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A recent federal appellate court ruling could bring an end to surgical and chemical-induced abortions at Planned Parenthood in Columbia, at least for now. A panel of judges from the Eighth … more
For people whose relationship with God is distant or casual, today is the day to start moving toward greatness. For those who are already headed in that direction, now is the time to pick up … more
LEFT: Sister Laura Magowan of the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word greets Father César Anicama at a farewell reception for him at Immaculate Conception parish in Jefferson City. … more
There is a large framed image hanging in the St. Peter Parish Life Center, of the late Monsignor Joseph Vogelweid offering Mass in St. Peter Church. Large letters under the photo spell out … more
A college student once asked Dr. Edward Hogan, “Suppose I had a friend who left the Church because they were gay. What would you say to them?” Dr. Hogan responded, “I would … more
Several hundred pilgrims from as far as St. Louis and Kansas City take part in this year's Fall Pilgrimage to the Shrine of Our Lady of Sorrows in Starkenburg. The day included Adoration of the Most … more
Father Dylan Schrader, pastor of St. Brendan parish in Mexico, will offer Mass in the extraordinary form at 7 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 14, in St. Peter Church, 216 Broadway St. in Jefferson … more
Deacon Larry Hildebrand carried a guilt-laden heart to confession during a Cursillo weekend. “I helped kill a man who isn’t dead yet,” he told the priest. Over 15 years … more
Somehow, it didn’t seem unusual for Brad Berhorst to be drawn into a theological discussion while on the job at Office Depot. It must have gone well, because his customer, a … more
Shawn Carney has joined prayer warriors on the sidewalks in front of hundreds of abortion facilities throughout the United States. Each of those facilities is “the epitome of the lack of … more
NOTE: The deadline for registering for this event is Wednesday, Sept. 5. CLICK HERE to register.   Cooper Ray’s 3-year-old son didn’t want to leave his backyard wading … more
With growing confidence and growing strength in the air, Major General Don D. Pittman overcame a modest background, rose through the ranks of the U.S. Air Force and exemplified courage and … more
Missouri’s Roman Catholic bishops recently issued a statement opposing the use of a new method of disposing of human remains, named alkaline hydrolysis. This method, sometimes referred to as … more
Whether segregated, held in bondage or otherwise marginalized by people of their own Church, a historical slate of African American candidates for sainthood poses a daunting question: Why did … more
Jefferson City, Missouri Bishop W. Shawn McKnight is taking concrete steps to heal the wounds of sexual abuse in the Church, hold himself to higher standards of accountability, and help … more
Bishop W. Shawn McKnight directed that the following letter be read from the pulpit at all Sunday Masses Aug. 18-19 in the Diocese of Jefferson City:   Dear Faithful and Clergy of the … more
A calm, blue sky with just a touch of haze met the procession of vehicles heading toward Clark Avenue and East McCarty Street. There were hugs and selfies and choruses of “Welcome back. … more
Father Dylan Schrader, pastor of St. Brendan parish in Mexico, will offer Mass in the extraordinary form at 7 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 14, in St. Peter Church, 216 Broadway St. in Jefferson City. The … more
CLICK HERE TO READ A RELATED ARTICLE. Negotiations currently under way will probably lead to the sale of the last two Catholic hospitals in this diocese before the end of the … more
CLICK HERE TO READ A RELATED ARTICLE. Father James Finder looked out from the pulpit in the chapel of SSM St. Mary’s Hospital in Jefferson City. “It’s easy to be Catholic … more
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