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Bishop W. Shawn McKnight and Erin Vader Ed.D, diocesan superintendent of Catholic schools, join a distinguished slate of dignitaries and school representatives for the ground-breaking ceremony for … more
SCROLL THE ARROWS to see more photos.  CLICK HERE to see a gallery of photos from this event. The faithful who gather around the altar for Mass stand in the presence of the entire … more
CLICK HERE to see a video from Cardinal Dolan’s homily. “Nothing brings us closer to Jesus and one another than the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass.” Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan … more
Flags and hearts bowed down to the eternal God, who rules over the living and the dead and is merciful to all. To him, several hundred people offered sacrifice and supplication during the … more
Growth, undeniable tensions and “a deep desire to rebuild and strengthen” the body of Christ have emerged as key themes in the latest synod report for the Catholic Church in the U.S. … more
Ever dreamt of visiting the Gateway to the West? That was me, a young man from the Dominican Republic, raised next to the vibrant border with Haiti. Growing up in a Catholic family, service … more
Fr. Tolton Regional Catholic High School graduating senior Solomon Canoy told his 75 classmates to “live like Fr. Mike.” Father Mike Coleman, their chaplain, urged them to “be … more
Helias Catholic High School’s Class of 2024 chose for its senior song “You’ll Never Walk Alone” from the Broadway musical “Carousel.” The haunting ballad was … more
Bishop Earl K. Fernandes needed a deacon to assist him at a Mass for the 10th anniversary of the Swahili Catholic Community in Columbus, Ohio. “Why not?” said Rev. Mr. Christopher … more
Catholics in the Jefferson City diocese will play an important role for a few days this summer in making the case that Jesus meant what he said. Namely: “This is my Body, which will be … more
CLICK HERE to see a gallery of photos from this event.,5322 The moon rose up in broad daylight above … more
Angelle Hall was leading a Holy Week pilgrimage to the Marian shrines of Wisconsin when she got the email. It said she had been chosen to receive the Catholic Campus Ministry Association’s … more
Growing up on a farm in Hermann, Darlene Aubuchon had plenty to do outside to keep her busy, but she did pick up some cooking skills along the way. “I was a pure farm girl,” she … more
SCROLL THE ARROWS to see more photos. Sacred Heart Parish’s new St. Margaret Mary Alacoque Annex in Rich Fountain is a testament to hard work and fervent prayer. The building on the … more
SCROLL THE ARROWS to see more photos. Michael and Cheryl Kelly have been helping build up the Church in and around Columbia for decades. Now, their efforts have garnered recognition from … more
The SEEK24 Catholic conference, put on by the Fellowship of Catholic University Students (FOCUS), attracted some 24,000 people to the America’s Center in St. Louis for talks, workshops and … more
Did you know that arthritis is the leading cause of disability in the United States? It affects millions of people, but the good news is that there is a program that can help improve … more
The following reflection is from a member of St. Joseph Parish in Hurricane Branch: Our beautiful church grounds were not exempt from the ash tree disease that has destroyed thousands of ash … more
Not everyone in the Church has the same calling from God, but all are called to participate in the great work of creation and redemption. And no one can do it alone. “Rather, we are … more
Gregory Clever grew up in a place where urban and rural overlap. His heart always leaned toward the rural. “I like conservation and finding God in nature, and the prospect of serving … more
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