Missouri Catholic Conference
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CLICK HERE to see a gallery of photos from this event. http://catholicmissourianonline.com/stories/photos-decision-day-rally-outside-the-missouri-supreme-court,4023 Just as a thunderstorm … more
For years, Deacon Tyler McClay has patiently listened to people say that the Church should “stay in your own lane” and avoid commenting on public-policy issues.  “This IS … more
Babies born to women in prison would be able to stay with their mothers for up to 18 months under a bill awaiting action by the Missouri Senate. The state’s House of Representatives has … more
Catholic Charities of Central and Northern Missouri (CCCNMO) will host a celebration marking the grand opening of the Catholic Charities Food Pantry, on Friday, March 25, from 10 a.m. to 1 … more
Following a failed clemency request from Pope Francis, Bishop W. Shawn McKnight and his fellow Roman Catholic bishops of Missouri issued a statement Oct. 6, expressing disappointment over the … more
The Missouri Catholic Conference (MCC) has posted links to its 2021 Virtual Annual Assembly. In lieu of holding an in-person event at the Capitol, the MCC has curated a six-episode collection of … more
For Sister Kathleen Wegman of the School Sisters of Notre Dame, help is always better than idleness.  “Each day, we have to decide whether to be Good Samaritans or indifferent … more
CLICK HERE to see two galleries of photos from this event. CLICK HERE to read a related article. Hymns and prayers, cheers and chants echoed off of the buildings along High Street and the … 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
Bishop W. Shawn McKnight joined Archbishop Mitchell T. Rozanski of St. Louis and their fellow U.S. Catholic bishops in calling for a halt to executions by the federal government and an end to the … more
COVID-19 vaccines being developed by two major pharmaceutical companies do not contain human fetal tissue and are free of aluminum salts or ethlymercury, according to the State of Missouri’s … more
Missouri’s Roman Catholic bishops, in their role as officers of the Missouri Catholic Conference, issued the following statement on Nov. 20. The statement’s signatories include: … more
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