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New moms in Clark County in the northeastern part of the diocese don’t have to be worried about being overwhelmed these days, thanks to the generosity of the parishioners of St. Michael Parish … more
CLICK HERE to see a gallery of photos from this event. “Where are you going? Where are you headed?” Those were the Blessed Mother’s first words to St. Juan Diego during one … more
Dominican Sister Catherine Stewart had emergency surgery on Aug. 6, 2014 — the Feast of the Transfiguration. “I will never forget the transfiguration I experienced that day,” … more
Merciful like the Father. Merciful like the Son. “All of our past sins against God and one another have been nailed to the cross; so now is the time for us to practice the mercy we have … more
Helias Catholic High School President and Principal Kenya Fuemmeler set the tone with a quote from Jesus: “Truly, I tell you: whatever you did for these brothers and sisters of Mine, you did … more
Bishop W. Shawn Mc-Knight and his fellow Roman Catholic bishops of Missouri issued a statement April 13 calling on state lawmakers to allocate funding for the Medicaid expansion voters approved last … more
Shrine of St. Patrick Parish in St. Patrick recently presented its 2021 Historical Preservation Award to the late Monsignor Francis O’Duignan. As pastor of the parish from 1935 until 1957, … more
April 1 would be the 167th birthday of Father Augustus Tolton — and there are a few places in St. Louis where the 19th-century priest is remembered, including a new one just in time for his … more
“I’m convinced that there’s a lot more hope than people dare to feel.” Teresa Pitt Green spoke of experiencing unbridled Easter joy despite her own history of sex-abuse as … more
CLICK HERE to see a gallery of photos from the Chrism Mass. CLICK HERE for an archive of livestream broadcasts of the Chrism Mass and Masses for Holy Week and Easter in the Cathedral of St. … more
CLICK HERE to see a gallery of photos from this event. The soaking rain and splashing cars made everything gray, dingy and uncomfortable. It was perfect for a sidewalk gathering outside a … more
CLICK HERE to read a related article from 2019. Celebrating Easter taps into the universal human longing for joy and resurrection to win out over sadness, fear and death. And whether … more
In some ways, it had to be awkward to be married to the Blessed Mother, who was conceived without sin, and to help her raise Jesus, the Son of God. “Joseph was the only sinner in the … more
A version of this article was originally published in the January 2021 edition of Columbia, magazine of the Knights of Columbus.   By Jay Nies Faith received Holy Communion, returned … more
CLICK HERE to see a gallery of photos from this event. The crowd’s spontaneous reaction was much like that of the Solar Eclipse in the summer of 2017. People cheered and gazed up in … more
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An astounding display of unity and affirmation of human life will be held on the grounds of the State Capitol on Wednesday, April 14. This year’s Midwest March for Life and rally will unite … more
“We might be the only form of Jesus some people see.” Richard and Libby Cody talked about why they volunteered to help staff a community warming center in the Holy Family School Gym in … more
Many churches throughout the Jefferson City diocese display artwork inspired by St. Joseph, husband of Mary. We offer a collage of photos in honor of his feastday (March 19). (23 photos) more
Parishes in the Jefferson City diocese are taking steps toward life after COVID-19, but vigilance remains necessary to prevent a new surge of infections. Therefore, the dispensation from in-person … more
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