Tag Archives: Catholic education

Mass of the Holy Spirit kicks off new school year

Summer seemed to pass very quickly this year. Even Bishop James V. Johnston, Jr., commented on it at the beginning of the annual Convocation Mass …

FIRE continues to bring inclusive education to diocesan schools

As the 2016-17 school year begins, 158 children with significant special needs are excited to start classes with their brothers, sisters and friends at 11 Catholic grade schools and two high schools in Kansas City.

Catholic education a beacon of light to Pediatrics professor

Dr. Anne Vangarsse sat in her office at the Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences, surrounded by framed diplomas, family photos and the paperwork of a teaching physician.

Passion and Purpose in Catholic Education

I was asked to begin our days together by sharing thoughts on my “vision” for our Catholic Schools.

New scholarship honors families who sacrifice to send their kids to diocesan schools

By Marty Denzer Catholic Key Reporter KANSAS CITY — As parents sit down to begin the application process for their children to attend Catholic high schools in the fall, they should be aware of a new program available to students who attend diocesan high schools. Called the Honoring Family Scholarship, it provides a partial tuition […]

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December 15, 2019
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph