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Four large, iron crosses stand side-by-side in Ridge Park Cemetery in Marshall. They mark the final resting places of four Sisters of Notre Dame de Sion who gave aid and comfort to others before … more
Amanda Durbin brought a 4-foot wooden cross to the high school youth group at St. Mary parish in Shelbina on Ash Wednesday. She invited each member to try carrying the cross. Then she asked if … more
Tara Lepper and some coworkers were at the nursing station, working and praying. Their computer tuned to a livestream on the Diocese of Jefferson City’s Facebook page, where Bishop W. Shawn … more
Catholic Charities of Central and Northern Missouri (CCCNMO), the charitable services arm of the Diocese of Jefferson City, has opened an online request form for residents of the 38 counties of the … more
With the temporary closure of all schools in Pettis County because of the COVID-19 pandemic, teachers and students alike have been discovering new and different methods of teaching and … more
Sister Cindy Weber SSND and Sister Ruth Ann Klauser SSND, who are members of the School Sisters of Notre Dame’s General Counsel in Rome, are living under Italy’s stringent quarantine … more
In an official decree effective April 1, Bishop W. Shawn McKnight extended at least until April 30 the suspension of all public Masses and gatherings in the Jefferson City diocese. This suspension … more
The St. Peter Rectory stands along a busy Broadway bypass for eastbound travelers during construction at the State Capitol. Father Jeremy Secrist and Father Basil Tigga, pastor and associate … more
This article was originally published in the Nov. 21, 2014, print edition of The Catholic Missourian: “Ar dheis Dé go raibh a n-anma.” (Gaelic for “May their souls be at … more
Safe in their cars, people from all around formed a procession through the grounds of St. Martin Church in St. Martins. Each stopped and gave thanks as members of the Frassati Fraternity loaded … more
Extra time together helps Palmyra family focus on the essentials   By Jay Nies Lacey Timbrook is insisting that her son and daughter, ages 12 and 10, keep a daily journal of their … more
“Better Together” isn’t just a catchy phrase. It’s a concrete reality, especially in times of need and uncertainty. “We’ve been building relationships, … more
Sing-alongs, dance-alongs, prayers, worship anthems, spontaneous comedy, banter and heaven-knows-what-else. “That’s why we’re calling it ‘Music ’n Stuff.’ We … more
When my adult children were young, they would occasionally inquire on a Sunday morning when having a hard time waking up, ‘Do we have to go to Church?” To which I would reply, … more
“It’s overwhelming sometimes — God’s love and compassion for us and how He fights for us to come back to Him.” Amanda Cheely stood in the undercroft of the Cathedral … more
The road to the Rite of Election and Call to Continuing Conversion can be as direct as Interstate 70 or as hilly and serpentine as some of the lettered highways in this diocese. But for all … more
Someone standing next to Amy Earl looked out from the cathedral sanctuary at all the catechumens who were stepping forward with their godparents during the Rite of Election and Call to Continuing … more
A glass dish can grow dull and opaque with dust. “But when you clean it, how it sparkles!” Father Robert Fields told an interchurch gathering at the dawn of Lent. About 80 … more
Now is a very acceptable time for God’s people to spread His love and compassion to their neighbors during this health crisis. Parishes throughout the Jefferson City diocese are organizing … more
Redemptorist Father Vincent H. Aggeler, 87, a Clifton City native who had served for 46 years as a missionary in the Amazon River Valley in Brazil, died peacefully on March 13. The Mass of … more
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