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“Better Together” isn’t just a catchy phrase. It’s a concrete reality, especially in times of need and uncertainty. “We’ve been building relationships, … more
Sing-alongs, dance-alongs, prayers, worship anthems, spontaneous comedy, banter and heaven-knows-what-else. “That’s why we’re calling it ‘Music ’n Stuff.’ We … more
When my adult children were young, they would occasionally inquire on a Sunday morning when having a hard time waking up, ‘Do we have to go to Church?” To which I would reply, … more
As the coronavirus spreads, the list of canceled public events has come to include even Catholic Masses. As people adjust their habits to include more vigorous handwashing, for Catholics, aspects … more
“It’s overwhelming sometimes — God’s love and compassion for us and how He fights for us to come back to Him.” Amanda Cheely stood in the undercroft of the Cathedral … more
As a reflection of His own communal nature, God created all people in and for relationship. “But in particular as women, we are created as radically relational beings,” inspirational … more
The road to the Rite of Election and Call to Continuing Conversion can be as direct as Interstate 70 or as hilly and serpentine as some of the lettered highways in this diocese. But for all … more
Someone standing next to Amy Earl looked out from the cathedral sanctuary at all the catechumens who were stepping forward with their godparents during the Rite of Election and Call to Continuing … more
Bishop W. Shawn Mc­Knight announced March 17 that all public Masses will be suspended in the Diocese of Jefferson City, beginning on Wednesday, March 18 and until at least April 3. This means … more
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
Monsignor Robert A. Kurwicki, chaplain of the Missouri House of Representatives, led the assembly in praying the following prayer on March 18:   “Do not be afraid, little … 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
Bishop W. Shawn McKnight of Jefferson City addressed the following message to the people of the diocese, regarding the response of the Church in this diocese to the current and potential effects of … 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
A LINK TO A VIDEO OF THIS MASS WILL BE POSTED SOON. It is worth noting that none of St. Joseph’s words are recorded in Sacred Scripture — only his decisive and obedient … 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
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