On Wealth and Brotherhood

Will money condemn you? This week’s gospel reading, the parable of the Rich Man and Lazarus (Luke 16:19-31) seems to say that.

Diocese Releases List of Accused Clergy

The dreadful scourge of sexual abuse of minors has wounded our entire family of faith.

Seeking to Find the Lost

Jesus’ words in today’s Gospel remind me of something that happened to me while I was living in Europe a number of years ago.

Suffering as an Education in Christian Life

uffering. Into every life a little must fall…even Christian lives. Some think that shouldn’t be the case.

God will never be outdone in giving

You’re a good Catholic, right? You’re living your faith.

Exchanging One’s Birthright

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

The Audacity of Prayer

This Sunday’s Gospel is a summary of Jesus’ teaching on prayer.

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.

For Love of God…and Neighbor

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

Why do I have to go to Mass?

Today we celebrate the Feast of Corpus Christi – the Body and Blood of Christ.

February 22, 2020
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph