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Clergy Assignments, Nov. 8, 2019

Bishop Johnston is pleased to make the following clergy assignments:

Bringing the Gospels to life through food

While reading the Bible, you’ve probably noticed the numerous references in both the Old and the New Testaments to meals.

Father Phil Luebbert dies of cancer

Father Philip Henry Luebbert, known to friends and family as Fr. Phil or simply Phil, died just after midnight Oct. 17, at his home at the Little Sisters of the Poor Jeanne Jugan Center in Kansas City,

Abbot Primate Polan receives U.S. Liturgists highest award

The McManus Award is the highest honor bestowed by the nations’ liturgists and it recognizes significant contributions to furthering the liturgical renewal in the United States.

What’s up with the diocesan Vision? Part 3: establishing a retreat center/camp facility

Why do we need a diocesan retreat center/camp facility?

Growing pains at St. James in Liberty: old church emptied, new church dedicated

St. James the Greater Parish was originally founded in 1837, with a parish church later built in 1848 on N. Water Street, two blocks north of downtown Liberty.

FIREBall gala ignites generosity among its guests, exceeding goal

Almost a quarter of a century ago, six families found they shared the same dream — that their children with special needs could attend their parish grade school with their siblings and friends.

What’s up with the Diocesan Vision? Part 2: Creating a comprehensive resources strategy

How can we effectively and efficiently utilize the Church’s resources?

7th Annual St. Joseph Life Day held

“The right to life is the primary right,” said Dr. James Alan Branch, Professor of Christian Ethics at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary during the keynote address at Life Day.

Benedictine Sister Lenora Black

Benedictine Sister of Perpetual Adoration Lenora Black, OSB died on Oct. 9, 2019.

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