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30 January 2023

Welcome to Catholic Schools Week! Please join us in showing support and appreciation for our Catholic educators and school staff as we celebrate all they do for our diocese.

In addition, this week we will mark World Day for Consecrated Life, as well as host a special Mass and lecture regarding the Catholic presence in the Holy Land.

For all this and more — read this week’s Monday Morning Memo!

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23 January 2023

In this week’s Monday Morning Memo, listen to the latest Podcast from the Diocese of Jefferson City. Three members of our clergy share how they crossed paths with Pope Benedict during his life. Hear how these experiences changed their lives.

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Love is central to the message of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

The life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is a reminder that God has blessed all of us with the power to change the world for the better — and that power is love.

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Diocesan Events

Reserved – Diocesan Priestly Ordination Date

The first Saturday of each June, beginning June 5, 2021, is reserved for priestly ordination celebrations in the Jefferson City Diocese at the Cathedral of St. Joseph, 10:00 am.

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Seminarian Formation and Priest Retirement Collection (Assessed)

To form and educate diocesan seminarians (candidates for priesthood) and clergy and to provide for the retirement needs of retired diocesan priests who offered their lives in priestly ministry and…

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Reserved – Diocesan Priestly Ordination Date

The first Saturday of each June, beginning June 5, 2021, is reserved for priestly ordination celebrations in the Jefferson City Diocese at the Cathedral of St. Joseph, 10:00 am.

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Parish News

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2.6.22 Message from Fr. Tony

By jbackes | February 10, 2022

This week is Catholic Schools Week in our Diocese and throughout our country.The importance of Catholic education cannot be overstated. Since the nation was mostly Protestant in the 19th century,…

1.9.22 Message from Fr. Tony

By jbackes | January 10, 2022

In today’s Gospel, the Solemnity of the Baptism of the Lord, the end of the Christmas Season for the Church, Jesus allowed Himself to be baptized by John and the…

10.03.21 Message from Fr. Tony

By jbackes | October 4, 2021

Marriage is God’s plan to show His Love in the world, to have the union of a man and awoman as a sign of His love for His creation.Jesus, who…

October Lunch Menu

By jbackes | September 27, 2021

09.26.21 Message from Fr. Tony

By jbackes | September 27, 2021

When I lived in Flagstaff Arizona a few years ago, I made some friends in Phoenix, about two and a half hours away by car. One friend, Michael, invited me…

09.19.21 Message from Fr. Tony

By jbackes | September 20, 2021

In this week’s Gospel, we see the disciples of Jesus arguing among themselves about who is the greatest in the Kingdom of God. We realize that they are still thinking…

09.12.21 Message from Fr. Tony

By jbackes | September 13, 2021

The same question is asked of each one of us that Jesus asked of Peter – “WHO DO YOUSAY THAT I AM? “We must answer the question not just once…

09.05.21 Message from Fr. Tony

By jbackes | September 7, 2021

A man has been deaf, maybe his entire life. But then something happens. He meetsJesus. He can’t quite believe it. Years of silence have been broken. For the first time…