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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
A second collection was to be taken up in parishes throughout the Jefferson City diocese the weekend of March 21-22 for Catholic Relief Services Collection. Catholics throughout the diocese are … more
Shane Boessen’s job more than doubled in size last year. The Samaritan Center’s warehouse manager since 2006, Mr. Boessen went from making the best of a cramped 1,500-square-foot space … more
The St. Vincent de Paul parish leadership, the Sacred Heart School Advisory Council and the Diocese of Jefferson City announce the appointment of Abby Martin as principal at Sacred Heart School in … more
Adults want to keep children safe and healthy during the coronavirus outbreak, but it’s also important to look after their emotional health. “In many cases, we pass our anxiety along … more
CLICK HERE to read a related article from Catholic News Service. A new film on the life of St. Patrick, Apostle to Ireland, will have a two-night-only showing on Tuesday and Wednesday, March 17 … more
A large, handmade poster adorned the wall right inside St. Peter Interparish School in Jefferson City. It contained the letters K, N and D. Students stopped to stand between the K and the N, … more
The St. Patrick’s Day envelope and special postage cancellation have been a long-standing tradition for Shrine of St. Patrick parish and the small village of St. Patrick in northeastern … more
Osage County native Sister Bernice Orscheln, 85, of the School Sisters of Notre Dame (SSND), died peacefully the afternoon of Feb. 15, at her home at St. Mary of the Pines in Chatawa, … more
Jon Robertson had been an executive at the Bank of St. Elizabeth for over a decade when a member of the nearby First Baptist Church dropped by his office. “She said they were looking for … more
Free of heavy debt, Fr. Tolton Regional Catholic High School in Columbia can now focus more intently on its mission and its future. Bishop W. Shawn McKnight announced Feb. 25 that “multiple … more
By Jay Nies For Catholics, “40” isn’t the new anything. The number of days in Lent draws on thousands of years of salvation history recorded in the Bible. Even so, no two … more
CLICK HERE to see a gallery of photos from this event. Much as the pealing strains of a brass bell summon the faithful to worship each Sunday, efforts to place that bell in a safe, new tower … more
Benedictine Brother Irenaeus Petree made his solemn profession of vows as a monk of Subiaco Abbey on Aug. 31, 2019, in the St. Benedict Abbey Church in Subiaco, Arkansas.  Luke Petree was … more
CLICK HERE to read a related article. Kenya Fuemmeler is committed to keeping the “Catholic” in Helias Catholic High School. “You should be able to tell from the moment you … more
Bishop W. Shawn McKnight has appointed Father Stephen Jones as director of stewardship for the Diocese of Jefferson City, a new position that will provide support to the 95 parishes in the … more
CLICK HERE TO read Bishop McKnight’s related Making Connections column. The late Father Henry Reichert of Tipton once proclaimed, “The best song has never been sung. It’s waiting … more
Lent is a good time for an examination of conscience and to receive the sacrament of reconciliation in preparation for Easter. Here is a partial list of Lenten communal reconciliation services in the … more
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