Parishes & Schools
321 results total, viewing 61 - 80
In recent weeks, Mary Lou Dawson, like many of us, has found herself feeling a little more lonely than before. Mary Lou’s husband passed away Feb 2, 2014, and since then, she has taken care … more
Father Nicholas Reid is back in training. Fr. Reid, a priest of the Jefferson City diocese who is serving as a U.S. Air Force chaplain in Alaska, has been assigned to a one-year Clinical Pastoral … more
Cristhia Castro has set about fine-tuning ministry to the next generation of Hispanic immigrants and their families in Cole and Moniteau counties. Mrs. Castro, a member of St. Peter parish in … more
CLICK HERE to read Bishop McKnight’s March 31 and April 17 official decrees and April 28 instructions. CLICK HERE to read answers to Frequently Asked Questions about Bishop McKnight’s … more
“No one has greater love than this, to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.” — John 15:13 The most loving gift of all time is rendered in radiant hues, high above … more
“Siendo discípulos misioneros — testigos del amor de Dios.” Deacon Enrique Castro, diocesan director of intercultural and marriage ministries, described the best response … more
“Did you know that it is possible to save a baby after the mother has taken the ‘abortion pill?’” Joe Dalton posed this intriguing question to Facebook followers of the … more
“It’s hard to give up control, and we have very little control over this current situation,” Sara Garner said of the COVID-19 pandemic and its effects on families and all of … more
A member of Sacred Heart parish in Eldon, composed the following prayer:   The routine of our lives has changed as sickness pours over the globe together apart in scary times in … more
Father Donardo “Dandi” Bermejo, founding director of the Works of Charity Center and the St. Joseph the Worker Clinic for the sugarcane plantation workers in the Occidental Negros region … more
The United Way of the Mark Twain Area is partnering with local food pantries and senior centers to help provide meals for those in need. Many area food pantries have seen a shortage of food due to … more
Residents Encounter Christ (REC) is an interdenominational encounter movement for men and women in prison, rooted in Catholic spirituality. It is open to anyone who is in prison. A resident of … more
Less than 15 minutes of severe weather caused about $5 million worth of damage to Catholic Church property in Central Missouri March 27. Hailstones as large as grapefruits landed on the roofs of … more
Sister Clarita Hackman M.M.S., 86, a Glasgow native and Medical Mission Sister, died on April 12. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated for her at her Community’s North American Headquarters in … more
Helias Catholic High School is pleased to announce an anonymous donor contributed $200,000 to establish an endowment fund to ensure the continuation of the school’s Accommodations … more
School buildings are mostly empty and quiet. But with God’s inspiration and the dedication and flexibility of parents and educators throughout the Jefferson City diocese, learning and … more
From the beginning, the Eucharist has been intrinsically tied to love-filled service. So, too, have been these weeks leading up to Easter. “The humblest tasks are noble because they are … more
Bishop W. Shawn Mc­Knight announced April 15 the appointment of Dr. Daniel Everett as president/principal of Fr. Tolton Regional Catholic High School, effective July 1. Dr. Everett holds a … more
SCROLL THE ARROWS to see seven more photos.  A lifelong Catholic scholar and historian offers the following photos and recollections from his visit to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in … more
It’s something all Christians can relate to. Jesus spoke of Himself as the shepherd, the sacrificial lamb and the gate through which the sheep may safely enter. People traveling through … more
« Prev | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 17 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 2 years.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.