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Cindy Schlueter dropped by a recently resettled Afghan family’s home in Columbia, with clippers to trim up the boys’ hair. The parents and children were kneeling on their colorful … more
From prophetic times to the present, the Holy Spirit has been well known for dispensing truth and inspiration in unexpected ways. That’s why Bishop W. Shawn Mc­Knight wants people … more
The apostle Paul encourages us to pray without ceasing (1 Thessalonians 5:17). That is possible when we begin our morning with prayer and ask the Lord to show us how to act, what to say and how to … more
“Lord, make known Your will throughout the earth; proclaim Your salvation to every nation.” Bishop W. Shawn Mc­Knight led the antiphon for one of the psalms during a Holy Hour and … more
For many years, the tree in front of St. George School in Linn has been part of the landscape, something that might have been taken for granted. Now, however, the area has been transformed as the … more
Catholic Charities of Central and Northern Missouri (CCCNMO) has welcomed new program staff and administrative leaders over the past several months as the agency expands programs and services to meet … more
Help is on the way for pastors, principals, parish bookkeepers and all others who have a hand in hiring, managing and compensating the 2,000 Church employees in the Jefferson City … more
The homage the Wise Men from afar gave the Christ-child in Bethlehem reinforces the Christian belief that Jesus was more than the promised fulfillment of the Messiah for the Jews. He was a Light … more
Deacon Gene Kazmierczak, a deacon of the Jefferson City diocese and recently retired hospital chaplain in Columbia, offered the following message to fellow parishioners of St. Thomas More Newman … more
Miracles are not simply a deviation from the norm nor an interruption of the natural order. They are God’s interventions in the world to restore what should be or to assure what should … more
CLICK HERE to read a related article from CNS. With a year under our belt of the diocesan pastoral plan, and even more time for some parishes to be using a parish pastoral plan, the reviews … more
Sister Anne Boessen of the School Sisters of Notre Dame  (SSND) had a clear vision of what her golden years of religious life would be like. The St. Thomas native dreamed of gazing at the … more
SCROLL THE ARROWS to see more photos. Members of St. Cecilia Parish in Meta pitched in on the First Weekend of Advent to keep a community tradition going for yet another year. They gathered on … more
One of Helias Catholic High School’s band directors will be marching in this year’s Pasadena Tournament of Roses Rose Parade on New Year’s Day. So will his dad. “We hope … more
Bob Simon did not know that his pastor’s beautiful Nativity set was a priceless gift from the priest’s parents in Heppenheim, Germany. He only knew that it was beautiful and that he … more
Several men in particular stages of priestly discernment and formation at the Pontifical College Josephinum in Worthington, Ohio, received important new roles in the Church on Dec. 8, the Solemnity … more
CLICK HERE to see a gallery of photos from this event from St. Patrick School’s The Emerald Press. On Saturday Dec. 11, St. Patrick Parish in Rolla hosted a prayer service and celebration of … more
CLICK HERE to see a list of items needed for donation to help resettling refugees. Missouri’s efforts to partner with local communities and organizations to resettle a wave of refugees from … more
There is a glow in the air at the National Shrine of Mary, Mother of the Church in Laurie. It is not just radiating from the thousands of bulbs that now illuminate the 30-acre outdoor Shrine on … more
Marley Corpe and a group of friends new and old were out getting lunch during this year’s National Catholic Youth Conference (NCYC) in Indianapolis. They came upon a bride-to-be and her … more
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