Archive | November, 2012

Key Classifieds – November 16, 2012

‘Ordinary’ tells reunited Anglicans to serve as bridge to Christian unity

It can’t be easy to build a “diocese” from scratch.

A hidden treasure of music and prayer

Set apart from the bustle of town and city, in the rolling hills of northwest Missouri, the Priory of Our Lady of Ephesus is home to the youthful Benedictines of Mary, Queen of Apostles community.

Concert will celebrate rich music, meaning of Advent

Happy holidays? Merry Christmas? Feliz Navidad?

Smiles, hot breakfasts served daily to homeless at Morning Glory Café

he Morning Glory Café in the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception’s Donnelly Hall opened its doors at 7:30 a.m., Oct. 26, 2010 to 36 hungry people.

Parish food pantry helps neighbors get by each month

In an uncertain economy, food pantries and emergency assistance programs are life lines for the elderly, the unemployed or the under-employed and the cash-strapped.

Ombudsman, director focused on protecting children

Reports are up to the diocesan ombudsman and she couldn’t be happier.

Bishop’s Annual Appeal provides seminarian support

Ever wondered how seminarians are able to afford four years of seminary college, two years of pre-theology and two more of theology while in formation for the priesthood?

Cardinal Glennon Knights of Columbus Council receives Columbian Award

One of Kansas City oldest Knights of Columbus councils, Cardinal Glennon Council #4613, recently received the Columbian Award from the Supreme Council for active service to the Church,

¿Dónde está la radio Católico en Español?

As it happens, Catholic radio in Spanish is heard from Blue Springs to Paola every Saturday morning from 6-8 on “La Super X” 1160 AM,

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