For Deacon Dan Powers, the reason is simple.
It took Mary Washington some time even to learn how to walk down a city street again.
Horror, grief, rage and despair, in proportions that can’t be imagined.
Seton Center, located in Kansas City’s urban core, has been serving neighbors in need since it was founded by the Daughters of Charity and the Ladies of Charity of Metropolitan Kansas City in 1969.
For most students in the Kansas City area, school started last week
Early morning sunshine and warm breezes patted men, women and kids on the head as they walked toward registration tables
The call is a powerful thing, as Deacon Dan Powers knows very well.
“Home is where the heart is.”
As tough as they are, the people of Joplin learned two lessons.
Just two years ago, a group of young Catholic professionals with the desire to assist Catholic Charities of Kansas City-St. Joseph, formed the agency’s Junior Board.