For many Catholics in the south central part of Kansas City, Christ the King Parish was a part of their growing up.
He packs 275 pounds of sculpted muscle on a 6-foot, 3-inch frame.
All 550 students at Visitation School know Dr. Vincent Cascone. He’s their principal.
“Last week I shook the hand of Pope Francis.”
They are just that — standards.
It’s been 150 years since a little band of Jesuits started a community in St. Louis and prepared to venture into Indian Territory.
Horror, grief, rage and despair, in proportions that can’t be imagined.
Bishop Thomas Lillis, second bishop of the Diocese of Kansas City, established a number of parishes during his episcopacy.
It just didn’t sit right with Charley McGlinn.
For Angela Clark, the moment that her job pays off as administrative assistant for the Parkville Women’s Clinic is when she receives that call from a client in a crisis pregnancy who tells her that she has changed her mind