Tag Archives: Catholic Charities

Of Solidarity and Social Concern

We have all likely encountered a storm that literally shook our house it was so intense;

‘All of us rest in the Father’s hand’

When Jesus speaks about ‘his sheep,’ who is He including?

Everyday encounters make us witnesses to Christ

Do you ever feel privileged to be a part of something special?

Second collection will help Charities do even more

How far can $25 with Catholic Charities go? How about saving a life.

In 2015, people of diocese lived the corporal works of mercy

The Jubilee Year of Mercy announced by Pope Francis officially began Dec. 8 with the opening of “Holy Doors” in churches throughout the world.

No injuries, but fire heavily damages new Charities building in St. Joseph

It was a double blow to Catholic Charities.

Catholic Charities of Southern Missouri’s provides service to communities

Catholic Charities of Southern Missouri was founded by then-Bishop James V. Johnston in 2009,

Just one year old, Veterans Center already changing lives

It’s not that simple, but it is that basic.

Catholic Charities rides the bus

Since 1879, the year Father Bernard Donnelly founded St. Joseph’s Orphanage for Girls near the modern intersection of Southwest Trafficway and 31st Street and the seed for Catholic Charities was planted

Ministry of kindness toward others reflects Christ’s love and hope

Jonathan came out of the Army, and tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan, messed up.

Tuesday
June 28, 2016
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph