The cafeteria at Our Lady of Angels School in Westport was hoppin’ July 30 as the setting sun’s rays striped tables laden with school supplies.
Monday, June 30, dawned hot and sticky, but nobody at the St. Michael’s Veteran’s Center campus minded.
It really does take one to know one!
Money is at the heart of many of the problems and the successes that women often have.
What do Santa Claus and Catholic Charities of Kansas City-St. Joseph have in common?
Leslie and Vince Carlisle owned a nice house, had retired from the military into careers they enjoyed and were the proud parents of a teenaged son, Alex.
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.