Archive | February, 2011

Enkindling the fire within

Our family was recently invited by some very good friends to witness the baptism of their first-born son. My wife and I had our children in tow and, in typical Catholic fashion, gravitated toward the back of the Church. The priest invited all present to move toward the front in order to fill up the […]

Fund unveiled to broaden support for Catholic Schools

Bright Futures Fund unveiled

Parish puts God at center of lunar new year celebration

Bishop Finn joins the Church of the Holy Martyrs in their celebration of the Tet Mass

Seminarian fundraiser sees record turnout

‘They are the fruit of your prayers” – Local seminarians recognized at annual S.O.S. Auction

Conference on sexual purity attracts hundreds

By Kevin Kelly Catholic Key Associate Editor OLATHE, Kan. — The greatest danger of promiscuous sex isn’t pregnancy, but disease, sterility and death, a national speaker told hundreds of Catholic and Protestant men, women and youth at the annual Men of Valor/Women of Virtue conference. “Kids have a four times greater chance of getting a […]

Prayer brings miraculous draught of water in Nigeria

By John Heurtz Special to The Catholic Key “And whoever gives to one of these little ones but a cup of cold water to drink because he is a disciple, amen I say to you, he shall not lose his reward” (Matt. 10:42). Perhaps it’s fitting that the following story starts long ago in a […]

By Kevin Kelly Catholic Key Associate Editor KANSAS CITY — A regional conference exploring the possibility of “ordinariates” within the Roman Catholic Church being established for Anglicans and Episcopalian parishes seeking full communion will be held Feb. 25 and 26. The conference, entitled “Becoming One,” will begin with Evensong, an Anglican form of Vespers, on […]

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