Bishop James V. Johnston

Making February Brighter

Full confession: February is my least favorite month.

Shared Vision for Our Diocese

The Vision statement for the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph is here.

Our Mutually Shared Vision … One Family: Restored in Christ – Equipped for Mission

On many occasions over the past months, I have been asked on visits throughout our diocese about the Mutually Shared Vision for our local Church.

Should We Protect All Children?

Should we protect all children?

The Free Solo of Jesus Christ

Recently, I was able to see the new film, Free Solo, which tells the true story surrounding Alex Honnold’s June 3, 2017 climb up the face of “El Capitan,”

Making Room

It is a simple, good-natured thing when we see it.

Stumbling Out of the Gate

There is a term, borrowed from horse racing, that aptly describes getting off to a bad start:

400 fifth & sixth graders attend Vocation Day

If you ask a group of fifth and sixth graders what they want to be when they grow up, the answers are varied – firefighter, engineer, and teacher are a few common answers.

Diocesan vision process nearing completion

Eleven Catholics (the Visioning Team introduced in the July 13 issue) have been meeting since mid-August to review, reflect on and discuss the desires and suggestions for the future of the diocese

Red Mass celebrates gifts of the Holy Spirit to attorneys

The Mass celebrated by Archbishop Joseph F. Naumann of the Archdiocese of Kansas City in Kansas, concelebrated by Bishop James V. Johnston, Jr., of the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph Oct. 26

Wednesday
March 20, 2019
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph