Suellentrop’s dreams may be global, but her focus is local. She is a member of Physicians for Social Responsibility and a board member of PeaceWorks Kansas City, the metro area’s leading voice against the nuclear…
Between now and December, funds generated from the dinner will help place 90 more throughout the Kansas City area. The name of the Vitae Caring Foundation never appears on the billboards. Instead, they feature the…
From the handful it started with six years ago, Wollenziehn said, the Graveyard SHIFT has grown to about 60 people. The service projects, in particular, she said, have helped unify the group.
“I have become convinced,” she concluded, “that only when men and women understand God’s plan for their sexuality will the crisis pregnancies and the horror of abortion end.”
“Let everything you do,” he said, “be to the glory of God.”
I agree with Archbishop Gomez and I think that time is of the essence if we want to make sure that the Hispanic community remains Catholic.
“I think there’s a lot of people who want to help, but don’t know how,” said Pat. “Well, this is how you can help.”
It’s bad enough to have a traumatic brain injury, but it’s even worse to face it without help.
Many families who have experienced the death of a baby struggle in silence. But the folks at Alexandra’s House in Kansas City, Mo., want to change all that.
Hundreds of years of faithful religious life and service were celebrated by the Benedictine Sisters at Mount St. Scholastica here on July 12.