St. Charles Borromeo is a Catholic faith community called by baptism to witness and live the teachings of the Lord Jesus Christ. Gathered at Table, nourished by Eucharist, and guided by scripture, we share our gifts as we minister through worship, faith formation, education, and service.

Mass Times
Daily (Mon-Fri) 9 AM
Saturday (Vigil) 4 PM
Sunday 8:30 AM & 11 AM

Eucharistic Adoration
Wednesday 3 PM - 7 PM
First Friday of Every Month 9:30 AM - 12 PM

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CONFIRMATION 2017

Confirmation preparations for high school students will take place through a short and fast paced curriculum that's set to begin August 27, 2017, and last through early November, 2017.  With the blessing of Bishop Johnston and his busy schedule he has assigned Confirmation dates throughout the entire Diocese.  St. Charles Borromeo Parish Confirmation Mass will take place on Monday, November 6, 2017 at 7 PM.  For more information and to register, please click here.

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Monday-Thursday 8 AM - 4 PM
Friday 8 AM - 12 PM

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CHARGED WITH SAINT CHARLES, By Fr. Don Farnan

Phonies, Morons, & Perverts

Kids these days kill me.  They really do. When speaking with high school or college students or those that want to get married—any young person facing transition—I sometimes channel my inner Holden Caulfield (as in this blog), who basically thought that anyone over twenty-two was a phony, a moron, or a pervert.  Though bright, savvy, […]

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Aging With Vitality & Grace

As another Royals’ season comes to the end and Chiefs’ season begins, and as summer’s heat gives way to autumn’s chill, we are mindful of the seasons of the year in Kansas City: cold, cool, warm, hot, warm, cool, cold…and we are invited to also contemplate the seasons of our life. Here in the Midwest, […]

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In The Beginning…

When I began this blog nine months ago, I invited you to follow along as I was charged with ministering to a dying parish community that wasn’t ready to die.  Saint Charles Borromeo Parish lived its heydays in decades past as one of the most vibrant places in our local diocese—so vibrant that it split […]

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