Archive | May, 2019

Relics of Padre Pio at Cathedral venerated by thousands

Relics of St. Pius of Pietrelcina, familiar to most of us as Padre Pio, visited the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception May 15.

Life & Justice grants help 14 area organizations serve those in need

Hospitals, mothers’ homes, soup kitchens and more…the Church in northwestern and central Missouri has served those in need through a variety of missions over the decades,

Beatification of Maria Concepcion Cabrera de Armida

He sat across the table, hands folded as he solemnly recounted the Mass and Rite of Beatification of Blessed Maria Concepcion Cabrera de Armida May 4

Clergy Assignments – May 24, 2019

Bishop Johnston is pleased to make the following clergy assignments:

Is Life a Cruise or a Pilgrimage?

There was no abuse or infidelity in the marriage;

Catholic Charities awarded grant to help college students ‘Stay the Course’

Catholic Charities of Kansas City-St. Joseph was recently awarded a $1.2 million grant from Catholic Charities of Fort Worth, Texas, to provide comprehensive case management services to low-income students

El llamado a un discipulado misionero

Para entender el significado de este llamado, es esencial saber su definición.

The most important point of Christian life

What’s the most important thing in the Christian life?

Day of Prayer featured Mass, Stations for atonement, healing

In 2016, Bishop James V. Johnston, Jr. made five commitments to support the healing of abuse victims and to advance education and prevention efforts in making safer environments for our children.

Kansas City’s two area Catholic hospitals are rated 4-stars

Those of us nearing retirement age or already retired are familiar with one of the benefits of our Golden Years, Medicare.

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November 14, 2019
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph