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.
Insects buzzing, birds flying overhead, cars driving in the distance, the sky colored orange and yellow as the sun set… this was the background of a Thursday night at Camp Bosco.
KANSAS CITY — As St. Pius X High School approaches its 60th anniversary year, great things are happening! Principal Joe Monachino, Jr. and school officials are excited to announce the receipt of the largest single donation in the school’s history from Fred Ross, Jr. (class of 76). His $1 million donation to St. Pius X […]
What if you find yourself in a financial crunch, unable to pay bills due to an emergency or some other reason?
Ministries, whether parish, community or individual, are based on intentional relationships.
Payday and title loan stores seem to crop up everywhere you look.
No, it wasn’t Mudville and with rosters of 22 players, the Nine were way outnumbered.
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.
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.