12 April 2021

Links to more information are available by clicking on words highlighted in blue. Bishop’s messages Pastors and PLCs to complete and return Safe Environment Compliance Confirmation All pastors and parish life coordinators are asked to download this letter, complete it and return to Connie Schepers no later than May 1. Thank you for your prompt…

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5 April 2021

Links to more information are available by clicking on words highlighted in blue. Bishop’s messages New deaneries, coat of arms effective July 1 On March 9 I issued a decree establishing new deaneries for our diocese, which will be effective July 1. We will be publishing a map of the new deaneries in the April…

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29 March 2021

Links to more information are available by clicking on words highlighted in blue. Bishop’s messages In observance of the Easter Triduum, the Chancery offices will be closed Good Friday and Easter Monday. The Diocese of Jefferson City has a group agreement with ONE LICENSE, which gives our parishes a 20% discount on ONE LICENSE’s rates.…

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Ascension of the Lord

Holy Day of Obligation observed.

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The Solemnity of All Saints

November 1 | The Solemnity of All Saints Day (All Saints Day) is a Holy Day of Obligation. Check Mass times at your local parish.

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Communication and Education Collection

To evangelize through TV, radio, internet and other media to spread the Gospel, and to fund academic scholarships and continuing education of priests of the diocese at the Catholic University of America in Washington, DC.

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Parish News

Stay connected with our parish by enjoying these latest news items

“Consoling the Heart of Jesus” DVD

By Marie Wiskirchen | April 8, 2021

Join Fr. Michael Gaitley, MIC, in a directed group retreat as he delves into the simplicity and grandeur of Consoling Spirituality, using his popular book, Consoling the Heart of Jesus as a guide. Fr. Gaitley shares new insights into how you can console Jesus.  He presents the keys to the great sanctity of saints like Therese of Lisieux, Faustina…

St. Joseph Novena

By Marie Wiskirchen | February 25, 2021

Pope Francis announced a special year dedicated to St. Joseph during 2021 on the occasion of the 150th anniversary of the proclamation of St. Joseph as the Patron of the Universal Church as well as the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception of Our Lady.Join us for one of these two novenas! The St. Joseph Novena…

NCYC, 2021

By Marie Wiskirchen | February 25, 2021

If you are interested in attending the Diocesan National Catholic Youth Conference trip November 18-20, 2021, please email Julie Gramlich to reserve your spot.  We have a deadline for registration and deposit that we must adhere to as we are short on time for fundraising this year. Please respond by March 15, 2021. Adults…

Lenten Fish Fries

By Marie Wiskirchen | February 18, 2021

Drive-thru and let the Cathedral Knights of Columbus serve you delicious hand-breaded white fish fillets and various sides.

33 Days to Morning Glory

By Marie Wiskirchen | January 28, 2021

Anyone interested in deepening or renewing your devotion to Mary is welcome to join this 5 week retreat. Participants meet on Saturdays, Feb. 20 – Mar. 20

The Search

By Marie Wiskirchen | January 22, 2021

This Lent, join Chris Stefanick and Bishops from around the country for a seven-week retreat using The Search. Beginning February 17, we will be exploring the major questions of life, like: Why am I here? What is the life I was made for? Is there a God? Does He even care about me?   Sign up…

Called by Name

By Marie Wiskirchen | December 29, 2020

The Vocations Committee is sponsoring “Called by Name” — a program to promote vocations to the priesthood and religious life. Perhaps you know a single man or woman who would, in your opinion, have qualities to become a priest, sister or brother.  Please click here to complete the form and return it to the parish…

Mary, The Holy Mother of God

By Marie Wiskirchen | December 21, 2020

Holy Day MassTimes: ·  Thursday, Dec. 31, 6:00 p.m. ·  Friday, Jan. 1, 9:00 a.m.