Tag Archives: Immaculate Conception Parish

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.

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?

Celebrating Catholic Faith in Northwest Missouri

Back in the summer of 1914, the parishioners of the Immaculate Conception parish at Conception Abbey gathered for the double purpose of taking a parish photo and enjoying a day of celebration for the parish community.

Sunday
September 15, 2019
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph