Missionaries of the Precious Blood2016-12-29T09:53:29+00:00

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Do Not Be Afraid

by Tim Deveney, Precious Blood Volunteers Director Suspension bridge on Annapurna Circuit in Nepal In my mid-20s I lived and worked in Kathmandu, Nepal as a volunteer teacher. During breaks, I had opportunities [...]

Surprised by Epiphany

Brooke Buth praying with students and staff at Cristo Rey KC High School by Brooke Buth, current Precious Blood Volunteer When my husband Koby and I first applied to be Precious Blood Volunteers, [...]

2019 Precious Blood Scholarship

by Al Ebach, C.PP.S., Precious Blood Scholarship Committee Chairperson Members, companions and province staff again have the opportunity to nominate students for the Kansas City Province Scholarship. The scholarship application packet is available below. Ten [...]

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2019 Human Development Fund Application Available

by Fr. Joe Uecker, C.PP.S., Human Development Fund Chairperson The application for the province Human Development Fund is available for 2019. The application packet is available at the link below. Completed applications are due by [...]

Our On-going Concerns About Immigration

By Gabino Zavala, Justice and Peace Director On January 9th our Provincial Fr. Joseph Nassal and the Leadership Team published a letter expressing their concern about President Donald Trump’s address from the Oval Office stoking [...]

Fueling Our Fears

Kansas City Province Leadership Team Statement “There is no fear in love, but perfect love drives out fear…” 1 John 4, 18 The Scripture readings on Wednesday, January 9th reflect on love and fear. In [...]

Blessed Are the Peacemakers

by Gabino Zavala, Justice and Peace Director For the 52nd World Day of Peace, celebrated on January 1st,  Pope Francis said, “Good politics is at the service of peace.” He states that those who hold [...]

Ignorant Bliss

by Lina Guerrero, Precious Blood Volunteer It was around 7 o’clock in the morning on October 10th, 2011 in Austin, Texas. I was seventeen years old and sitting outside on the porch of my house [...]