The Eternal Power of Love
So many people are struggling with hunger and homelessness. The poverty we see is not just physical, but often a longing for something greater. Suffering, hurt and loneliness can be found in every part of our community.
The great commandment of the New Testament is to love God with all our heart and strength, and to love your neighbor as yourself. (Mark 12:30-31)
Pope Francis reminds us of the eternal power of love. In his Joy of the Gospel, our Holy Father says that love "encircles the world like a vital force." Faithful people everywhere are called to respond to the needs of others with selflessness and generosity.
Hope and Healing for the Poor
The power of Christ's love radiates throughout the Archdiocese of Kansas City in Kansas. Each day, our priests and deacons, teachers, volunteers and faithful people everywhere bring hope and healing to those in need. Your gift helps make this possible.
How We Respond
Our parishes reach out daily to support couples, families and young people growing in the faith. Our ministries and apostolates offer assistance to the hungry and homeless. Our dedicated priests and deacons make possible the sacramental life of our Archdiocese. Every day, we seek to comfort those suffering every kind of hurt and hardship, illness and affliction.
No Act of Love is Lost
Join those who are making a gift to serve the poor, the vulnerable, and those on the margins of society. your contribution - a simple act of love - will strengthen our efforts to meet the needs of those we serve and share Christ's love and mercy with the world.