Tag Archives: Bishop Robert W. Finn

Teachers have sacred calling, Bishop says at annual Mass

The job of a school teacher and the job of a bishop are alike in many ways, said a man who has been both.

Historic Moment Approaching in the Cause for Sr. Marie September 13, 2014

She was born Adele Louise Marie Mandat-Grancey, 177 years ago, September 13, 1837, in the family’s castle in Burgundy, France.

Be Cautious of Enlightened Teaching that Quickly Discards and Undermines Faith

Someone recently showed me a column written by someone which seemed to set out to “de-bunk” the Bible.

Third World Apostolic Congress on Mercy to be Held in Bogata, Colombia

In 2008, Pope St. John Paul II issued his encyclical entitled Dives in Misericordia (Rich in Mercy).

Nature reveals God’s glory, Bishop tells Scouts

This was indeed the day the Lord had made as Bishop Robert W. Finn celebrated Sunday morning Mass for Boy Scouts at camp at the H. Roe Bartle Reservation.

Catholics take Christ to streets of Kansas City

Their faces had seen neither soap nor razor in quite some time.

A Plan of Life: Trying to Get to Heaven

Our ultimate goal as followers of Jesus Christ and members of the Catholic Church is to get to heaven and to help others reach eternal salvation as well.

Largest class of permanent deacons ordained for service

Call them the Lucky Thirteen, but it is the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph that benefits.

St. John Francis Regis: Intercede For us

This past Monday, June 16, was the Feast day of St. John Francis Regis, and I enjoyed being at the parish in South Kansas City for the celebration of Holy Mass and a reception.

Thanks Be to God for our New Priests and Deacons

When I came to the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph ten years ago and was ordained a bishop, I received a very special gift from the priests.

Saturday
August 30, 2014
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph