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Prayer service highlights serving others, human dignity

“Most Americans think of Dr. King as a civil rights leader—he was.

Seton Center honors Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy

Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was the great civil rights activist of the 1950s and 60s and a Baptist minister.

Rome, Roots and Our Story

Last week I was in Rome with the bishops of Region IX (Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska and Iowa) for what is known as the ad limina visit.

Restoration

If I ranked Scripture passages by most confusing, this week’s gospel, Matthew 4:12-23, would probably be near the top of my list.

Meet the Shine Brightly father/daughter campaign co-chairs

Usually, co-chairs for events and programs are husband-wife teams.

‘EIM Code of Conduct Policy’ and ‘Digital, Online and Social Media Communications with Youth Policy’ updated

The Catholic Church is to share the Good News of God’s love, salvation and mercy with all people.

Encountering the Scourged Christ

Many years ago, for reasons I won’t bother you with, I was afforded the opportunity to perform twenty hours of community service at the charity of my choice.

Bishop Johnston to Rome for 2020 Ad Limina visit

For centuries, the Catholic bishops of the world have periodically traveled to Rome to visit and pray at the tombs of Saints Peter and Paul, celebrate Masses in the great basilicas, report on the state of their dioceses to the Pope, and receive his counsel and admonitions.

Annual brunch spotlights Classical Catholic education

The hour before the annual prayer brunch Dec. 13 at St. Charles Borromeo Academy saw guests entering the gym, first in trickles then in a steady stream as the sold-out tables filled up.

Epiphany Values

On the beautiful celebration of the Epiphany we met the Magi,

Saturday
January 25, 2020
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph