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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St. Michael’s Veterans Campus Offers Home to New Wave of Veterans

The St. Michael’s Veterans Campus will serve veterans of all U.S. conflicts. The Department of Veterans Affairs predicts the percentage of surviving Gulf War era veterans will surpass that of all other wars by 2015. St. Michael’s Veterans campus is prepared for the shift in the population. Ceremonial Groundbreaking is Wednesday, September 25 KANSAS CITY,…
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Hundreds of Students Helped by Catholic Charities School Drive

“The families were able to spend money on other necessities and the students were able to feel happy about returning to school with a self-esteem boost,” said Catherine Hooper. Agency’s Junior Board Tops Last Year’s Distribution KANSAS CITY, MO, September 16, 2013 — Fresh school supplies may be one of the best parts of a…
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Groundbreaking Ceremony for St. Michael’s Veterans Campus Set

September 6, 2013 “It is my hope that St. Michael’s will become a beacon in the darkness of the life experiences of the homeless veterans, an inspiration to other cities throughout our country as to how we can put an end to the staggering issue of rampant homelessness among those who have served our country,”…
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