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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

Preparing for a Meeting

“But be doers of the word, and not hearers only, deceiving yourselves.” James 1:22 This time next week I will be in Baltimore at the annual meeting of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. These meetings are the annual occasion for the bishops to make important decisions that will impact the life of the […]

Clergy Assignment – Nov. 9, 2018

Bishop Johnston has announced his appointment of Rev. Jonathan Davis as Parochial Vicar at Holy Cross and Our Lady of Peace Parishes in Kansas City,

Bishop Johnston visits St. Joseph and St. Mary’s Medical Centers

Bishop James V. Johnston, Jr. paid a morning pastoral visit to St. Joseph Medical Center in Kansas City

Flags for Forgotten Soldiers offers awareness and prayer

An impressive 660 American flags will stand at Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish in St. Joseph for the month of November.

A Sneak Peek Into The Visioning Process

With a goal to draft a vision statement for the next five years, the diocesan Visioning Team has been meeting for about two and a half months,

“Open Wide The Doors To Christ!” New Residential Center, Campus Ministry Opens

“Open wide the doors to Christ!” Pope St. John Paul II told youth and young adults at World Youth Day 2000.

Fireball helps light the way for God’s children

Not so long ago, 22 years to be exact, children with special needs often were unable to attend their home parish schools with their siblings

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November 15, 2018
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph