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Patrick Murphy wears rose-window-colored glasses on his jaunts through Missouri’s villages and metropolises. Raised “culturally Catholic” before being properly welcomed into the … more
It’s Lent. Forty days of dedication to prayer, penance, almsgiving and fasting in the name of the Lord. Not fasting like medical fasting before a scan or surgery. Not trendy intermittent … more
SCROLL THE ARROWS to see more photos. Benedictine Brother Gabriel Chinn chose a name that reminds him of the Blessed Mother’s “fiat,” and of his own. Baptized Daniel, the … more
SCROLL THE ARROWS to see more photos. For 40 years, the organ in St. Clement Church in St. Clement has been speaking with a distinct brogue. The church was the first in the United States to be … more
SCROLL THE ARROWS to see more photos. The late Father Fred Barnett never let a favor from heaven go to waste. “Pray for a miracle, and you get one,” the longtime pastor of St. … more
“Within every difficulty and struggle lies the opportunity for grace and transformation. The sooner we learn to let go and let God be in charge, the happier and wiser we will … more
Monsignor David Cox, pastor of St. Stanislaus Parish in Wardsville and St. Margaret of Antioch Parish in Osage Bend, led the opening prayer for a rally in the Missouri State Capitol Rotunda on March … more
CLICK HERE to see a gallery of photos from this event. http://catholicmissourianonline.com/stories/photos-rite-of-election-and-call-to-continuing-conversion,4465 Receiving the Easter … more
The faces of Christ, of Moses, of venerable Father Augustus Tolton gaze down in radiant splendor into the Cathedral of St. Joseph. And this is just the beginning. “These imposing images … more
“For so many years, I’ve been saying, ‘Gosh! How could it ever get any better than that?’ And then the next year, we blow them away again.” Production Manager Ron … more
Victor Bell wants his students to realize how much he appreciates them. “They’re amazing,” said Mr. Bell, who’s in his seventh year as a member of the Helias Catholic High … more
Just as sacred anointings in the Old Testament set people apart as priests, prophets and kings, the Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick bestows a gift and a distinct vocation on the people who receive … more
“Are you okay denying God? One of his disciples did and that will be forever part of his testimony. Is that what you want in yours?” That’s a question Anna Launius poses to … more
Lent is a good time for an examination of conscience and to receive the sacrament of reconciliation in preparation for the celebration of Christ’s passion, death and resurrection. Here is a … more
CLICK HERE to see a gallery of photos from this event. http://catholicmissourianonline.com/stories/photos-african-mass-in-columbia,4458 Members of St. Thomas More Newman Center Parish in … more
Therèse Nti wants the world to pay serious attention to what Pope Francis said and did during his Jan. 31-Feb. 3 visit to South Sudan and her homeland, the Democratic Republic of Congo … more
Students of St. George School in Linn, St. Mary School in Frankenstein, Holy Family School in Freeburg and Sacred Heart School in Rich Fountain get together to celebrate Catholic Schools Week Feb. 2 … more
SCROLL THE ARROWS to see more photos. The Lord of the Dance was front and center, moving their hearts and minds and feet. Students of St. George School in Linn, St. Mary School in … more
This year’s celebration of Catholic Schools Week was much more than fun and games at Our Lady of Lourdes Interparish School (OLLIS) in Columbia. The school’s 621 students took stock of … more
Fourteen sisters representing religious communities on mission to the Church in central and northeastern Missouri came together Feb. 5 to celebrate the World Day of Prayer for Consecrated … more
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