Archive | December, 2018

Knights of Columbus raise teen suicide awareness

Moms and dads waited in anticipation in the lower level of St. Therese-North Church Nov. 7,

Key Classifieds – Nov. 23, 2018

Key Classifieds – Nov 9, 2018

KCYC’s POP, persecutor or peacemaker, Culture

The 2018 Kansas City Youth Conference, held Nov. 17-18, at Lake Maurer Camp and Retreat Center in Excelsior Springs, attracted about 250 high school students

Racism severely wounded lives of people of color

Racism can be words, actions, private beliefs or public laws.

Historical marker unveiled for Levi Harrington, lynched April 3, 1882

An innocent African American man fell victim to a white mob angered over the shooting death of a white police officer April 3, 1882.

18 Year Old Matthew Bobela Receives Mayors’ Citizen Award

“They should have had a camera when the award was announced – I was thoroughly shocked!”

Making Room

It is a simple, good-natured thing when we see it.

Notice of Credible Allegation of Abuse

The diocese has received an allegation of sexual abuse of a minor

Record amount raised at St. Peter’s Cranksgiving

For the twelfth year in a row, the St. Peter Parish community and the Kansas City cycling community came together to ride their bikes throughout the area purchasing much-needed groceries for the St. Peter’s Social Services Food Pantry.

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August 25, 2019
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