Tag Archives: Megan Marley

What is a vocation? 5th and 6th graders find out

Students came from all corners of the diocese to explore the topic of vocations at 5th (and 6th) grade vocations days,

Love and marriage celebrated at St. Therese North

On the Sunday before Valentine’s Day, what better way to celebrate the love of spouses than with the ‘marriage supper of the Lamb’?

‘SouperBowl’ helps with food pantry, community building

St. Charles Borromeo parish has found a ‘souper’ way to build up parish community.

A busy 100 years for Sister Paulina

In the year 1918, the signing of the Armistice of Compiegne effectively ended World War I; locally, a committee headed by J.C. Nichols and Robert A. Long formed to create a memorial for those lost in the war.

La Posada, Christmas program held by Holy Cross School

“Long ago, in a part of the world known as Galilee, a man named Joseph and his wife, whose name was Mary, were ordered to register in their home town by the Roman authorities

Helping serve and lift each other as ‘One Human Family’

“Bidder number 106—thank you so much!

A fresh approach for fortifying the domestic church

As you may or may not have heard, there’s been a recent restructuring of offices within the Catholic Center.

Old St. Patrick’s Oratory celebrates anniversary

Old St. Patrick’s has seen many anniversaries come and go.

‘Tis the season…to get engaged

With the holidays just around the corner, there’s bound to be a rash of Thanksgiving and Christmas engagement announcements

Hungry?

Everybody’s got to eat.

Sunday
February 24, 2019
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph