Missouri Catholic Conference
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Pope Francis’ diplomatic representative to the United States hailed the Missouri Catholic Conference (MCC) as a shining example of missionary discipleship and the joyful proclamation of the Kingdom … more
With much enthusiasm and fervor, Joan Rosenhauer, executive vice president of Catholic Relief Services (CRS), gave a crash course on the Catholic understanding of social justice during the Missouri … more
Committed Catholics from all over Europe labored against brutal odds to bring education and faith formation to what is now Missouri and surrounding states. Monsignor Michael Witt, a priest of the … more
Missouri’s Roman Catholic bishops recently issued a statement opposing the use of a new method of disposing of human remains, named alkaline hydrolysis. This method, sometimes referred to as … more
Deacon Larry Hildebrand carried a guilt-laden heart to confession during a Cursillo weekend. “I helped kill a man who isn’t dead yet,” he told the priest. Over 15 years … more
A recent federal appellate court ruling could bring an end to surgical and chemical-induced abortions at Planned Parenthood in Columbia, at least for now. A panel of judges from the Eighth … more
A college student once asked Dr. Edward Hogan, “Suppose I had a friend who left the Church because they were gay. What would you say to them?” Dr. Hogan responded, “I would … more
Nineteenth-century German statesman Otto von Bismarck claimed that no one who respects the law or enjoys eating sausage should see either being made. Recently retired Missouri Catholic … more
Calling it a threat to religious freedom, Missouri’s Catholic bishops are opposing a potential state law that would allow people to carry concealed weapons into churches without the … more
The Missouri General Assembly has voted to increase the age for trying youth as adults from 17 to 18. The legislation now heads to Gov. Eric Greitens for his signature. “This is a … more
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