Tag Archives: Megan Marley

Prayer and sacrifice necessary on March For Life

Following Christ entails offering up prayer and sacrifice, and that includes when you’re on the March for Life

‘All for the love of God and as He wills it’

From the outside, there’s nothing remarkable to distinguish this little house from others on the street.

New book focuses on U.S. history and mission of the Sisters of St. Joseph

How did two religious sisters sent from France to teach the deaf in St. Louis extend and grow their order in the U.S. to over 20 congregations and well over 10,000 sisters at one point?

Relic of St. John Paul II will tour Diocese

During life, St. John Paul II logged more than 700,000 miles and visited 129 countries during his 27 years of papacy, states his biography on the USCCB website.

First-Ever Diocesan Family Vocations Day Held At St. Therese, North

The family that prays together, stays together—so why not discern God’s Will together?

20th Annual Respect Life Education Day held at Our Lady of the Presentation

“Every single person here today is a unique gift.”

Mass, Fiesta held in honor of Central American Blessed

It was an interesting contrast, celebrating the life and martyrdom of an archbishop from the warm climes of Central America amid snowfall,

Missouri Act affects both adoptees and birth parents

When the Missouri Adoptee Rights Act went into effect August 2016, birth parents and adoptees needed to be informed.

A mission in service: four orders of knights hold common ground

What do the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph and the Archdioceses of Washington D.C., Chicago, Los Angeles and Boston have in common?

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February 19, 2018
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph