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Sister Andrea Kantner, OSF, presented with International Peace Award

If you are an area Catholic, you’ve most likely heard of the Franciscan Mission Warehouse on the campus of the monastery of the Sisters of St. Francis of the Holy Eucharist.

Missouri River floods and Catholic Charities steps up

Fifty levees destroyed over 350-miles. Billions of dollars in agricultural losses.

St. Pius X new Athletics Center dedicated, blessed

Unless there’s flooding, or thunder and lightning, most sports aren’t cancelled for a few drops of rain.

Bishop welcomes 315 at Rite of Election

“I was a hard core atheist because I could never get straight forward answers from other denominations,”

Residents moving into St. Anthony’s Catholic Retirement Community this Spring

Tony, Tony look around…a Catholic retirement community has just been found!

St. Francis Xavier School students experience “living” history

“Reenactments help aid and inspire kids and adults to learn history on a more personal level,”

Presentation’s 23rd annual Respect Life Day a success

Seventh and eighth graders from St. Regis Academy and St. John LaLande School joined Our Lady of the Presentation middle school students for the 23rd annual Respect Life Day Feb. 22.

One City Cafe, where the poor dine with dignity and jazz

For decades, the poor, the homeless and the hungry in central Kansas City knew that St. James Parish and the Bishop Sullivan Center would help.

What is a vocation? 5th and 6th graders find out

Students came from all corners of the diocese to explore the topic of vocations at 5th (and 6th) grade vocations days,

Love and marriage celebrated at St. Therese North

On the Sunday before Valentine’s Day, what better way to celebrate the love of spouses than with the ‘marriage supper of the Lamb’?

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April 24, 2019
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph