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CLICK HERE to see a gallery of photos from this event. The soaking rain and splashing cars made everything gray, dingy and uncomfortable. It was perfect for a sidewalk gathering outside a … more
CLICK HERE to read a related article from 2019. Celebrating Easter taps into the universal human longing for joy and resurrection to win out over sadness, fear and death. And whether … more
In some ways, it had to be awkward to be married to the Blessed Mother, who was conceived without sin, and to help her raise Jesus, the Son of God. “Joseph was the only sinner in the … more
A version of this article was originally published in the January 2021 edition of Columbia, magazine of the Knights of Columbus.   By Jay Nies Faith received Holy Communion, returned … more
CLICK HERE to see a gallery of photos from this event. The crowd’s spontaneous reaction was much like that of the Solar Eclipse in the summer of 2017. People cheered and gazed up in … more
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An astounding display of unity and affirmation of human life will be held on the grounds of the State Capitol on Wednesday, April 14. This year’s Midwest March for Life and rally will unite … more
“We might be the only form of Jesus some people see.” Richard and Libby Cody talked about why they volunteered to help staff a community warming center in the Holy Family School Gym in … more
Many churches throughout the Jefferson City diocese display artwork inspired by St. Joseph, husband of Mary. We offer a collage of photos in honor of his feastday (March 19). (23 photos) more
Parishes in the Jefferson City diocese are taking steps toward life after COVID-19, but vigilance remains necessary to prevent a new surge of infections. Therefore, the dispensation from in-person … more
CLICK HERE to read a related article from CNS. By Jay Nies Indian Creek native Captain (CPT)Benedict J. Smith kissed his scapular and prayed an Act of Contrition before turning the key to … more
Helias Catholic High School teacher and coach Zachary Rockers takes the school’s mission very seriously. “To me personally, building saints and scholars for Christ is why we’re … more
Whereas guidance from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention of the U.S. Government advises: 1) the more frequently a surface is touched by multiple people, the more frequently it should be … more
Whereas the common good demands that the public health requirements and recommendations of the state are to be observed whenever possible; and   Whereas the Congregation for Divine Worship … more
Bishop W. Shawn Mc-Knight of Jefferson City is calling on Catholics to inoculate themselves from the coronavirus, using any vaccine provided by healthcare officials. “In the current … more
CLICK HERE to read a related article. Bishop W. Shawn McKnight opened his breviary up to the new volume for Lent and Easter, and out fell a crinkled piece of paper. It was a copy of a St. … more
CLICK HERE to read a related article. Norah Harvey transferred to St. Pius X School in Moberly last year when she was in third grade. She’s now one of seven students in grades 1 through … more
Scott Watts has some advice for people who attend the Jefferson City diocese’s third annual Day of Prayer for Vocations on Saturday, March 20, in Jefferson City.  Plan on being part of … more
CLICK HERE to see a gallery of photos from this event. CLICK HERE to read a related article. Jane Weiland is counting down the days to when she’ll get to receive Holy Communion with her … more
CLICK HERE to read a related article. Accompanying each video for Bishop W. Shawn McKnight’s Year of St. Joseph novena is an original prayer, cast in music by Edina native Natalie … more
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