Tag Archives: Knights of Columbus

The Columbiettes, a busy auxiliary hoping to grow beyond the Northland

The Columbiettes? Who are they?

Thousands visit the heart of St. John Vianney

“It was very moving just seeing the reverence and the fire (of the laity),”

Relic heart of St. John Vianney to visit diocese

When’s the last time you’ve been to Confession? A week? A couple months? Several years?

Knights of Columbus raise teen suicide awareness

Moms and dads waited in anticipation in the lower level of St. Therese-North Church Nov. 7,

A special Mass for a special group of people

As the procession of servers, deacons and priests followed by Bishop James V. Johnston, Jr., approached the sanctuary of St. Catherine of Siena Church, the congregation rose and sang the opening hymn.

Knights In Service of God And Neighbor

The days of plate armor and fiefdoms may be past, but the knightly ideals of chivalry and service to God and neighbor still live on

Mass honors local Knights’ orders

A Mass celebrated at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception Aug. 31 honored local members

Local Fourth Degree Knight of Columbus shares practical Catholicism

When we think about it, many seemingly random events and people we encounter change our lives for the better.

A mission in service: four orders of knights hold common ground

What do the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph and the Archdioceses of Washington D.C., Chicago, Los Angeles and Boston have in common?

A special way to thank priests and religious sisters

Do you remember a teacher who inspired, encouraged or pushed you to meet a goal, whether academic, athletic or a life’s vocation?

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September 19, 2019
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph