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Albert knelt down before the Blessed Sacrament and emptied his heart. “Why would you do this to me? What are you thinking? I’ve worked so hard, and I’m finally getting close to … more
The hard-working teachers and staff members of the Diocese of Jefferson City’s Catholic Schools got a welcome surprise for Catholic Schools Week. Each of them received a bonus — more … more
CLICK HERE to read The Catholic Missourian’s 1999 article about the Papal Youth Rally. CLICK HERE to read The Catholic Missourian’s 1999 article about the Papal Mass. Rebecca … more
Grace and blessings cascaded through the corridors and concourses of the America’s Center Convention Complex in St. Louis. Nearly 24,000 mostly college-age Catholics from all over the … more
More families in the Diocese of Jefferson City are choosing a Catholic education for their children as diocesan schools have continued a multi-year trend of stable, growing enrollment. … more
About 1,100 people from all over the Diocese of Jefferson City joined the congregation of about 100,000 at Pope John Paul II’s Mass (on Jan. 27, 1999) in St. Louis. About 1,000 … more
Upon arriving at the Light of the World Papal Youth Gathering in St. Louis, Pope John Paul II encountered a spiritually wired throng of more than 20,000 young people whose spirits and emotions had … more
The Most Reverend W. Shawn McKnight, Bishop of Jefferson City, released the following statement in anticipation of the nation’s observance of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Jan. 15: … more
The Proclamation of the date of Easter and the other moveable feasts on the Feast of the Epiphany of Our Lord dates from a time when calendars were not readily available. It was necessary to … more
A vision for Hispanic ministry that has been taking shape for decades in the Jefferson City diocese reached an import Dec. 19. That afternoon, 13 leaders and representatives of various … more
Msgr. Robert A. Kurwicki, vicar general of the Jefferson City diocese, pastor of St. Peter Parish in Jefferson City, and chaplain of the Missouri House of Representatives, led the House in praying … more
The Diocese of Jefferson City is providing the following information which impacts the faithful, in a spirit of transparency and accountability. Anyone who has experienced or witnessed abuse in … more
CLICK HERE to watch the livestream broadcast of this Mass.  Nothing says “all things are possible with God” quite like a Christmas depiction of the Babe in the manger. It … more
What do seminarians in all stages of formation and priests battling traumatic or lingering infirmity have in common? A growing sense of total dependence on God, an inclination to surrender to … more
CLICK HERE to read a related article. “Let us recommit ourselves to witnessing the beauty, joy and hope of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.” Not just between now and Christmas, but … more
The president of Mizzou Students for Life said seeing those who stand in the gap every day to help people turn away from abortion inspires her to keep making her own sacrifices. Their prayerful … more
God bestows innumerable blessings on his Church through each of the women and men he calls to religious life in orders and congregations throughout the world. So many unique gifts, so many … more
Joey Jones was wearing a silly hat he’d been given at the National Catholic Youth Conference (NCYC) in Indianapolis. A man working at the venue said he liked the hat, so Joey let him have … more
Parishes should never allow their priceless treasures to be buried. Namely, the talents and ideas of the people, which need to be called forward and cultivated for the building up of God’s … more
The bylaws for the Diocesan Pastoral Council (DPC) say any members can be elected to serve as chair and vice chair. Both offices can be held by clergy, a Chancery employee, or a representative … more
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