Tag Archives: Father Ernie Davis

‘Bring people to Christ,’ new society is told

It was as simple has handing over a stack of some 20 signed applications.

Tradition renewed as parish honors first responders

Even though it is a Holy Day of Obligation, it is a sacrifice to attend Mass on New Year’s Day.

Panzer tanks on the lawn or pastoral response

Local Catholics, Anglicans and Episcopalians will soon discuss the possibility of forming a new parish in the Ordinariate of the Chair of St. Peter.

Watching Jesus’ adult ministry unfold, 2,000 years later

The town was called Kefer Naum.

Parish remembers officer who gave his life to serve

Trudy Meyers isn’t Catholic. But for the fourth New Year’s Day in a row, on the Feast of the Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God, Meyers has joined Catholics …

Freedom of Religion

The Catholic Bishops of the United States have asked us to spend a couple of weeks praying for a change of governmental policies

Neighborhood will soon hear historic Bells of Peace

In a highly unlikely though very appropriate neighborhood, the Bells of Peace Carillon will soon ring again after a three-year silence, perhaps as early as Easter.

A daughter keeps her word, as her husband takes it one more step

Hollywood used to write love stories like this, but a cynical world stopped believing them.

Neighbors, schools, churches don’t like proposed gun shop

Fifteen years old, Nicholas Pointer has already buried a cousin, an uncle and a grandfather killed by gun violence.

‘Show Me Your Papers’ laws bring new era of racial profiling, activists say

The robber put a gun to her face and demanded her purse.

Thursday
July 24, 2014
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph