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A woman saw the models and immediately summoned her young daughter. Together, they marveled at the display of realistic replicas of babies at various stages of development in the womb, including … more
Deacon Matthew McLaughlin’s rocky road back to the faith ran through the middle of the University Missouri-Rolla (UMR) campus and into the Rolla Catholic Newman Center. Several decades … more
CLICK HERE to see a gallery of photos from this event. The 30-foot-tall crucifix that gives the student entrance to Helias Catholic High School its name is much more than a symbol for the … more
Through the mind of a historian and the heart of a mom, Venerable Father Augustus Tolton’s heroic virtues were given a full hearing before the children at a camp bearing his name. … more
Several women throughout Osage County have started a group called Osage County Faith in Action, many of whom are faith-filled and want to give back to local parishes, communities in the United … more
Jane Lee Weiland, formerly a teacher at St. Mary School in Glasgow, who became Catholic two years ago at St. Joseph Parish in Fayette, has written a historical book about three heroic women. The … more
Students are already settling into their routines when the 8 a.m. bell officially kicks off the 158th year of Catholic education in Hannibal. Children in pre-school through eighth grade at Holy … more
“Offer it up to God and put it at the foot of the cross.” Say that with the same “Jersey” accent as the family matriarch on a dozen TV sit-coms, and you’ll hear … more
Dwena Winkler did not know what to expect from the Cathedral of St. Joseph’s renovation. During her visit to the nearly completed Cathedral on Aug. 7, she could not believe what she saw. … more
“What part of ourselves do we deliberately choose to reserve from belonging to Christ and his Church?” Every Christian must seriously consider that question in order to become a true … more
Father Stephen Jones, director of stewardship for the diocese, is chairman of the newly convened Diocesan Stewardship Council. Patricia Lutz, associate stewardship director, is the recording … more
This is the first in a series of teachings and reflections offered by the moderator of spiritual formation for the Jefferson City diocese. Like so many faithful souls around the world, I am a … more
Father Dylan Schrader’s parishioners asked for more opportunities to learn about their faith, so he’ll give them what they asked for. Every Sunday, from the pulpit, throughout the … more
SCROLL THE ARROWS to see more photos. “It could have been so much worse.” Joyce Delaney held back tears as she looked out at the storm-ravaged homes, businesses and trees, then … more
This is an article to help increase the understanding of co-responsibility in the Church. With help from his advisors, Bishop W. Shawn McKnight has put new safeguards into place for ensuring … more
SCROLL THE ARROWS to see more photos. CLICK HERE to see a gallery of photos from this event. Vibrantly hued sunlight, aromatic smoke and ethereal chants filled a thousand gothic arches, … more
SCROLL THE ARROWS to see more photos. Families, friends and well-wishers formed a circle of prayer in the sunlight-saturated great room of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Child Development Center … more
An old family pork sausage recipe turned out to be well liked, 1,000 pounds worth, and helped earn Hermann Knights of Columbus Council 1914 a prestigious award. The Knights’ Missouri State … more
Several Catholic schools in the Jefferson City have new principals for the upcoming academic year. Here’s some information about them and their approach to Catholic education. … more
St. Alexander Catholic Parish in Belle recently showed Jesus’s love and mercy in a “big” way to the local community. Parishioners entered a float in the June 28 parade kicking … more
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