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‘I was in prison and you visited me,’ still calls to people all over diocese

Within the 27-county Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph, there are six state prisons and 24 county and city jails.

MCC Annual Assembly focuses on Mercy

The Missouri Catholic Conference, the public policy agency for the Catholic Church in Missouri, was founded in 1967 in response to the educational discrimination of parochial and private schools.

People in the pews recognized for volunteerism, parish service

During a special Mass Sept. 25, celebrated by Bishop James Johnston, Jr., 60 men and women from across the diocese were honored for longtime service …

Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet celebrate 150 years of service in Kansas City

Since 1650, … the Sisters have heard and heeded God’s call.

St. Michael the Archangel High School on track for 2017

It’s definitely a work in progress, but Phase I of St. Michael the Archangel High School is on track to be completed by late spring or early summer 2017.

Abbot Gregory Polan, O.S.B.elected Abbot Primate

Abbot Gregory Polan, O.S.B. had served as Abbot of Conception Abbey in Conception, Missouri for nearly 20 years.

A new chapter: Our Lady of Hope School blessed

New beginnings, new chapters, new years — always full of promise and hope.

Celebrating the newest saint, St. Teresa of Calcutta

During a ceremony in St. Peter’s Square attended by thousands of people, Pope Francis declared Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta a saint,

World Youth Day was a challenge to make a change

“Can you dream?” Pope Francis asked the 2.5 million young people present at the Welcoming Ceremony in Blonia that began World Youth Day.

FIRE continues to bring inclusive education to diocesan schools

As the 2016-17 school year begins, 158 children with significant special needs are excited to start classes with their brothers, sisters and friends at 11 Catholic grade schools and two high schools in Kansas City.

October 23, 2016
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph