No, it wasn’t Mudville and with rosters of 22 players, the Nine were way outnumbered.
Two great events in the last weeks are fresh in my memory as I share a few thoughts on Vocations this week.
Do you remember a teacher who inspired, encouraged or pushed you to meet a goal, whether academic, athletic or a life’s vocation?
The Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph has been through a lot in the past two years.
Ask a fifth grader what they want to be when they grow up and the answers will, most likely, run the gamut …
Once again, they came in droves to show their appreciation, respect and love for each other.
If all goes accordingly, eight seminarians will be ordained priests of the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph in 2015.
Shortly after arriving in Kansas City-St. Joseph, I was responding to one of many questions about my priorities and plans. While mentioning a number of things that are very important, I said of vocations to the priesthood and religious life: They are a “super-priority.” Why are these vocations so important? They are vital because without […]
Annual Fifth Grade Vocations Days held