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CLICK HERE to see a gallery of photos from this event.,3875 Doors and … more
When it comes to boys’ golf in Missouri, it would be fair to say the program at Helias Catholic High School in Jefferson City has in many ways set the gold standard. Just look at the numbers … more
Delbert Hayes looked up at the life-size crucifix he had worked on for three years and was startled to realize the moment he had captured. It was the instant Jesus bowed His head and yielded up … more
A grand Via Dolorosa once ascended the hill toward Villa Panorama. Fourteen monolithic kiosks of colorful native stone bore detailed relief images of Christ’s suffering, death and … more
Jesus’s 40 days in the dessert cannot be fully understood without considering His Baptism in the River Jordan that preceded His public ministry. “At the Baptism of Jesus, three things … more
After being delayed 11 months due to the pandemic, the Knights of Columbus Clear Creek Council 2261 celebrated its 100th anniversary on Saturday, March 5, with a Mass offered by Father Mark Smith, … more
The Most Reverend W. Shawn McKnight, Bishop of Jefferson City, announces the following appointments:   Reverend Ernest Dike, from modified temporary Parochial Administrator of Immaculate … more
The newly restored Stations of the Cross in St. Joseph Church in Palmyra combine the radiance of Jesus’s Transfiguration on Mount Tabor with vivid depictions of His suffering while carrying His … more
A great cloud of witnesses amassed within Our Lady of Lourdes Church in Columbia. Seventy-six people from all over the diocese who are seeking Baptism at the Easter Vigil, and 88 candidates for … more
Bowed heads, low murmurs — it’s almost like you’ve stumbled into a prayer group. Well, most of the time. The women of St. Rita’s Circle at St. Peter Parish in Jefferson … more
The woman was waiting on the sidewalk outside the Cathedral of St. Joseph when her husband pulled the car up. He stepped out, helped her into the car, folded the wheelchair, lifted it into the … more
The constant need for reassessment, renewal and re­allocation in the Church is not unique to the Jefferson City diocese. Archdioceses and dioceses throughout the United States are in various … 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
The following was written by the bishop of Gallup, New Mexico, who is chairman of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) Committee on National Collections. Catholic Relief Services is a … more
SCROLL THE ARROWS to see more photos. A beautiful story of loss and renewal, rendered in song and dance with a cast of 54, anchors Helias Catholic High School’s spring musical production of … more
On a wintry January day at the old St. Theresa Cemetery in rural Meade County, Janice Mulligan laid a simple wreath of magnolia leaves on the grave of Matilda (Hurd) Chisley — a woman who spent … more
\ Pope St. John Paul II famously insisted that “God made us for joy!” and repeatedly reminded young people, “Do not be afraid to be the saints of the New … more
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
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