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Lenten is a good time for an examination of conscience and to receive the sacrament of reconciliation in preparation for the celebration of Christ’s passion, death and reconciliation. Here is a … more
Shrine of St. Patrick Parish in St. Patrick will celebrate the 65th anniversary of the completion of the shrine during its annual St. Patrick’s Day celebration on Sunday, March 13. Father … more
Sacred music has the power to focus people on God and draw them into a deeper relationship with Him and one another. People entrusted with harnessing that power in their parishes should always be … more
A group of parishioners from Immaculate Conception Parish in Jefferson City have created “A Season of Hope,” an online Lenten resource focused on care for creation. Weekly topics … more
Sister Eula Linnebur, 87, of the Sisters of St. Joseph, died on Feb. 17 in Wichita, Kansas. She had been a member of the Congregation of St. Joseph for 72 years. The Mass of Christian Burial … more
Sacred Heart School in Sedalia announced this year’s inductees into the Sacred Heart Hall of Fame during an all-school Mass on Feb. 17. Tim and Sally Alley — Sally Alley is a 1969 … more
When renovations are completed next year, the Cathedral of St. Joseph in Jefferson City won’t just have a renewed appearance, it will also have a clearer, more colorful voice. A new, … more
Monsignor Michael J. Wilbers once shared some priestly advice from an old friend. “Keep close to the Lord Jesus in your prayer. Keep close to the Lord Jesus in your work and ministry. Seek … more
Eleven long-married couples gathered in a semicircle around the temporary altar in the Montgomery City Knights of Columbus Hall. Father Ernest Dike extended his hands and called down a blessing … more
SCROLL THE ARROWS to see a close-up of the image. A light stood out from the others, and it was in the shape of a cross. Marian Scheppers Forck made the discovery while looking at photos she … more
CLICK HERE to see a gallery of photos.  A powerful typhoon that struck the vulnerable region of the Philippines nine days before Christmas compounded the misery from COVID, industrial … more
The six men who received Distinguished Graduate Awards from St. George School in Linn this year have an unusually personal connection to the school. Each is married to one of the … more
SCROLL THE ARROWS to see more photos.  Each year during Catholic Schools Week, Catholic schools throughout the country honor graduates that exemplify the schools’ values and … more
As another Lenten journey of conversion begins on Ash Wednesday, March 2, 2022, and ends with the Mass of the Lord’s Supper on Holy Thursday, April 14, 2022, the Catholic Church calls all … more
Members of the Fr. Tolton Pro-Life Club, as well as other student supporters, staff and faculty at Fr. Tolton Regional Catholic High School in Columbia, brave freezing temperatures in support of the … more
Students of Immaculate Conception School in Loose Creek decided to make the best of having snow days during Catholic Schools Week and started a pop-up “Snow Creation” contest around town, … more
A faith-based nonprofit agency focused on giving at-risk, pregnant mothers what they need is about to get a lot of room to grow. The St. Raymond’s Society (SRS) has entered into an agreement … more
SCROLL THE ARROWS to see additional photos from this event. There’s never an easy time to serve a first responder, but it seems particularly difficult these days. “So let us keep … more
CLICK HERE to see a gallery of photos from this event. Not even the children were spared. About 1.5 million of the 6 million Jewish people who are known to have died in the Holocaust in … more
Historian Dr. Gary R. Kremer PhD. speaks of Missouri and its people with equal parts reverence and exasperation. They’re like family to him. “Missouri is my home. It always has … more
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