The chanting could be heard blocks away: “Go down people, way down in every land!
I was asked to begin our days together by sharing thoughts on my “vision” for our Catholic Schools.
His parents, grandparents and brothers and sisters came from the St. Louis area to share in Deacon Samuel Miloscia’s joy as Bishop James V. Johnston, Jr. ordained him a priest of the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph May 28.
Six years after World War II ended, on April 12, 1951, while the world was still aghast at the discoveries of the concentration camps of Nazi Germany and Eastern Europe,
He rests in the churchyard cemetery of St. Michael’s in Tipperary, Ireland,
It’s been 85 years. Those who were shocked and grieved are long dead;
These are not your ordinary human beings.
It’s one powerful sacrament, Bishop James V. Johnston told the congregation of a few hundred.
Luke DeVoss learned something at Fifth Grade Vocation Days.
As he helped celebrate the lunar new year, Bishop James V. Johnston, Jr. passed along a bit of American culture,