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Notre Dame Cathedral enshrined in gingerbread at Holy Trinity Parish

Holy Trinity parishioners have for three years now honored places of faith and history in their Christmas displays, constructed of gingerbread!

Maybe the oldest existing Catholic cemetery in northwest Missouri?

Bordered by a cornfield, on the edge of a large, heavily forested hollow about a mile northeast of Easton, lies a small graveyard sheltered by a canopy of several varieties of tall trees, with headstones dating back to 1849.

The Vatican, in Weston, in gingerbread

Know that feeling when you hear about something and you’re not sure you believe it, and then you actually see it?

Jewel of a church in Weston celebrates 100 years

Certainly the communion of saints produced by a small-town Catholic parish with a 170-year history was beaming with pride.

Put Jesus first, bishop urges on Feast of Corpus Christi

Some 500 faithful joined Kansas City-St. Joseph Bishop Robert W. Finn and Kansas City, Kan., Archbishop Joseph F. Naumann in a tradition that dates a few years between the two dioceses, but centuries in the universal church.

Sunday
September 27, 2020
The Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph