017
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph