Tag Archives: Miguel Salazar

Fifth National Encounter of Hispanic Catholic leaders meet in Texas

The Spanish word, “Enquentro,” translates to encounter or meeting.

Walking with the World, a lamentation with prayers

About 50 people gathered at the John F. Kennedy Memorial in Concourse Park at Benton Blvd. and St. John Avenue July 19 to begin a prayer vigil

Pastoral Migratoria ministry works as an agent of change for immigrants

In the past couple of years, it has become increasingly obvious that comprehensive immigration reform is legislatively still a long way off

Newcomers, welcome to the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph

The United States is a nation of immigrants.

Avila’s Truman Lecture features Latina author Reyna Grande

As the lights of Avila University’s Goppert Theatre dimmed Oct. 18, and chitchat quieted, a dark-haired woman walked on stage and approached the podium.

Welcoming the stranger: VIA to educate, communicate and serve

Checked out the Diocesan website, kcsjcatholic.org, recently?

Young Latinos catch the flame of Christ’s mercy

How do we become witnesses of God’s Mercy?

Gran éxito para la conferencia juvenil

La segunda Conferencia juvenil católica de la diócesis, “¡Brilla tu luz! Shine your light!”

Hispanic Youth Ministry helps young people ‘feel their faith in their own language’

“Hispanic ministry is rooted in the idea that we are all one family,”

Retiro de confirmación, un éxito

Con gran alegría y con el apoyo de nuestro padre providencial,

Friday
September 20, 2019
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph