The Process of Grief conference, scheduled to take place in the MPR from 1-3 p.m., is cancelled for February 11 due to weather. Thank you.
We can cancelling kids events for Sunday, February 11th including the following Rite of Welcome Blessing for 1st Eucharist Students Nursery (closed) Children’s Liturgy CEP Classes
The Process of Grief conference that was taking place today — Sunday, January 14 from 1-3 p.m. in the MPR — is cancelled.
The St. Thomas More Newman Center and Sacred Heart Parishes are seeking a dynamic and faith-filled Director of Youth Ministry. This individual creates an environment for high school youth which fosters a relationship with God through Jesus Christ and the Church. The mission of the program is to engage teens in the Sacraments and the teachings of the Church through Catholic community. The director oversees youth ministry activities at the…Keep Reading
The St. Thomas More Newman Center serving the University of Missouri-Columbia (Mizzou) and two other colleges is accepting applications for a full-time, post-graduate Resident Campus Minister. The Resident Campus Minister position is a one-year internship with an option to renew for one year. The Resident Campus Minister reports directly to the Director of Campus Ministry and serves with a team of priests, three other professional campus ministry staff, and FOCUS…Keep Reading
On November 21, the Diocese of Jefferson City held a news conference that announced the retirement of Bishop Gaydos and the appointment of Bishop-elect Shawn McKnight by Pope Francis. You can watch the news conference below or by clicking this link. Read the article that appeared in the Catholic Missourian here and find statements from both Bishop Gaydos and Bishop-elect McKnight at the bottom of the linked page.
With the feedback and input of our diocese’s faithful, on Pentecost 2010, Bishop Gaydos established the Pastoral Plan priorities of faith, family, reaching out and planning for the future as a shared path for ministries and activities of our parishes and the Catholic Center (chancery office) in Jefferson City. The 2010 plan provided for a review after five years; the review concluded last year. After the review, the diocese has…Keep Reading
We’re doing a new show this year. Most of the dialogue will be read by narrators who do NOT need to memorize lines. We will also have speaking roles and those characters WILL be asked to memorize lines but there are only a few lines to memorize. We also have non-speaking roles. The biggest change is that this story is all in the past so there’s no Santa & kids in the…Keep Reading
Over the last several weeks, our community has been asked to support disaster relief and Catholic Charities/Relief Services on two separate occasions. I am humbled by the generosity of this community, and I am grateful to all who found a way to be a part of this effort. The two collections netted a little over $32,000 dollars; that in addition to our regular collections that have remained solid. We are…Keep Reading
On September 27, 2017, Pope Francis launched a global campaign to support immigrants and refugees around the world called “Share the Journey.” Through this campaign, our Church hopes to dispel widespread fear of newcomers and to raise awareness of why so many people are compelled to leave their homes at this time in history. Our brothers and sisters often make perilous journeys, leaving their homelands because they are forced to…Keep Reading
Cardinal DiNardo, the president of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, has asked dioceses to hold a special second collection next weekend, September 30—October 1, to respond to the devastation wreaked by Hurricane Irma: “I am aware that this call comes on the heels of the emergency collection for Hurricane Harvey. That storm, which hit Texas and Louisiana and held on for days before moving inland, caused catastrophic damage…Keep Reading
Come and venerate the official relics of St. Padre Pio of Pietrelcina, during this first US tour to celebrate the 130th anniversary of St. Padre Pio’s birth and the 15th anniversary of his canonization. When: Wednesday, September 27, 2017 from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Where: Assumption Parish; 4725 Mattis Road, St. Louis, Missouri 63128 At 7 p.m., a Mass will be celebrated in honor of St. Padre Pio by the…Keep Reading