Tag Archives: Christ the King Parish

Last chance Masses increasingly popular

OMG, it’s Sunday! You discover you’ve overslept and missed Mass, or you’ve been working in the yard all weekend and track of time,

Catholic physicians called to imitate Christ

A Mass celebrated Feb. 10 at Christ the King Church honored Catholic physicians, nurses, paramedics, and others in the healing professions.

Christ the King Parish celebrates the Solemnity of Christ the King

The Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe is celebrated one week before the First Sunday of Advent, this year falling on Nov. 20.

Family encourages children to hear God’s call

Steve and Beverly Miloscia know full well that they didn’t call four of their 12 children to a religious vocation. God did that.

Christ the King parish celebrates a proud 75-year history

For many Catholics in the south central part of Kansas City, Christ the King Parish was a part of their growing up.

Montessori-Teacher Training Course

Where would you go if you wanted training in the Montessori approach to education of young children 3 – 6 years of age,

Parish administrator loves to play, sing the blues

Guitar riffs wafted out the gym doors, luring people inside. At one end of the room, four men were belting out lyrics, accompanied by guitars, organ, and the thrump of drums.

July 09, 2020
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph