The Knoxville diocese has removed a displayed life-size bronze bust of the founding bishop of its diocese, who admitted to sexually abusing teenage boys in 2002, but photos remain.
Kansas City, Mo.
Kansas City, Mo. -- Newly appointed bishop pledges to serve "with generosity, kindness, and charity," and recognizes healing is still "a great need."
Kansas City, Mo. -- New bishop served as chancellor to a bishop who would later admit to sexually abusing teen-age boys.
Preview: More than 200 residents from Missouri and Kansas gathered Sept. 11 in Kansas City, Mo., for a town hall meeting moderated by Social Service Sr. Simone Campbell.
Preview: Homemade granola and a bilingual greeting welcomed the Nuns on the Bus on their second stop in a 13-city tour of the U.S. centered on bridging divides.
The second in a series of healing services sponsored by the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph, Mo., to reach out to clergy sex abuse survivors took place Sept. 9.
The Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph, Mo., is reaching out with healing services to those sexually abused by priests.
Latinos, one of the fastest-growing demographics in the United States, have a message for politicians: We're not apathetic. We're unconvinced.
The City Council here agreed Thursday that parishioners and developers of a highly contested Kansas City site need to meet once again before the project is brought to a final vote Aug. 20.
Despite overwhelming opposition from the Kansas City parishioners neighboring the site, a plan for faith-based student housing was voted Wednesday to move forward to a final vote before the full city council July 23.