Tag Archives: Lent

Lessons from the Temptation

Every year on the first Sunday of Lent, we hear a temptation narrative from one of the three Synoptic gospels,

Fish Fry Fridays – 2019

Good Shepherd Lenten Fish Fry, 5 – 7:30 pm., March 29, Good Shepherd Catholic Church, 18601 N. 169 Hwy, Smithville. $10 Breaded Shrimp, $10 Combo (Fish & Shrimp), $10 Fried Cod Fish or Baked Cod loin fillets. Dinners include: Baked or Fried Potatoes, Whole Kernel Corn, Cole Slaw, Cornbread, & Drink. $5 Grilled Cheese Sandwich […]

Lenten fish tales

As far back as the first century A.D., Christians fasted and abstained from meat on Fridays to commemorate Christ’s death on Good Friday.

As Lent begins

Many things could be said about the season of Lent which we began this Ash Wednesday, March 1st.

Why we do penance

We have entered once again into the season of Lent.

Fast and Abstinence for Lent

Ash Wednesday and Good Friday are obligatory days of fasting and abstinence for Catholics.

Lent is time to walk toward Jesus with a greater fidelity

Only recently, it seems, we have left behind the beauties of the Christmas mystery,

Turn Away from Sin and Believe

Wednesday, Catholics came to their parishes and other close-by churches to receive ashes on their foreheads: the external sign of an interior commitment.

La Cuaresma Ayuno y Oración

La palabra “cuaresma” viene de la palabra “cuarenta” y tiene un significado bíblico

Bishop welcomes 471 at Rite of Election in KC, St. Joseph

When it comes to evangelization, there are very few, if any, things better than a welcoming parish.

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