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Editor’s note: Joseph Benevento Ph.D., a member of Mary Immaculate Parish in Kirksville, is the author of My Perfect Wife, Her Perfect Son, a novel about St. Joseph and the Holy Family. He is … more
Reaching out to those in need is as big a blessing to Carolyn Saucier as it is to those with whom she interacts. Mrs. Saucier has spent years volunteering with unhoused residents in Jefferson … more
Nicholas and Sharon Liese realized on the Solemnity of St. Joseph that they needed more than the faith of their upbringing. They needed the Eucharist. They needed the Sacraments, the Holy … more
The 2024 Easter Special Collection that will be taken up in parishes throughout the diocese will benefit retired priests and retired members of religious orders and congregations. A special … more
One day, the children were so wound up that all Anna Schubert could teach them was the first of the five Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary. And, as it turns out, that was enough. … more
For the first time in three years, the Chrism Mass will be back in the renovated Cathedral of St. Joseph this year. Bishop W. Shawn Mc­Knight invites the faithful to join him and the priests … more
Lisa McArdle says her children have taught her more about the Stewardship Way of Life than she’s taught them. “A lot of people assume when you talk about stewardship that it’s … more
The calling of a Christian is both universal and unique to each individual. The Luminous Mysteries of the Rosary shed light on that calling through specific moments when Jesus embraced, shared … more
Now is a very acceptable time. A time like no other. “It’s time for me to do what I’ve always wanted to do,” said Julia Parker. “And I need support now, and I … more
Scott Frank flatly acknowledges that he wasn’t a stand-out scholar or athlete. Not until he had Mike Jeffries and Chris Cooper as teachers and coaches at Helias Catholic High School. … more
Father Andrew Auer met up with a handful of students at Shakespeare’s Pizza near the University of Missouri-Columbia campus. Over a couple of extra-large pizzas and salad, the group … more
Each year during Catholic Schools Week, Catholic schools throughout the country, in cooperation with the National Catholic Education Association (NCEA), honor graduates that exemplify the … more
Lent is a good time for an examination of conscience and to receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation in preparation for Easter. Here is a partial list of Lenten communal reconciliation services in the … more
Jefferson City native Sister Rose Miriam Wegman of the School Sisters of Notre Dame, 92, died peacefully in the early hours of Jan. 31, at Anna House, The Sarah Community, in Bridgeton. The … more
Applications are being accepted through April 5 for people who wish to serve on the newly created Diocesan Youth Council (DYC). Bishop W. McKnight established the council on Feb. 16. The … more
The Jefferson City Diocese Chapter of National Association of Pastoral Musicians (NPM) is offering scholarships for people in the diocese to attend the NPM National Convention, July 8-10 in Kansas … more
It’s time to finish the work, say administrators, boosters and friends of Helias Catholic High School in Jefferson City. The school has launched its Spirit of Excellence Campaign to raise … more
Father C. Duane “Bo” Ryan remembers the moment he first spoke the words of consecration and knew he was holding the Body of Christ in his mortal hands. “Thrilling! Thrilling … more
“Jesus forgave us of our sins so that we could go somewhere with him. Where do we want to go with Jesus?” Hands all over St. Stanislaus Church in Wardsville flew into the air. … more
Seventeen sisters representing religious communities on mission throughout the Church in central and northeastern Missouri gathered with Bishop W. Shawn McKnight Feb. 4 to celebrate the World Day for … more
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