Tag Archives: 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.

Catholic Charities now under one roof in one home

Finally, they are all under one roof.

Project Shining Star makes Christmas bright

Imagine having to decide between paying the rent or buying a doll or fire engine for your child for Christmas.

Charities wish lists for Christmas

The Catholic Key elves have been gathering Christmas wishes from charities and ministries in the diocese.

Veterans settling in at St. Michael’s Veterans Center

It’s been a busy five months at St. Michael’s Veterans Center.

You can do it, ex-offenders are told, with help from TurnAround

As part of the 135th anniversary of the founding of Catholic Charities in Kansas City, the success of the Turn Around program, which helps former offenders re-enter their communities, was celebrated at a dinner Sept. 30.

Catholic Charities has new headquarters

Catholic Charities of Kansas City-St. Joseph has purchased the building at 850 Main Street in downtown Kansas City.

November 27, 2015
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph