Tag Archives: Kansas City

28 July 1914 – WORLD AT WAR – 100th anniversay of WWI

One hundred years ago, World War I began. The world hasn’t been the same since.
Today a friend sent a pic from Business Insider which I now share.

The other photos give a sense of what trench warfare was like.
I may have … Continue reading

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Everything’s up to date in Kansas City, MO.

I caught this excellent post over at SERVIAM!
And while the sweet sounds of bats upon balls heralds another year of America’s Pastime, the spring training to which I refer is of an even more sacred kind (as hard … Continue reading

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Brick by Brick in Kansas City, Kansas: Confessions – every parish, every Wednesday in Lent

Sometimes I wonder if Bp. Finn of Kansas City, MO and Archbp. Naumann of Kansas City, KS compete with each other to be the best Catholic bishop they can be.
Here is great news from Kansas City, Kansas.
Take this in:

The Sacrament … Continue reading

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Following the Church sometimes requires a measure of folly, at least as the world sees it

Recently in Kansas City, Kansas, a “white Mass” was celebrated (for medical professionals) and H.E. Most Rev. Robert Vasa, now of Santa Rosa in California, preached a fine sermon.
Bp. Vasa has impressed WDTPRS for some time now.
The blog of diocesan … Continue reading

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Kansas City, MO: Cause for Sainthood for Sr. Marie de Mandat-Grancey

Here is some good news from the Diocese of Kansas City – St. Joseph:
Diocese Granted Jurisdiction in Historic Process
Half a world away from a shrine that attracts millions of Christian and Muslim pilgrims each year, a Cause for the Beatification … Continue reading

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A new cause for beatification opens in the US… with a twist…

Here is an interesting piece of news from the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph where His Excellency Most. Rev. Robert Finn has the reins.  From the blog of the diocesan newspaper The Catholic Key:
Beatification Cause for Founder of Mary’s House … Continue reading

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In search of … THE VORTEX

I was recently in Kansas City, MO.
Denizens of Kansas City and travelers alike take a great risk when moving about in that city.
They may fall into…
THE VORTEX.
No, I am not talking about … Continue reading

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Solemn Profession of Benedictines: simply beautiful

Our friend R.J. Sciurus of Serviam has alerted us the splendid photos of the solemn professions of the wonderful sisters of the Benedictines of Mary, Queen of Apostles, in Kansas City.
Many of their sisters have been waiting many years for … Continue reading

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Wonderful investiture of Benedictine postulants in Kansas City

We talk a great deal, and rightly so, about praying for vocations among men.   We must also pray both that women will answer a call and also have a place to go to realize that vocation.
Traditional communities of women … Continue reading

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Taking HIM to the streets in Kansas City with the Catholic Youth

From The Catholic Key of Kansas City, MO.
The National Catholic Youth Conference is in full swing.

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