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Office to serve parishes, families in daily life

Bishop James V. Johnston, Jr. has announced the creation of the new diocesan Office of the Domestic Church and Discipleship which will better serve parishes and families as they daily go about their Christian lives.

Annual Day of Prayer: Atonement, Hope, Healing for Victims of Abuse

“Atonement is about making things right, setting things right

St. James Parish in Liberty breaks ground for new church

St. James Parish has a long history in Liberty, nearly as long as that of the city itself.

Bishop celebrates Mass with the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick

“This Mass goes right to the heart of what Malta is about – the sick and the poor and reaching out to those in need of healing,”

Blessing of St. Peter’s narthex and school renovation

St. Peter’s new glass and limestone narthex fills the space between the church and school, joining and making them one.

‘Ask the Associate’ videos a hit on YouTube

In September, Father Christian Malewski, pastor of Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish, challenged his staff to ponder how they as individuals could take a new step forward in evangelization.

Tenth anniversary of Water with Blessings overflows with blessings

The 10th anniversary of the founding of Water with Blessings coincides with World Water Day, March 22.

Bishop Celebrates Mass Honoring 150th Anniversary of the Diocese of St. Joseph

“We are here to look back and give thanks,” explained Bishop Johnston on the occasion of celebrating the sesquicentennial (150 years) of the founding of the Diocese of St. Joseph.

24-Hour opportunity for Adoration and Confessions

Excuses, excuses: there’s literally no bad time to go to confession on March 9-10.

Advocating for two local potential deportation cases

Immigration is a hot topic in today’s world.

Sunday
July 22, 2018
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph