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“Great Bells as they were; melodious, deep-mouthed, noble Bells; cast in no common metal; made by no common founder ...” — Charles Dickens, “The Chimes” Wide-eyed … more
2022 saw the U.S. Supreme Court give authority over abortion back to the states, and Missouri became the first to ban elective abortions. What comes next? “We get to live in this time in … more
CLICK HERE to see a gallery of photos from this event. The forms were in place, the concrete mixer was roaring to life and Father Francis O’Duignan’s dream was finally taking … more
SCROLL THE ARROWS to see more photos. As I reflect on one year of serving our neighbors in the pantry, I feel immense gratitude. I feel grateful that Catholic Charities has given me the … more
People asked if Father Edward Becker was afraid during his visit to a church near the U.S.-Mexico border earlier this year. No. He was just sad. “Jesus knows from his own personal … more
Something that had been growing for centuries when Jesus walked the earth has been transformed into a focal point for the downstairs Undercroft of the renewed Cathedral of St. Joseph. While on … more
Seven parishes in and near the Capital City will host an evening of silent pilgrimage and prayer following the Mass of the Lord’s Supper on Holy Thursday, April 6. The Most Blessed Sacrament … more
“If Mary was the aura preceding the Diving Sun, Joseph was the horizon illuminated by its splendors.” — St. Leonard of Port Maurice, an 18th-century Franciscan priest By Jay … more
Barbara Prasad is eager to hand on what she’s been given. She wants all Catholic women to have the kind of fellowship and support she’s been able to count on through the best and the … more
The foster father of the Word Made Flesh is conspicuously wordless in the Canon of Sacred Scripture. What would he say if he could tell his side of the story? “He’s the only man in … more
Patrick Murphy wears rose-window-colored glasses on his jaunts through Missouri’s villages and metropolises. Raised “culturally Catholic” before being properly welcomed into the … more
It’s Lent. Forty days of dedication to prayer, penance, almsgiving and fasting in the name of the Lord. Not fasting like medical fasting before a scan or surgery. Not trendy intermittent … more
SCROLL THE ARROWS to see more photos. Benedictine Brother Gabriel Chinn chose a name that reminds him of the Blessed Mother’s “fiat,” and of his own. Baptized Daniel, the … more
SCROLL THE ARROWS to see more photos. For 40 years, the organ in St. Clement Church in St. Clement has been speaking with a distinct brogue. The church was the first in the United States to be … more
SCROLL THE ARROWS to see more photos. The late Father Fred Barnett never let a favor from heaven go to waste. “Pray for a miracle, and you get one,” the longtime pastor of St. … more
In the fall of 2021, Catholic Charities’ Refugee Services Program established Community Sponsorships — an opportunity for local civic groups, churches and Catholic parishes to partner … more
“Within every difficulty and struggle lies the opportunity for grace and transformation. The sooner we learn to let go and let God be in charge, the happier and wiser we will … more
SCROLL THE ARROWS to see more photos. For a decade, even when discussing the internal workings of the Vatican, Pope Francis has insisted the Church is not the Church of Christ if it does not … more
Monsignor David Cox, pastor of St. Stanislaus Parish in Wardsville and St. Margaret of Antioch Parish in Osage Bend, led the opening prayer for a rally in the Missouri State Capitol Rotunda on March … more
Bishop W. Shawn McKnight released the following statement in response to a March 12 shooting in Hermann that resulted in the death of Detective Sgt. Mason Griffith and injured Officer Adam … more
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