Tag Archives: Megan Marley

Prayer service highlights serving others, human dignity

“Most Americans think of Dr. King as a civil rights leader—he was.

Deacon recalls over 50 years of Cursillo in English

The Cursillo movement has seen many colorful seasons come and go since it first arrived in Kansas City over 50 years ago.

What’s up with the Diocesan Vision? Part 2: Creating a comprehensive resources strategy

How can we effectively and efficiently utilize the Church’s resources?

Red Mass calls on Holy Spirit for legal profession

Over 20 lawyers and other legal professionals did some Cross-examining September 27 at St. Peter’s parish in the Brookside area,

Lecture series untangles Church history for young adults

What was the role of deaconesses in the early Church? Why do we have clerical celibacy in the Church?

Catholic business executives chapter chartered in K.C.

The newest chapter of Legatus, an organization supporting Catholic executives (and spouses) in their faith and in bringing Christ to the marketplace

Religious sisters celebrate jubilee years of profession

“In the name of Our Lord Jesus Christ, I, Sister…, vow to Almighty God to live in poverty, chastity and obedience in accordance with the Rule and Constitutions of my community.

‘What’s Wrong with the World?’

It is not fashionable to say much nowadays of the advantages of the small community.

Text/email scam targeting parishes

ding! Your phone buzzes as it receives a text or email, and surprisingly—it’s an unknown sender who says he’s your pastor.

Catholic Scouting: forming faith and virtues

‘Color Guard, post the colors. Scout salute!’

November 29, 2020
The Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph