Bishop James V. Johnston

Gianna Molla Beretta Early Childhood Education and Development Center Breaks Ground

Four days before the 150th anniversary of the laying of the cornerstone and groundbreaking of Cathedral of St. Joseph church, the parish community with Bishop Johnston celebrated another milestone on September 8: the groundbreaking for a new early childhood center.

Diocesan Educators begin school year with annual Convocation Mass

They came from all over the diocese — around 600 diocesan principals, teachers, preschool directors — on August 14

Clergy Assignments – Aug. 23, 2019

Bishop Johnston has announced the following clergy assignments:

Religious sisters celebrate jubilee years of profession

“In the name of Our Lord Jesus Christ, I, Sister…, vow to Almighty God to live in poverty, chastity and obedience in accordance with the Rule and Constitutions of my community.

“The Church is always under construction”

The sun shone bright August 3, as the Holy Family parish community gathered outside the locked doors of their recently

Exchanging One’s Birthright

Among the unusual and instructive episodes recounted in the Book of Genesis is that of Esau,

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 […]

Another Step Forward

Journeys are not made by leaps and bounds, but by a series of steps one after another.

‘The world needs priests, because the world needs Christ’

While most of America was out celebrating the kickoff of the summer season on Memorial Day weekend,

If We Don’t Worship God We’ll Worship Something Else

A brief survey of history will show easily that humans are naturally religious; we are “wired” for worship

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November 17, 2019
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