Links to more information are available by clicking on words highlighted in blue or the gold buttons. Click on to open our folder with all graphics for use in parish print or digital resources. Bishop’s messages Please note the pastoral appointments for the upcoming year are public and can be found on our website. Please…Read More
The Most Reverend W. Shawn McKnight, Bishop of Jefferson City, makes the following appointments: RETIREMENTS REVEREND JOHN W. GRONER, acceptance of resignation from Pastor of St. Jude Parish, Richland and St. Robert Bellarmine Parish, St. Robert, to retirement at his personal residence, effective June 30, 2021. REVEREND JOSEPH HOI, acceptance of resignation from Pastor of…Read More
Links to more information are available by clicking on words highlighted in blue or the gold buttons. Click on to open our folder with all graphics for use in parish print or digital resources. Bishop’s messages On Friday I issued a decree lifting the general dispensation from the obligation to attend Mass on days of…Read More
To support diocesan mission projects and efforts in Peru, India, and Africa. In lieu of additional second collections, funds collected in this appeal also supports national mission projects and efforts in Latin America, Africa, Central & Eastern Europe, Catholic Near East Welfare Association and Society of the Propagation of the Faith.See Details
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We will not be selling Scrip May 9‐10. Scrip will be available again on May 11. Please contact Darlene Smith by the end of the day on Friday, May 7 for any Mother’s Day or graduation gifts. You can call/text Darlene at 660‐537‐8638 for contact free pickup at her house; or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank…
The Wednesday evening Mass is being dropped from the schedule, due to many of the Covid restrictions having been lifted and a large number of our parishioners returning to the weekend Masses. Father will continue to offer the 6 p.m. Mass on Tuesday evenings.
We have quite a collection of dishes downstairs in the church hall entryway needing to be picked up. These aredishes from the Turkey Dinner and from funeral dinners. Please check table downstairs and take your dishes home!
Starting the week of January 24 and continuing through July 1, there will be some additions to the sacramental schedule: Tuesdays: Confessions heard from 5:30-5:50 p.m.; Mass at 6 p.m. Sundays: Confessions heard from 9:45-10:20 a.m. First & Third Fridays: Confession heard from 6-7 p.m.
To join: On your cell phone text the letters SSPPBV to 84576. After it texts you back, make sure you click the link and complete the process, choosing what updates you’d like to receive from the parish. This is a great opportunity for you to stay connected to the many wonderful things we have going…
In honor of the newly declared year of St. Joseph (which I cannot support enough) we will be using, starting January 1, the prayer at the end of the pope’s declaration at the end of Mass. It will replace the Consecration to the Holy Family we have done for 2020. So at the end of…
The Rosary, followed by the Divine Mercy Chaplet, is prayed at church on Mondays at 6:30 p.m. Prayers are offered for victims of abuse, all priests and all religious, and for healing within the church.
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