Sunday, February 23, 2020

Kansas City Catholic 'White Mass' Explained

A glimpse at local tradition and Catholic tribute and prayers for caretakers:

Physicians, nurses, hospital personnel gather for the annual White Mass

By Marty Denzer Catholic Key Associate Editor KANSAS CITY - The annual White Mass for the Healing Professions was held Feb. 15 at Our Lady of Good Counsel Church in Kansas City. Named for the white coats and uniforms traditionally worn by members of the medical community, the joint-diocesan Mass was celebrated by Bishop James Johnston, Jr., of the Diocese of Kansas City-St.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

I don't see one hip, modern, trendy, and vibrant person in that picture.

Anonymous said...

^^^Because hip, modern, trendy and vibrant people don't spend their hours wiping people's asses and cleaning up their puke and listening to their ailments.

Anonymous said...

Dis mass be rayciss!

Anonymous said...

Can’t wait for the niggers to raise holy hell over this

MDLQ said...

.....And the reason we have all these sufferings is because a woman bit into an apple.........correct?
wish Adam had bit that apple....or banana...or watermelon, or whatever....

Anonymous said...

Fact.. you can grow up Catholic.. do every Sacrament.. go to Mass.. but if your wife gets the hots for a co-worker and leaves you and marries him.. you have an administrative and heavy fee related ordeal ahead of you if you want to also re-marry and receive sacraments.. Communion.. I am glad she left but I have no religion until I go through the same process to get a CBD license to take Communion. Fact.