Archive | June, 2015

Diocese honors married couples for 50 years and counting

It took a leap of faith in each other 50 years ago for the 110 married couples honored May 31 to exchange their wedding vows.

Jam-packed Cathedral cheers historic day for ordinations

Two loud and long ovations rang through a packed Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception May 23.

Cristo Rey High School is No Place for Hate

About a year ago, some students at Cristo Rey-Kansas City Catholic High School were inspired.

St. Gregory’s Teacher Retires after 34 Years

St. Gregory Barbarigo Catholic School in Maryville, Missouri will be missing a familiar face next fall.

Family encourages children to hear God’s call

Steve and Beverly Miloscia know full well that they didn’t call four of their 12 children to a religious vocation. God did that.

Corpus Christi Procession June 7

Father Walter Ciszek, an American Jesuit Priest, who spent 23 years in Russian prison camps, in his memoirs wrote about celebrating Mass for his fellow prisoners in Siberia

Catholic Charities rides the bus

Since 1879, the year Father Bernard Donnelly founded St. Joseph’s Orphanage for Girls near the modern intersection of Southwest Trafficway and 31st Street and the seed for Catholic Charities was planted

Christ’s love present for us in His Body and Blood

Love takes time for the beloved

Deacon Andrew Mattingly

Think that high school teachers don’t mold lives?

Deacon Alex Kreidler

Absence sometimes does make the heart grow fonder — and perhaps more receptive of God’s call to a priestly vocation.

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