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The debt load for Fr. Tolton Regional Catholic High School in Columbia will be reduced, thus freeing up more money for academics and programs, thanks to a $1 million donation. The donors, who wish to … more
“Pregnancy help centers are important for America. That’s why I’m here today.” Faith and her 1-year-old son Noah traveled to Washington, D.C., for the annual March for Life … more
People who are grateful for blessings they’ve received from a Catholic education are invited to give thanks by giving back during the second annual “Many Gifts, One Nation: A Day of … more
Sacred Heart School in Sedalia is giving thanks for an anonymous, $1 million gift, designed to provide tuition assistance for many years to come. Bishop W. Shawn McKnight announced the gift … more
What do you get when you ask seventh- and eighth-grade students from mid-Missouri to design a new restaurant for Columbia? You get the Blacklight Café, where dinners glow in the … more
The principal of St. Peter Interparish School in Jefferson City had just called to hire Lesha Neidert to teach second grade. Mrs. Neidert decided to talk about it with her family before … more
A new approach to behavior has people of all ages thinking about virtues and looking for ways to create holy habits. It’s called Virtue-Based Restorative Discipline, and it’s making … more
A heavily-traveled highway has a new reminder of the incalculable cost of freedom. The Heroes Way Foundation placed two signs — one for each direction — near the Rocheport Bridge … more
On Christmas Day, Father Angelus Minj, sacramental minister for St. Bernadette parish in Hermitage and the Mission of Our Lady of the Snows in Climax Springs, blessed the baptismal font in St. … more
Popular legend credits the architect of St. Joseph Church in Westphalia with what was originally inscribed over the door. The Latin loosely stated, “What grows in accord, crumbles in … more
It came to pass on the eve before Christmas that about 75 volunteers shared dinner and the light of Christ with people who were hungry. They helped prepare and serve or deliver 536 hot meals … more
“We prayed the Rosary every day. We took part in the processions. People went to confession. And we had Mass every day in the various churches.” Father Boniface K. Nzabonimpa, who goes … more
CLICK HERE to read a related article. Bishop W. Shawn McKnight’s first Christmas Eve Mass as bishop of Jefferson City coincided with the 50th anniversary of the first Mass in the Cathedral … more
“It’s a lot of work, but it wouldn’t feel like Christmas if I weren’t doing it.” For about 40 years, Cheryl Hayes and two other women have been coordinating the … more
CLICK HERE to see a nine-minute video, “The Cathedral and Its Symbolism,” produced by Deacon Dan Joyce and narrated by Monsignor Robert A. Kurwicki VG. At Midnight, the doors swung … more
“A lot of eye-opening things happened that night.” Jade Canale spoke of the service trip she and other teens from St. Stanislaus parish in Wardsville took to the Salvation Army’s … more
“Allow yourself to be led by the Lord. He will direct all things through you. Trust Him, and following His example, always act humbly, gently and in good faith.” — St. Vincent de … more
Two years after Orville “Buzz” Steffan went to partake of the great Wedding Banquet in heaven, his wife, daughters and sons decided to prepare something like it for Thanksgiving … more
For 130 years, Wayland’s current St. Martha Church building and the one that preceded it stood as symbols of a community of faith and a visible reminder of God’s saving presence near … more
The search for shelter, warmth, safety and hospitality is as old as humanity. So it may not have seemed extraordinary for a man and his wife, about to give birth, to crisscross the streets of a … more
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