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Timing & Development

St. Anthony’s – A Catholic Retirement Community is now under construction. The former Highlands Professional Tower is being redeveloped into Independent Living residences, and new buildings for Assisted Living and Memory Care will be constructed on top of the existing parking garage. Independent Living residences will be completed in the Fall of 2018. Assisted Living and Memory Care residences will be completed in the Winter of 2018/2019. We will have progress reports and photos posted monthly.

Reputation for Quality, Excellence and Compassion

Catholic Charities, in conjunction with the Catholic Diocese of Kansas City  – St. Joseph, has a long-standing reputation for compassion, excellence and quality with a strong spiritual support base. St. Anthony’s delivers housing and care with a vision of meaning and purpose for adults, 62 and better.

Value-Oriented Retirement Living

If you are an adult, 62 and better, who wants to remain active in a vibrant surrounding without the hassles of homeownership, St. Anthony’s is the right place for you. We have units available for independent living, assisted living and memory care residents. Talk to our highly trained staff to find out which lifestyle is right for you or your loved one.

Our Mission

St. Anthony's KC

St. Anthony’s – A Catholic Continuing Care Retirement Community that is sponsored by Catholic Charities in conjunction with the Catholic Diocese of Kansas City – St. Joseph. Guided by the Holy Spirit, we will provide a better future for those who have pioneered our past. St. Anthony’s will give freedom, purpose and peace of mind to those seeking an active lifestyle that will encompass the spiritual, medical, physical, emotional, intellectual, social, environmental and vocational activities within a community rooted in Catholic principles and tradition.

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Our Sponsors

Catholic Charities

Vision: A culture of communion continually nourished by the works of charity, recognizing the inherent dignity of the human person created in the image and likeness of God.

Mission: As the organization at the service of charity of the Bishop and Church of Kansas City-St. Joseph, the mission of Catholic Charities is to answer the commandment of Jesus Christ to love through service, advocacy, and empowerment of the vulnerable and those in need throughout northern and western Missouri.

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The Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph serves over 134,000 Catholics in 27 counties of northwestern Missouri, offering a wide variety of services.

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