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Once while on a sabbatical, Father Donald Antweiler got to spend the night in a tent on the edge of a steep cliff. The view was breathtaking, but in order to appreciate it, he had to subvert his … more
Christopher Hoffmann might have been waiting for a more concrete sign of God’s desire for him to be a priest. What he got was a steadily growing reassurance that this is, in fact, what God … more
CLICK HERE to see a gallery of photos. The torch is gradually being passed to a new generation of pro-life Missourians, the first to experience life in a post- Roe America. Young people … more
It’s not always easy to follow the path God has in mind. But it is always worthwhile. “Ultimately, vocation is the call to be a saint,” Father Paul Clark, vocation … more
Deacon Kenneth Berry stood at the ornately carved pulpit of St. Joseph Church in Edina, holding up the well-read, battle-tested Bible his mother gave him when he was 10. “Take your Bible … more
Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of women and men who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from … more
Missouri lawmakers passed a bill May 10 banning certain types of medical or surgical gender reassignment procedures for minors who identify as transgender, as well as a measure blocking transgender … more
One of the Scripture readings at the ordination of a deacon comes from the Acts of the Apostles, Chapter 6. It recalls the selection of the first seven deacons of the Church. The Apostles … more
May is Mental Health Awareness Month! As we grow in our understanding of the value of caring for our mental health, we still encounter barriers for many in our service area. Some of these barriers we … more
Mayo es el mes de la concientización de la salud mental. A medida que vamos creciendo en el entendimiento del cuidado de nuestra salud mental, nos seguimos encontrando con barreras en muchas … more
Bishop W. Shawn Mc-Knight has issued a decree appointing several priests to new assignments in parishes and in the Chancery Offices of the Jefferson City diocese. Most of the changes will take … more
“It’s wonderful! I’m deeply impressed. It’s not just functional, it’s also beautiful.” Pope Francis’s official delegate to the Church in the United … more
A light shone in the darkness, and it was wonderful to behold. The May 4 CathedralGLOW event drew hundreds of high school- and college-age teens, families with children, and curious adults of … more
The program from the 1974 Dedication Mass for the Cathedral of St. Joseph in Jefferson City called the altar servers “boys representing the various areas of the diocese.” Not quite. … more
April 28 marked an important milestone in the lives of 15 men of the Jefferson City diocese, as Bishop McKnight accepted them as candidates preparing to be become permanent deacons of the Church. … more
Sister Jean Dietrich of the School Sisters of Notre Dame (SSND) is stepping down but not stepping away from Helias Catholic High School in Jefferson City. Nearly 40 years after joining the … more
Following a prayerful, extensive and thorough search process that yielded four strong and qualified candidates, the St. Vincent de Paul Parish leadership, Sacred Heart School Advisory … more
“Frustration is better than laughter, because a sad face is good for the heart.” —Ecclesiastes 7:3 In this scripture verse, we are drawn into what appears to be an obvious … more
An oasis in what was once a food desert has become a community where people nourish one another. All in a year’s time. “It just keeps getting better,” stated Bill Heberle, … more
Catholic author, podcaster and presenter Patty Schneier is convinced that a single day can make all the difference. She hopes women throughout the Jefferson City diocese will set that day aside … more
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