Everyone who had met Deacon Martin J. Goedken had a story of his unparalleled generosity and his unwavering commitment to feed the hungry, clothe the naked, and live out his baptismal call of holiness.
“Love is our origin, our vocation, our destiny,”
Six hundred forty-four fifth graders got to ponder those questions and have their questions about the priesthood and religious life answered at the annual Fifth Grade Vocation Days
It was truly an interfaith gathering — leaders and members of the Kansas City area Catholic, Jewish and non-Catholic Christian communities
The annual White Mass for healthcare workers, sponsored by the Kansas City Sts. Cosmas and Damian Guild of the Catholic Medical Association, was held at the Church of the Nativity on Feb. 11
When a Colombian sixth grader spends his winter break in St. Joseph, he discovers a new culture, learns more of another language, makes new friends and sees his first snow.
There’s something about a Catholic church that has stood, steadfast and sturdy, on the same corner for more than 150 years,
Tet, the most important annual celebration in Vietnamese culture, fell on Jan. 28, bringing in the Lunar New Year of the Rooster.
Under the lights of the Great Hall in Union Station, clergy, religious and laity gathered Jan. 27 to support the seminarians enrolled at Conception Seminary College
The Basilica of the Immaculate Conception at Conception Abbey was busy Jan. 15, as monks, Abbey staff and priests were busy with last minute preparations for the Abbatial Blessing of Abbot Benedict Neenan, OSB