Tag Archives: On the Way

Our Catholic Infrastructure

At the national level, there is a lot of discussion about maintaining and investing in our infrastructure—those things that enable us to function through communication, commerce, resources and transportation:

Why Commemorate the Reformation?

On the night before his sacred Passion and death, Jesus prayed that those who belonged to him would be one.

Praying for Enemies

As we offer our prayers of intercession for the victims of Hurricane Harvey and Irma, we are reminded too of the need for prayers of petition in our world.

Answering Racism

This past week the “water cooler” conversation across much of America has been about one of two things:

You Are Never Going Out of Existence

From the fourth grade on, I have worn glasses or contact lenses.

Teach Your Children Well

One of the most important duties of parents is to teach their children.

What should I wear?

“What should I wear?” That was a question I often heard my mother ask while growing up.

The Compelling Witness of Ancient Voices

For a Catholic, these 50 days that make up the Easter Season between Easter Sunday and Pentecost are a special time for savoring and reflecting on the mysteries of salvation.

Christ in the Nursing Home

It is not obvious to many, but one of the places that I believe is quite sacred in our communities today is the nursing home.

Consecrating the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph to the Immaculate Heart of Mary

One of the hidden and dangerous temptations of the Christian life is to think we can manage on our own, and call upon God only when we need reinforcements

Sunday
October 22, 2017
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph