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Seton Center celebrates 50 years of service to their neighbors and a new CEO

Seton Neighborhood Services opened its doors to the poor in the inner city on October 1, 1969 under the direction of Sister Mathilde Comstock, the Daughters of Charity and the Ladies of Charity.

Sharing Christ’s abundant love with those in need

Seton Center, founded by Sister Mathilde Comstock, D.C., in 1969, works to help people break cycles of poverty through social and dental services. Located at 23rd Street and Benton Blvd.,

Living in poverty is very expensive

What if you find yourself in a financial crunch, unable to pay bills due to an emergency or some other reason?

Central City seniors find fun, fellowship as Senior Buddies

About 20 women sat around tables pushed into a u-shape in the lower level of Seton Center on a recent Tuesday morning.

Seton Neighborhood Family and Health Services assist neighbors in need

Seton Center, located in Kansas City’s urban core, has been serving neighbors in need since it was founded by the Daughters of Charity and the Ladies of Charity of Metropolitan Kansas City in 1969.

Ground is broken for new construction at Seton Center

September 8 was a day of celebration for the staff, clients and volunteers of Seton Center.

Mr. Kangaroo and doc Bear help children learn about dental care

By Marty Denzer Catholic Key Reporter KANSAS CITY — As part of National Oral Health Month, “Doc Bear,” known as Bryan Love to his family and friends, paid a visit to children at the Seton Center Dental Clinic on Feb. 15. Doc Bear is a symbol of Health Care USA, a health insurance company that […]

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March 26, 2019
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph