Archive | January, 2015

Repentance, Vocation, and the Path to Salvation

Last Lent Pope Francis captured media attention again by doing something utterly unexpected:

Catholic school robotics teams in championship competition

Students today have unlimited information literally at their fingertips.

King’s legacy is love, says bishop, police chief

The 77 homicides in Kansas City in 2014 were the lowest number in more than 40 years.

Pro-lifers say sacrifice is worth it

They already made a sacrifice to get up before dawn and get to Mass at 5 a.m.

For 60 years, love was all that really mattered

To Jim and Martha Vetter, love was the only thing that really mattered.

Catholic Charities now under one roof in one home

Finally, they are all under one roof.

The War in Heaven and the Beast

As we come to the end of the series of judgments concluding with the seven bowls of God’s fury in Revelation 16, we notice another transition that occurs beginning with Chapter 12 of Revelation.

Father’s example shaped the life of a priest

Blame their father for the compassion of Father Norman Rotert.

Priest treasures ‘very rare’ Bibles

What are those doctrines that the Catholic Church has always taught?

Bishop, Serrans celebrate seminarians

If anybody’s mind was wandering as Bishop Robert W. Finn began his homily, he certainly brought them back to attention.

November 27, 2020
The Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph