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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.

Friars find Jesus on the streets of Kansas City

Two men looked at each other and saw Jesus.

Thousands participate in Seven Days of Kindness

More than 3,000 people from both sides of the state line gathered in the Jewish Community Center Campus parking lot in Overland Park the evening of April 13.

Bishop Finn resigns; Archbishop Naumann to administer diocese

When Archbishop Joseph F. Naumann penned his Leaven column for this week, he likely couldn’t have imagined how true his words would turn out to be when he remarked that “Pope Francis seems to always have a few surprises up his white sleeves.”

Joyful laughter lights gathering of adults with developmental disabilities

Peals of joyous laughter float from the back part of the St. Catherine’s SPRED Center as you knock on the door.

Parish minister is learning from ‘the masters’

There’s a quote about the elderly that Francesca Brownsberger will never forget:

Ministry of kindness toward others reflects Christ’s love and hope

Jonathan came out of the Army, and tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan, messed up.

Friday
July 03, 2015
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph