Meyer Catholic Quarter

We envision a place in this city where young adult Catholics can live in community, to support one another, to grow in faith, and to welcome others into our proposed way of life.

Currently, several young adults from the City on a Hill Young Adult Group are living in the Brookside neighborhood of Kansas City, Missouri. They have an incredible set-up, as God has blessed them with trendy two-story duplexes, apartments, and single-family homes, and very cheap rent. Not only this, they live only a few houses away from St. Peter’s Parish!

The Meyer Catholic Quarter residents recently began to notice a few things: 

*Living in Catholic Community was a lot of fun
*Cheap rent rocked the house
*Other young adults seemed interested in the concept of living together in Catholic community as well 
*There were properties turning over frequently in the area
(rentals and houses for sale)
*They all agreed it would be fun to have even MORE Catholic young adults on the same block!

Thus, the vision of the Meyer Catholic Quarter was formed…

For more  info, please contact Katie Brady:

-information on places to rent
-roommates wanted
-houses for sale
-vision for Meyer Catholic Quarter

If you live in the Kansas City area and are interested in living in a district where there is a large population of Catholic young adults in their 20’s and 30’s (forming men’s and women’s households), this is the place for you!
The Meyer Catholic Quarter is located on Meyer Boulevard between Wornall and Rockhill Road. It's close to the Plaza, Westport, Charlie Hooper’s, and several Brookside shops and restaurants. It’s also just a five minute walk to the local grocery store and the nearest YMCA workout facility is just a few blocks away!

Meyer Catholic Quarter

May every Benedictine community present itself with a well-defined identity, like a ‘city on a hill’, distinct from the surrounded world, but open and welcoming to the poor, to pilgrims, and to all who are searching for a life of great fidelity to the Gospel.

  -Pope John Paul II