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April is Fair Housing Awareness Month, commemorating the passing of the Fair Housing Act in 1968. The Fair Housing Act prohibits discrimination in housing because of race, color, national … more
CLICK HERE to read an introductory story about this report. Approximately 300 people participated, in five locations and in Zoom sessions. The groups were very homogeneous: few under age 50, few … more
“Take up your cross and follow me” — Members of St. Vincent de Paul Parish of Pettis County present an elaborate, live reenactment of the Stations of the Cross outside St. Patrick … more
The Lord who conquered death by dying and rising cements his reign with mercy, peace and reconciliation. So should it be for all who follow him and hope to inherit his gift of eternal life. … more
CLICK HERE to watch the livestream video of Fr. Dalton’s presentation in Jefferson City. CLICK HERE to watch the livestream video of Fr. Dalton’s presentation in Colubia. Much … more
CLICK HERE to see the first of two photo galleries from this event. SCROLL THE ARROWS to see more photos. The Prayer After Communion put an exclamation point on all else that had been said … more
Like the Apostles who caught a glimpse of Jesus’s glory at his Transfiguration, people aren’t in much of hurry to leave the Cathedral of St. Joseph these days. They tend to linger … more
Some people remember it from the old St. Peter Church. It was painted in detailed color and given by the Ordway Family while they were grieving the death of their son in World War I. The … more
A project to build a new kitchen for a large Catholic boarding school in Uganda will move forward, with money to spare. Unwavering support from students, staff, families and Our Lady of Lourdes … more
Nate Pfenenger took his chances, rolled the dice and came out a winner. Specifically, he turned 20,400 black dice into an intricate, larger-than-life-size mosaic portrait of Venerable Father … more
CLICK HERE to read a related story. Bishop W. Shawn McKnight has summoned Rev. Mr. Christopher Hoffmann to be ordained a priest and seminarian Gregory Clever to be ordained a transitional … more
To address the growing needs of mid-Missourians, community organizations and local collaborators are strengthening relationships to provide essential support and resources. The Catholic … more
Father William Peckman hopes every participant will have his complacency reduced to ashes during the inaugural Heart of a Hero Men’s Conference on Friday and Saturday, April 19 and 20, in … more
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
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