Tag Archives: Marty Denzer

Praying for an end to the ‘holocaust of our time’

In 1973, the Supreme Court legalized abortion and in the 45 years since then, 60 million innocent lives have been lost.

These Sisters make joy a habit

The religious community of the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist, through three charisms – Education, Television and Music – are participants in the New Evangelization.

Father Jones remembered with tears, laughter

Having spent his whole priesthood serving parishes, colleges and institutions in the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph, Father Charles F. Jones, “Chuck” or “Pops” to friends and family, chose to retire right in the center of it,

Our Lady Of Guadalupe Honored On Her Feast Day

Dawn, Dec. 9, 1531. Cuauhtlatohuac, a poor Aztec Indian who had converted to Catholicism through Franciscan missionaries,

Avila lowers tuition, promises graduation in 4 years

Students, faculty and administration gathered in the Mabee Field House on the Avila University campus

Rite of Election welcomes 357 catechumens and candidates

The weekend of March 3 – 4 was an important one in the Diocese of Kansas City- St. Joseph.

Bishop Johnston visits Cristo Rey High School

In many ways March 3 was just another Friday at Cristo Rey High School

Interfaith luncheon honors Abbot Primate Gregory Polan

It was truly an interfaith gathering — leaders and members of the Kansas City area Catholic, Jewish and non-Catholic Christian communities

Providing hope to children, aging for 35 years

It’s been 35 years since Bob Hentzen, his brothers Bud and Jim, their sister Nadine Pearce and friend Jerry Tolle used their Christmas card lists to raise awareness of children and families in need in Central and South America.

Deacon Olvin Giron ordained a priest

Snow, sleet and falling temperatures couldn’t keep a smile from Deacon Olvin Giron’s heart …

Thursday
February 22, 2018
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph