Tag Archives: Father Ernie Davis

Parish remembers officer who gave his life to serve

Trudy Meyers isn’t Catholic. But for the fourth New Year’s Day in a row, on the Feast of the Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God, Meyers has joined Catholics …

Freedom of Religion

The Catholic Bishops of the United States have asked us to spend a couple of weeks praying for a change of governmental policies

Neighborhood will soon hear historic Bells of Peace

In a highly unlikely though very appropriate neighborhood, the Bells of Peace Carillon will soon ring again after a three-year silence, perhaps as early as Easter.

A daughter keeps her word, as her husband takes it one more step

Hollywood used to write love stories like this, but a cynical world stopped believing them.

Neighbors, schools, churches don’t like proposed gun shop

Fifteen years old, Nicholas Pointer has already buried a cousin, an uncle and a grandfather killed by gun violence.

‘Show Me Your Papers’ laws bring new era of racial profiling, activists say

The robber put a gun to her face and demanded her purse.

Anglicans eager for communion anxiously await own ‘diocese’

Like children waiting for Christmas …

By Kevin Kelly Catholic Key Associate Editor KANSAS CITY — A regional conference exploring the possibility of “ordinariates” within the Roman Catholic Church being established for Anglicans and Episcopalian parishes seeking full communion will be held Feb. 25 and 26. The conference, entitled “Becoming One,” will begin with Evensong, an Anglican form of Vespers, on […]

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January 27, 2020
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph