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Constance Schepers has spent the past 32 years building bridges between parishes and the central administration of the Jefferson City diocese. “We’re here to help them,” she … more
On Easter Sunday, about 100 worshippers filtered into a 150-year-old church in rural northern Missouri for a Spanish-language Mass. Lively hymns filled the room, echoing off of stained glass and … more
Jesus is never diminished or depleted, despite the complete giving of Himself at every Eucharist. His intention is to be with His people always, fill them with His life and join with them as an … more
Prayer, songs and the stories of people who were enslaved in St. Louis were at the forefront of a prayer service and Maafa procession held June 18 at the Basilica of St. Louis, King of France (Old … more
Over these past few weeks, we have seen many serious, sad headlines and news stories reflecting a growing disrespect for the dignity of human life. Every day, there is news about the suffering of … more
CLICK HERE to see a gallery of photos from the Baccalaureate Mass.,3980 CLICK … more
CLICK HERE to see a gallery of photos from the Baccalaureate Mass. The years gone by have been blessed, filled with happy and sad memories and with gratitude and anticipation. All of that was … more
CLICK HERE to hear a recording of Kate Basi’s award-winning song, “Come, All You Thirsty.” A fellow member of the Our Lady of Lourdes Parish Choir in Columbia approached Kate … more
“God forgive me, I hope he’s in heaven.” Benedictine Father Kenneth Reichert spoke of the man who entered Conception Abbey 20 years ago this week, pointed a MAC 90 rifle at him … more
The following was written on June 7, 2022, the 25th anniversary of Fr. Peckman’s priestly ordination. He is pastor of Immaculate Conception Parish in Macon, St. Mary Parish in Shelbina, St. … more
SCROLL THE ARROWS to see more photos. “On this Memorial Day, for those who have given their lives in the service of our country, that they may rejoice for all eternity in the glory of … more
The Holy Spirit is the One Who calls us to action. When we choose to pray, we are saying “yes” to the Holy Spirit Who prompted us to pray. When we do a work of charity, we are … more
Sunday, June 19, is the Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ, also known as “Corpus Christi.” Several parishes throughout the Jefferson City diocese have planned outdoor … more
A time for new leadership and for other changes is about to begin in many parishes in the Jefferson City diocese. Bishop W. Shawn McKnight has issued a decree appointing 16 priests to new … more
“Do you resolve, with the Help of the Holy Spirit, to discharge without fail the office of Priesthood ... as a worthy fellow worker with the Order of Bishops in caring for the Lord’s … more
Images of the Garden of Eden harken back to a time when all creatures were in right relationship with God and one another. Christ restored that relationship through His life, death and … more
“Please make each day count, and may God always be at your side!” English instructor Patricia Seifert, who is retiring after 40 years on the faculty of Helias Catholic High School, … more
As soon as the ball hit the bat, Fr. Tolton Regional Catholic High School junior shortstop Sophie Angel breathed a quick prayer of thanks and raced toward her second-base teammate. The moment … more
Six of this year’s graduating seniors at Quincy Notre Dame (QND) High School share a long-standing bond. Together through elementary school at Holy Family School in Hannibal and now four … more
Monsignor Thomas McGread wasn’t trying to create a revolutionary program for managing the parishes of his diocese. “He was simply trying to implement the Second Vatican Council in his … more
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