Tag Archives: Human Rights Office

Life and Justice grants fund organizations defending life and dignity

By Marty Denzer Catholic Key Associate Editor KANSAS CITY —The Life and Justice Campaign, a program co-sponsored by the Human Rights and Respect Life offices and the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph, gives Catholics an opportunity to support local organizations dedicated to defending the dignity of the person and the sanctity of human life. It […]

Organizations promoting life, human dignity awarded grants

The Life and Justice Campaign gives Catholics throughout the diocese an opportunity to support local organizations dedicated to defending the dignity of the person and the sanctity of human life.

Conference focuses on human rights of immigrants

Let’s face it. Lately, there has been a lot more discussion across the country regarding immigration — rights, wrongs, economics and cultures.

No one deserves death, attorney tells prison ministers

For Sean O’Brien, the knowledge isn’t merely theoretical that no human being — not even prison inmates convicted of the most horrific crimes — is beyond redemption.

Mo. human trafficking legislation passes in both houses

Missouri has had human trafficking legislation in place for a handful of years, but a bill recently passed by both the House and the Senate would create stiffer penalties for the crime.

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August 21, 2019
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