Tag Archives: St. Charles Borromeo Parish

Catholic Scouting: forming faith and virtues

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

‘SouperBowl’ helps with food pantry, community building

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

Borromeo Academy’s prayer breakfast focuses on joy

Despite the early hour, Mass at St. Charles Borromeo Church was packed at 7:30 a.m., with students and teachers, parents and parishioners as well as friends and admirers of Borromeo Academy.

A special Mass for a special group of people

As the procession of servers, deacons and priests followed by Bishop James V. Johnston, Jr., approached the sanctuary of St. Catherine of Siena Church, the congregation rose and sang the opening hymn.

It all started with an open door and generous hearts

Remember the Vietnam War?

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 …

Tuesday
November 12, 2019
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph