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CLICK HERE to see a gallery of photos from this event. CLICK HERE to read a related article. “It’s one of those signs that holiness doesn’t know color.” Father … more
CLICK HERE to see a gallery of photos. Northern sunlight illuminates a panorama of Missouri wildlife, flowers and fauna. A bishop, a priest and a deacon lead a procession through a glorified … more
The parish community is the presence of the Church in a given territory — the network of relationships through which Christ’s followers are saved and by which they draw others toward His … more
Tom Turner’s brother had been helping a man in need for years. Mr. Turner once offered to step up and relieve him. “He’s MY Lazarus! You go find your own!” the brother … more
The U.S. Supreme Court’s Carson v. Makin ruling could eventually expand educational options for Catholic families and close out a longstanding relic of 19th-century anti-Catholic bias in … more
CLICK HERE to read a related article. Father Michael Penn brought to mind a line from one of the praise anthems sung earlier in the evening by the Spellman College Choir of Atlanta. “We … more
The Catholic Missourian is making changes to how it accepts information for its “People Page,” beginning Aug. 1, 2022. From that time forward, all names for the “People … more
Father Donald Antweiler doesn’t much care for the title “Reverend.” He prefers “Father,” “Servant” or “Pastor,” which is Latin for … more
CLICK HERE to see a gallery of photos from this event.,4023 Just as a thunderstorm … more
CLICK HERE to see a gallery of photos from this event. The universal languages of relief, resolve and joy filled every pathway and pavilion of the Cosmopolitan Recreation Area in Columbia the … more
Within 20 years of Belgian Jesuits bringing Christianity to the Oraon Tribal people in what is now Father Alex Ekka’s home diocese of Jashpur, India, boys in that area began wondering if they … 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
Immaculate Conception School in Jefferson City has set a new gold standard for reinforcing positive behavior among all of its students. It recently became the first non-public school in Missouri … more
Jim Coleman wasn’t at all interested in portraying Venerable Father Augustus Tolton in a national traveling theater production. While he found the story of America’s first recognized … more
CLICK HERE to read a related article in The Catholic Missourian. CLICK HERE to read the full text of the report. In this issue of The Catholic Missourian, the report of the diocesan … more
CLICK HERE to read the full text of the report. People speaking from inside and outside the Church want it to be a joy-filled, hopeful, welcoming presence in their communities, attracting people … more
CLICK HERE to see a gallery of photos from this event. Dominican Sister Suzanne Walker’s pending retirement after 38 years as principal marks a new era for Holy Rosary School in Monroe … more
Constance Schepers has spent the past 32 years building bridges between parishes and the central administration of the Jefferson City diocese. “We’re here to help them,” she … more
On Easter Sunday, about 100 worshippers filtered into a 150-year-old church in rural northern Missouri for a Spanish-language Mass. Lively hymns filled the room, echoing off of stained glass and … more
Jesus is never diminished or depleted, despite the complete giving of Himself at every Eucharist. His intention is to be with His people always, fill them with His life and join with them as an … more
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