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Mason, a senior at Helias Catholic High School, knew he would need to complete service hours throughout the 2023 school year, but wasn’t quite sure how he’d get those finished, or who he … more
When I was first asked to share my story — the reason behind my excitement to give to Catholic Charities of Central and Northern Missouri — the Gospel at Sunday Mass was the reading from … more
2023 wasn’t just a year of work for Catholic Charities of Central and Northern Missouri, the charitable arm of the Diocese of Jefferson City; it was a testament to the transformative power of … more
A confidential telephone hotline has been created for reporting unethical or unprofessional behavior in the Diocese of Jefferson City. The number is 573-635-0386. “To truly have … more
People in parishes throughout the diocese are moving into the intense, final stages of preparation to receive Sacraments of Initiation at Easter. They will mark an important milestone on Sunday, … more
SCROLL THE ARROWS to see an additional photo. The Jefferson City diocese’s Cursillo Movement held its Fall 2023 Weekends in the northern part of the diocese. This was the first time … more
As another Lenten journey of conversion begins on Ash Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2024, and ends with the Mass of the Lord’s Supper on Holy Thursday, March 28, 2024, Holy Mother Church calls all … more
CLICK HERE to read a related story. Six years ago, the late Redemptorist Father Richard Boever invited Sister Karen Thein of the School Sisters of Notre Dame to “be a presence” in … more
January’s bone-chilling cold snap stretched the resources of Sedalia’s all-volunteer warming shelter to the limit. But they held. “It’s amazing what a community can … more
Albert knelt down before the Blessed Sacrament and emptied his heart. “Why would you do this to me? What are you thinking? I’ve worked so hard, and I’m finally getting close to … more
Tim Wellman was taking geometry at Palmyra R-1 High School when the COVID-19 pandemic hit and schools abruptly switched to remote learning. Mr. Wellman detested geometric proofs, especially … more
The Son of God — God’s Holy Word — became one like us in order to become one WITH us for all eternity. For Jefferson City native Sister Cathy Vetter of the Sisters of Charity … more
The hard-working teachers and staff members of the Diocese of Jefferson City’s Catholic Schools got a welcome surprise for Catholic Schools Week. Each of them received a bonus — more … more
“How can we help them?”  I hear this question often as I participate in parish engagement work at Catholic Charities of Central and Northern Missouri. I heard it during … more
Into the 1930s, county sheriffs in Missouri carried out death sentences in their jurisdictions by hanging. The executions were public spectacles that often drew crowds. So it was for Harry … more
CLICK HERE to read The Catholic Missourian’s 1999 article about the Papal Youth Rally. CLICK HERE to read The Catholic Missourian’s 1999 article about the Papal Mass. Rebecca … more
St. Patrick Parish is built on layers of history, faith and sacrifice. According to the parish website, the first parishioners were Irish railroad workers laboring in the frontier town during … more
Grace and blessings cascaded through the corridors and concourses of the America’s Center Convention Complex in St. Louis. Nearly 24,000 mostly college-age Catholics from all over the … more
SCROLL THE ARROWS to see more photos.  The leaders of Fr. Tolton Regional Catholic High School in Columbia choose a theme for each new school year. This year’s theme is … more
More families in the Diocese of Jefferson City are choosing a Catholic education for their children as diocesan schools have continued a multi-year trend of stable, growing enrollment. … more
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