Tag Archives: Bishop James V. Johnston

An afternoon of legislative skills, issues and Mercy, Justice and Worship workshops

The afternoon session of the Missouri Catholic Conference Annual Assembly Oct. 5 was packed with information on legislative contacting, pro-life apologetics,

Counting Steps

With the advent of devices like Fitbit, the Apple watch, and other gadgets, it has become commonplace for people to measure daily activity such as how many steps one has taken in a day.

Red Mass calls on Holy Spirit for legal profession

Over 20 lawyers and other legal professionals did some Cross-examining September 27 at St. Peter’s parish in the Brookside area,

Eucharistic conference in Grandview draws hundreds

The Eucharist is ‘the source and summit of the Christian life’ (Lumen Gentium, 11), so what better topic to have a conference on during the diocesan Holy Year of Renewal?

What’s up with the diocesan Vision?

Bishop Johnston and a Visioning Team from across the diocese came out with a vision statement and plan of action for the Diocese’s immediate future early this year.

Doing the Catholic Minimum

It may sound strange to ask, “What is the minimum I need to do as a Catholic Christian?”

‘Remember, Renew, Rejoice’: Celebrating 75 years of the Faith

Three-fourths of a century has gone by since the first Mass in Belton, held in an old liquor store hall early September 1944 with just 60 attending.

Diocese Releases List of Accused Clergy

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

Happy Centennial St. Louis Parish

St. Louis, King of France Parish was founded in 1919 by Father Louis Curtis Tiernan and named in honor of King Louis IX of France.

Little Sisters’ sesquicentennial year, a Jubilee of life, love and vocations

Across the United States, the Little Sisters of the Poor celebrated the order’s sesquicentennial anniversary of their arrival in the U.S., during the Jubilee Year 2018-19, which closed on Aug. 30.

Saturday
October 19, 2019
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph