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Missionaries of the Precious Blood celebrate 200 years

At 4 p.m., on Sunday, Aug. 16, St. James Church was packed.

Archbishop apologizes to victims, prays, ‘Never, never again’

There were no ifs, no ands, no buts.

Student interns work at meaningful summer jobs

They needed the money, of course. What university student doesn’t look hard for a summer job?

‘You are the yeast,’ USCCB leader tells Knights, Ladies of Peter Claver

The two main focuses of the Knights and Ladies of Peter Claver — family and education — have never been needed more than they are right now,

A Summer to be Inspire[d]

Camp Savio celebrated its five-year anniversary this summer.

Historic year concludes with two more new priests

And then there were 10.

Priests from two states play hard, then pray hard

First they did what guys do.

Bring Christ to the world, Archbishop urges on Corpus Christi

It’s what Christ wanted.

Jam-packed Cathedral cheers historic day for ordinations

Two loud and long ovations rang through a packed Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception May 23.

Family encourages children to hear God’s call

Steve and Beverly Miloscia know full well that they didn’t call four of their 12 children to a religious vocation. God did that.

September 04, 2015
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph