Tag Archives: St. therese Little Flower Parish

Prayer service highlights serving others, human dignity

“Most Americans think of Dr. King as a civil rights leader—he was.

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?

It takes an Urban Village to build relationships

Ministries, whether parish, community or individual, are based on intentional relationships.

Packed church grieves gun violence

Mary Jo Fisk can still close her eyes and smell the freshly ground coffee from the old Folger’s plant in downtown Kansas City.

Anglican Use community welcomed to new home on All Souls Day

It was a stunning question to open a homily, and one that had more than one answer.

Tradition renewed as parish honors first responders

Even though it is a Holy Day of Obligation, it is a sacrifice to attend Mass on New Year’s Day.

Parish remembers officer who gave his life to serve

Trudy Meyers isn’t Catholic. But for the fourth New Year’s Day in a row, on the Feast of the Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God, Meyers has joined Catholics …

‘Ordinary’ tells reunited Anglicans to serve as bridge to Christian unity

It can’t be easy to build a “diocese” from scratch.

Parish food pantry helps neighbors get by each month

In an uncertain economy, food pantries and emergency assistance programs are life lines for the elderly, the unemployed or the under-employed and the cash-strapped.

Senior Center offers fellowship, food and fun

The morning of Oct. 25 felt gloomy and chilly until the door opened to the Community/Senior Center at St. Therese Little Flower Parish.

November 27, 2020
The Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph