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For Morning Glory Ministries, homeless and poor aren’t invisible

—Did you step outside to get your paper this morning? Brrrrr!

Veterans settling in at St. Michael’s Veterans Center

It’s been a busy five months at St. Michael’s Veterans Center.

St. Matthew Apostle Parish marks 50 years of service, faith

St. Symington. No, the Roman Catholic Church hasn’t canonized the legendary U.S. senator from Missouri.

A special way to thank priests and religious sisters

Do you remember a teacher who inspired, encouraged or pushed you to meet a goal, whether academic, athletic or a life’s vocation?

‘Wonderful paths’ led newest priest to day of ordination, bishops says

Clearly it is the work of the Holy Spirit, Bishop Robert W. Finn said, that led the newest diocesan priest to the moment of his ordination Oct. 18 .

1964½ Mustang convertible to be raffled off for scholarships

For those old enough to remember, the 1964-65 Ford Mustang was a dream machine.

World needs to give, seek forgiveness, speaker says

“I apologize” and “I forgive you.”

Hundreds attend St. Joseph area Life Day Celebration

“My greatness,” Bishop LeBlond junior Cassandra Jimenez said, “is to stand up for life to help others.”

Celebrating Catholic Faith in Northwest Missouri

Back in the summer of 1914, the parishioners of the Immaculate Conception parish at Conception Abbey gathered for the double purpose of taking a parish photo and enjoying a day of celebration for the parish community.

Vatican receives sainthood cause for Sister Marie de Mandat-Grancey

Erin von Uffel and Lorraine Fusaro are certain.

Monday
November 24, 2014
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph