Tag Archives: St. Charles Borromeo Parish

Catholic liberal arts: A joy-filled way of learning

About 375 people from all over the Kansas City area — parishioners, parents, students, friends, family and supporters — filled St. Charles Borromeo Church

LIFE Runners complete A-Cross America run

These are not your ordinary human beings.

Sister Mary Gemma makes first profession

Sister Mary Gemma Stump made her first profession of vows as a Dominican Sister

‘Run A-Cross America’ witnesses to life in Kansas City

If you ever see a fit-looking someone wearing a blue tee shirt with Jer.1:5 on the back, you’re probably seeing a LIFE Runner.

SPRED helps persons with developmental disabilities grow in faith

With glowing eyes, children, teenagers and young adults sat, listening raptly, as a young woman read the story of the journey Mary and Joseph …

Call police, call DFS, then call Jenifer Valenti

Jenifer Valenti said it plainly. As diocesan ombudsman charged with investigating allegations of child sexual abuse committed by clergy and church employees and volunteers, she is not the person to call instead of calling police.

Fourteen men enter candidacy for permanent diaconate

Sometimes, like the elderly Sarah did when told she would bear a son within a year in the first reading for the day from Genesis, the human response is to laugh.

July 22, 2018
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph