Tag Archives: Bishop James V. Johnston

What is a vocation? 5th and 6th graders find out

Students came from all corners of the diocese to explore the topic of vocations at 5th (and 6th) grade vocations days,

Seton Center celebrates 50 years of service to their neighbors and a new CEO

Seton Neighborhood Services opened its doors to the poor in the inner city on October 1, 1969 under the direction of Sister Mathilde Comstock, the Daughters of Charity and the Ladies of Charity.

Love and marriage celebrated at St. Therese North

On the Sunday before Valentine’s Day, what better way to celebrate the love of spouses than with the ‘marriage supper of the Lamb’?

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.

New IRB Director brings knowledge, experience to the role

Kathy Fincham has served in the Jackson County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office, as an Assistant U.S. Attorney, as head of the Sex Crimes trial team,

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,”

KCYC’s POP, persecutor or peacemaker, Culture

The 2018 Kansas City Youth Conference, held Nov. 17-18, at Lake Maurer Camp and Retreat Center in Excelsior Springs, attracted about 250 high school students

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February 24, 2019
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph