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This is part of a series of articles about the impact diocesan ministries supported by the Catholic Stewardship Appeal (CSA) have on local parishes and schools. Youth Ministry staff for the … more
“Lead all souls to heaven, especially those in most need of Thy mercy.” People in cars and driveways and doorways stopped to watch and listen to the passing procession. About 125 … more
This is part of a series of articles about the impact diocesan ministries supported by the Catholic Stewardship Appeal (CSA) have on local parishes and schools. The Catholic schools … more
There were shimmering stars and yellow carnations over the green cliffs of the Capital City. It was National Gold Star Mother’s Day, a time to remember the parents and families of U.S. … more
This is part of a series of articles about the impact diocesan ministries supported by the Catholic Stewardship Appeal (CSA) have on local parishes and schools.   By Jay Nies Parish … more
Girls with veils and mantillas made a path of rose petals. Altar servers rang bells and sent up plumes of incense spoke. Heaven and earth resounded the hymns. The Lord was with … more
“I’m here because of Isabelle.” Kathy Forck’s voice resonated off century-old granite etched with passages from Sacred Scripture. “I think of the hole that would … more
Anecita Alvizo had been praying for guidance when she picked up her mail. She caught sight of a picture of Our Lady of Fatima holding a rosary. “Amen!” Mrs. Alvizo declared out … more
CLICK HERE to see a gallery of photos from this event. “Missouri has such a story to tell, and you’re all part of it.” Kathy Forck spoke to about 60 people wearing facemasks … more
CLICK HERE to read a related article.  The people of the Church aren’t merely observers but active participants with God, who unites and upholds husband and wife in the Sacrament of … more
CLICK HERE to read the bishop’s Official Decree of Appointments. CLICK HERE for a related article. The two shall become one flesh, and the Church will help them grow in unity and … more
The Blessed Mother no longer weeps for her Son, Who suffered and died before her eyes but was raised up and now lives forever. Instead, her tears now flow for so many of her adopted sons and … more
Public Rosary in the Square crusades sponsored by members of a national Catholic organization known as America Needs Fatima (americaneedsfatima.org/), will include about 20,000 public Rosary rallies … more
Good behavior is a way of life for the more than 300 students at Immaculate Conception School in Jefferson City. For the past five years, the teachers and staff have won the Silver Award from the … more
  CLICK HERE for a gallery of photos from his event. … more
“I love this house of yours, O Lord, the place where Your glory dwells.” — Psalm 26:8   By Jay Nies That old rugged cross still clings to St. Mary Church in Adair, … more
Franciscan Father James Puglis occasionally gets lost in the mystery of the Priesthood. It just seems too good to be true. “It’s awesome,” he said. “Sometimes while … more
The pandemic has altered some of the methods but none of the urgency in discerning a new pastoral plan for the Jefferson City diocese and all of its parishes. “There are things that may have … more
Only a tiny fraction of the more than 60 million aborted babies in the United States have had a proper burial. People of faith throughout the United States came together on Sept. 12 to pray for … more
“El Puente” means “The Bridge,” but the new headquarters for El Puente–Hispanic Ministry in Jefferson City could just as easily be known as “El Centro” or … more
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