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CLICK HERE to read the full text of “Fratelli Tutti." Eight hundred years ago, God sent a poor man who had been rich to help rebuild a Church and a society that were falling into ruin. It … more
Holy Mother Church will soon be asking us all to pray with the Church triumphant in heaven on All Saints Day and to pray for the Church suffering on All Souls Day. And so as we continue to fight the … more
Young Catholics have made it clear that they want to be active in their parishes and participate fully in the life of the Church. But “the way things are” often makes that … more
Organist Don Yanskey has an ear for good music and a heart for good worship. They are gifts he’s been cultivating for half a century. “Don isn’t just a musician,” said … more
The Most Reverend W. Shawn McKnight, Bishop of Jefferson City, makes the following appointments:   CURIAL ASSIGNMENTS   Reverend Monsignor Gregory L. Higley, from Adjutant … more
Seventy years into religious life, Wardsville native Sister Celine Maasen retains a clear sense of purpose and mission. “My responsibility is to pray for everyone I come into contact … more
The Catholic Church throughout the Jefferson City diocese continues to build and strengthen its network of protection for children and all who are vulnerable. Everyone needs to be … more
Father Joseph Corel addressed his parishioners on the importance of supporting the work of the Diocese of Jefferson City through the annual Catholic Stewardship Appeal (CSA). “The … more
Monsignor Robert A. Kurwicki once accompanied a group of Missouri pilgrims to St. Mary Church in New Haven, Connecticut, where Venerable Father Michael McGivney and a group of laymen founded the … more
Legions of Father Mike Coleman’s friends are sending up their sighs and sweet Hosannas. Following cancer surgery in June and months of chemotherapy and rest, Fr. Coleman met with his … more
This is part of a series of articles about the impact diocesan ministries supported by the Catholic Stewardship Appeal (CSA) have on local parishes and schools. Youth Ministry staff for the … more
“Lead all souls to heaven, especially those in most need of Thy mercy.” People in cars and driveways and doorways stopped to watch and listen to the passing procession. About 125 … more
This is part of a series of articles about the impact diocesan ministries supported by the Catholic Stewardship Appeal (CSA) have on local parishes and schools. The Catholic schools … more
There were shimmering stars and yellow carnations over the green cliffs of the Capital City. It was National Gold Star Mother’s Day, a time to remember the parents and families of U.S. … more
This is part of a series of articles about the impact diocesan ministries supported by the Catholic Stewardship Appeal (CSA) have on local parishes and schools.   By Jay Nies Parish … more
Girls with veils and mantillas made a path of rose petals. Altar servers rang bells and sent up plumes of incense spoke. Heaven and earth resounded the hymns. The Lord was with … more
“I’m here because of Isabelle.” Kathy Forck’s voice resonated off century-old granite etched with passages from Sacred Scripture. “I think of the hole that would … more
Anecita Alvizo had been praying for guidance when she picked up her mail. She caught sight of a picture of Our Lady of Fatima holding a rosary. “Amen!” Mrs. Alvizo declared out … more
CLICK HERE to see a gallery of photos from this event. “Missouri has such a story to tell, and you’re all part of it.” Kathy Forck spoke to about 60 people wearing facemasks … more
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