Tag Archives: Father Ernie Davis

Walking pilgrimage in the Holy Land

Have you made a bucket list yet? Here’s a trip that could be life changing.

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,

Simple House: Friendship Evangelization

The first thing to say about Simple House, it’s not so simple.

Packed church grieves gun violence

Mary Jo Fisk can still close her eyes and smell the freshly ground coffee from the old Folger’s plant in downtown Kansas City.

Anglican Use community welcomed to new home on All Souls Day

It was a stunning question to open a homily, and one that had more than one answer.

‘Wonderful paths’ led newest priest to day of ordination, bishops says

Clearly it is the work of the Holy Spirit, Bishop Robert W. Finn said, that led the newest diocesan priest to the moment of his ordination Oct. 18 .

‘Bring people to Christ,’ new society is told

It was as simple has handing over a stack of some 20 signed applications.

Tradition renewed as parish honors first responders

Even though it is a Holy Day of Obligation, it is a sacrifice to attend Mass on New Year’s Day.

Panzer tanks on the lawn or pastoral response

Local Catholics, Anglicans and Episcopalians will soon discuss the possibility of forming a new parish in the Ordinariate of the Chair of St. Peter.

Watching Jesus’ adult ministry unfold, 2,000 years later

The town was called Kefer Naum.

December 05, 2020
The Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph