Extreme flooding in several of the counties that comprise our Kansas City-Saint Joseph diocese have devastated towns and farms. Catholic Charities of Kansas City-St. Joseph is working to provide emergency assistance to those in need. Click here to donate now to support our relief efforts.

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Category Archives: Blog

National Adoption Month: One Family’s Perfect Fit

Patience and Prayer.
Brandt and Tori knew it would take a great deal of both before their family felt complete. It was 2008 and they had decided God was calling them to adoption. Although they had three wonderful sons, Tori felt something tugging at her.
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Christmas Shining Star

Gifts That Give Back
There wouldn’t be much under the Christmas tree for Danielle’s children. With three young daughters and a new baby boy at home, money was tight that December.
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World Series Wager

Game on!
Catholic Charities of Kansas City-St. Joseph and Catholic Charities San Francisco do a lot of the same great work. We’re both major league providers of compassionate social services.
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Rosie, Royal and Loyal

At 100 years old, she might be The Kansas City Royals’ oldest fan.
But don’t ask Rosie T. to make a World Series prediction.
“Oh, I just don’t know,” Rosie said, wearing her new ‘Hunt for Blue October’ t-shirt. “I don’t know, but I’ll sure be watching.”
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The Life I Have Today

Employment can transform a life.
Earning a living wage provides one of the most direct paths out of poverty.
So we help people prepare for, find and keep jobs. Cory recently shared his story about finding a job — and finding his way back to his family.
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