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It takes an Urban Village to build relationships

Ministries, whether parish, community or individual, are based on intentional relationships.

Payday lending: a perfect solution or a perfect storm

Payday and title loan stores seem to crop up everywhere you look.

Pitching for Priests again a winner for Vocations

No, it wasn’t Mudville and with rosters of 22 players, the Nine were way outnumbered.

In Service of Lamentation, diocese apologizes to victims of sexual abuse

The past 10, 30, even 50 years or more have been filled with pain, confusion, grief and hatred for those in this diocese victimized by priestly sexual abuse.

Rally held to support federal rulings on predatory lending

The chanting could be heard blocks away: “Go down people, way down in every land!

Passion and Purpose in Catholic Education

I was asked to begin our days together by sharing thoughts on my “vision” for our Catholic Schools.

Deacon Samuel Miloscia ordained to the priesthood

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.

Yom Ha’ Shoah service remembers lives lost in World War II

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,

Memorial to Bishop Raymond Boland dedicated

He rests in the churchyard cemetery of St. Michael’s in Tipperary, Ireland,

Knute Rockne, still remembered after all these years

It’s been 85 years. Those who were shocked and grieved are long dead;

Monday
July 25, 2016
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph