Archive | July, 2019

Eighteen accepted into the 21st Diaconate Class

In the beginning there were seven, chosen by the Apostles, in the first year after the birth of the Church at Pentecost, to serve and care for the poor, pray, preach and help spread the Gospel when the Apostles were unavailable.

New Independent Ombudsman begins work

By Marty DenzerCatholic Key Associate Editor KANSAS CITY — Bishop James Johnston, Jr., recently announced that the Diocese of Kansas City – St. Joseph has engaged Captain Joseph Crayon previously of the Kansas City Police Department as its new Independent Ombudsman. Crayon began his new duties July 1 following his retirement from a 32-year career […]

Pitching for Priests softball series tied 3—3

The sixth annual Pitching for Priests softball game held July 5 between Archdiocese of Kansas City, Kans. and Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph

Bishop celebrates Mass for Boy Scouts at camp

By Marty DenzerCatholic Key Associate Editor KANSAS CITY — The H. Roe Bartle Boy Scout Camp at Osceola, named in honor of the longtime Scout Executive of the Kansas City Area Council and two-term mayor of Kansas City, has been the summer camp-home for Boy Scouts of the Heart of America Council and the Tribe […]

La fidelidad de un discípulo

De acuerdo a las estadísticas demográficas que arroja el Documento Final del V Encuentro, la Diócesis de Kansas City-St. Joseph, tiene 103,417 Latinos/Hispanos del cual solamente 5,620 asisten semanalmente a Misa Dominical en español.

Sister Mary Charlene Ross

Sister Mary Charlene Ross was born in Kansas City, Mo., on March 25, 1930, to John and Ruth (Parrish) Ross.

For Love of God…and Neighbor

What’s more important, fulfilling your duties toward God or helping your neighbor?

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July 19, 2019
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph