Tag Archives: Father Don Farnan

Annual brunch spotlights Classical Catholic education

The hour before the annual prayer brunch Dec. 13 at St. Charles Borromeo Academy saw guests entering the gym, first in trickles then in a steady stream as the sold-out tables filled up.

Borromeo Academy’s prayer breakfast focuses on joy

Despite the early hour, Mass at St. Charles Borromeo Church was packed at 7:30 a.m., with students and teachers, parents and parishioners as well as friends and admirers of Borromeo Academy.

Richmond parish celebrates sesquicentennial

Ray County, organized in 1820, was one of the original 14 counties when Missouri became a state on Jan. 1, 1821, with a population of nearly 1,800.

Catholic liberal arts: A joy-filled way of learning

About 375 people from all over the Kansas City area — parishioners, parents, students, friends, family and supporters — filled St. Charles Borromeo Church

St. Charles Borromeo Academy cuts ribbon to Classical Education

August 16 was the first day of school for many diocesan elementary schools, including St. Charles Borromeo Academy.

St. Charles School renovating curriculum and philosophy

A parish school is more than classrooms and teachers doling out homework.

Father John Wandless

Ironically, his heart gave out.

Priest joined his life with the poor and suffering

It had to be the Beatitudes.

St. Thomas More families invited to learn more about Christ’s Divine Mercy

More than 80 years ago, a young Polish nun had a vision of Jesus as the “King of Divine Mercy,” clad in a white garment, with rays of red and white light emanating from near his heart.

November 25, 2020
The Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph