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The foundational voices of a new organ have been matched to the acoustics of the Cathedral of St. Joseph in Jefferson City. This important step will ensure that all the pipes being created for … more
SCROLL THE ARROWS to see more photos. CLICK HERE to see a gallery of photos from these events. CLICK HERE to read a related article. The mortal flesh of two holy men pierced the … more
The Catholic Missourian Editor Jay Nies likes to begin his articles by placing the story in God’s hands. Before asking a single interview question, he invites his guests to join him in … more
A triumph of the Immaculate Heart of Mary is an answer to prayer for families involved in Catholic education in and near Jefferson City. A generous gift and a providential turn of events means … more
One night while Father Daniel Merz was in first grade, he prayed in the dark before bed: “God, I just want to see you. Show me your face just once.” “To some extent, … more
A tide rises and recedes on one shore just as it cycles back on another. Such are the bonds of mission among the people of central and northern Missouri and several dioceses thousands of miles … more
HAGA CLIC AQUÍ para ver una galería de fotos de este evento. CLICK HERE to read this article in English. “Una familia, una fe, una Iglesia”. Las palabras del … more
CLICK HERE to see a gallery of photos from this event. HAGA CLIC AQUÍ para leer un artículo relacionado en español. “Una familia, una fe, una Iglesia.” … more
CLICK HERE to read a related article. People were heaping accolades on Father John Vianney for the miraculous healings God was working through him. The unassuming pastor finally had enough. … more
CLICK HERE to read a related article. Pope Francis’s representative to this country came and saw the work of Catholic Charities of Central and Northern Missouri, and he talked to the … more
As more information becomes available about the times and events planned in the various parishes for the July 9-16, 2023, hosting of the relics of Blessed Carlos Acutis and St. Manuel González … more
Is a calling and a vocation the same thing? We tend to use the terms interchangeably. While they are similar in nature, there is a distinction between the two. A calling is universal. The … more
Mark Saucier has received national recognition for his perennial reflections in The Catholic Missourian . The Catholic Media Association (CMA) awarded him second place in the “Best Regular … more
CLICK HERE to see a gallery of photos from this event. http://catholicmissourianonline.com/stories/photos-diaconal-ordination-of-deacon-christopher-hoffmann,4657 Jesus came to do the will … more
This the latest installment in a series of articles on the Permanent Diaconate: In his book Understanding the Diaconate: Historical, Theological and Sociological Foundations , Bishop W. Shawn … more
Once while on a sabbatical, Father Donald Antweiler got to spend the night in a tent on the edge of a steep cliff. The view was breathtaking, but in order to appreciate it, he had to subvert his … more
Christopher Hoffmann might have been waiting for a more concrete sign of God’s desire for him to be a priest. What he got was a steadily growing reassurance that this is, in fact, what God … more
CLICK HERE to see a gallery of photos. The torch is gradually being passed to a new generation of pro-life Missourians, the first to experience life in a post- Roe America. Young people … more
It’s not always easy to follow the path God has in mind. But it is always worthwhile. “Ultimately, vocation is the call to be a saint,” Father Paul Clark, vocation … more
One of the Scripture readings at the ordination of a deacon comes from the Acts of the Apostles, Chapter 6. It recalls the selection of the first seven deacons of the Church. The Apostles … more
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