Archive | May, 2019

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.

Celebrating 30 years of tuition assistance

The 11th annual School Bell Breakfast, benefitting the Kansas City-St. Joseph diocesan Bright Futures Fund, was held May 2 at the Marriott Muehlebach Hotel.

Clergy Assignments – May 10, 2019

Bishop Johnston is pleased to make the following clergy assignments.

Who are Your Heroes?

One cannot help but notice that the box office is being dominated by films related to superheroes.

Priests celebrate significant anniversaries of ordination

On May 1, the diocese celebrated priests observing significant anniversaries of their ordination to the priesthood — 60 years, 50 years, 40 years and 25 years — with a gathering of priests, dinner and socializing in the Baum Room at the Catholic Center.

Mission office reaching ‘ends of the earth’ from Kansas City

A religious community of sisters in India takes in girls sold as domestic or sex slaves, educating them, teaching them a trade and showing them their human value beyond their ability to provide a source of income.

Hearing, Knowing, and Following

Many years ago, I rented a house on a rural property near to the city I worked in.

Tuesday
May 21, 2019
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph