Tag Archives: Bishop James V. Johnston

Annual Day of Prayer for abuse survivors April 26

In his homily at the 2016 Service of Lament, Bishop Johnston made five commitments to support the healing of child abuse victims

Some News and Notes

I would like to devote my column this week to update all in our diocese on several important topics.

Catholic Scouting: forming faith and virtues

‘Color Guard, post the colors. Scout salute!’

Thousands visit the heart of St. John Vianney

“It was very moving just seeing the reverence and the fire (of the laity),”

St. Pius X new Athletics Center dedicated, blessed

Unless there’s flooding, or thunder and lightning, most sports aren’t cancelled for a few drops of rain.

Bishop welcomes 315 at Rite of Election

“I was a hard core atheist because I could never get straight forward answers from other denominations,”

Serving like St. Joseph

In the Bible, St. Joseph was a man of few words

Another Line Crossed

Over the past months something profoundly important occurred.

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.

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