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Pitching for Priests trophy has returned to Missouri!

After a two-year absence, the trophy has returned to its rightful place.

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.

Eleven men raised to the Order of the Diaconate

In an age-old rite, 11 men were ordained permanent deacons June 9 as the hundreds who filled the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception watched.

Marriage is a spiritual pilgrimage, bishop tells couples

Surrounded by friends and family, 70 couples came to celebrate their golden wedding anniversaries and renew their vows before Bishop James V. Johnston, Jr.

Seasoned by encuentro process, Hispanics and Latinos prepare to lead

When Hispanic and Latino leaders from a four-state area gathered at Savior Pastoral Center in Kansas City, Kansas, April 27-29, they brought experiences shared with them in countless discussions with their Catholic peers.

Bringing Christ to the streets: Joint Corpus Christi Procession draws hundreds

What are those Catholics up to now?

May Day celebration at St. Ludger’s Chapel

What better way to celebrate the month of May, the month of Mary and, in Germantown, the month of a miracle that happened 144 years ago, than with a meal and a Mass?

Three men elevated to the office of the Priesthood

It had been a long, at times bumpy, road toward the priesthood for three men.

Three raised to Diaconate May 12

The A/C may have been out, but the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception was still packed almost to capacity …

Coronation Church altar and renovation consecrated

he Kansas City Royals had lost, again, to the New York Yankees and it had rained off and on all weekend, but the people packing the pews at Coronation of Our Lady Church early in the evening May 20 …

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July 21, 2018
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph