Tag Archives: Catholic Schools

Sister to celebrate 70 years as a religious

Sister Jean Beste, BVM is celebrating 70 years as a Sister of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary. She ministered for 40 years in Kansas City, first as principal at Christ the King, and then serving as principal at St. Therese. After 24 years in education, she became program director for Blue Hills Homes Corporation. […]

Brightening kids’ lives during coronavirus shutdown

By Marty Denzer, Catholic Key Associate Editor KANSAS CITY ― In mid-March, the lives of kids across the country turned inside out as the coronavirus swept inward from the east and west coasts to converge in the nation’s heart. In Kansas City, as in many other cities, businesses and schools closed in an effort to […]

Our Catholic Schools — More Important Than Ever

In case you missed it, last week was Catholic Schools Week across America.

Teachers see Holy Spirit at work, vicar says

It isn’t easy, and nobody knows that better than teachers.

Catholic Schools: Bright Futures on a Strong Foundation

The steamy summer of 2011 is still going strong, but – ready or not – school is around the corner.

Fund unveiled to broaden support for Catholic Schools

Bright Futures Fund unveiled

Sunday
November 01, 2020
The Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph