Archive | January, 2019

Dicastery for Promoting Human Development’s Prefect visits Rockhurst

His Eminence, Cardinal Peter Kodwo Appiah Turkson, Prefect of the Vatican Dicastery for Promotion of Integral Human Development and the first Ghanaian cardinal, visited Rockhurst University Jan. 17.

New IRB Director brings knowledge, experience to the role

Kathy Fincham has served in the Jackson County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office, as an Assistant U.S. Attorney, as head of the Sex Crimes trial team,

Should We Protect All Children?

Should we protect all children?

Notice of Credible Allegation of Abuse

The diocese has received an allegation of sexual abuse of a minor by former Bishop Hogan High School teacher, Mr. Gregory Schell.

‘SouperBowl’ helps with food pantry, community building

St. Charles Borromeo parish has found a ‘souper’ way to build up parish community.

A busy 100 years for Sister Paulina

In the year 1918, the signing of the Armistice of Compiegne effectively ended World War I; locally, a committee headed by J.C. Nichols and Robert A. Long formed to create a memorial for those lost in the war.

Catholic school education is the best gift you can give a child

Catholic Schools Week (CSW) is traditionally a week where the Catholic community within the United States honor and celebrate Catholic schools.

He Brings Glad Tiding to the Poor

What’s your typical reaction to self-help gurus?

Key Classifieds – Jan. 11, 2019

La Posada, Christmas program held by Holy Cross School

“Long ago, in a part of the world known as Galilee, a man named Joseph and his wife, whose name was Mary, were ordered to register in their home town by the Roman authorities

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July 17, 2019
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph