PARISH NEWS

DIOCESAN ANNOUNCEMENTS

12 October 2020

All things audio are new to today’s Monday Morning Memo. Are they music to your ear, so to speak? Read more to find out!

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5 October 2020

Catholic Stewardship Appeal 2021 launches The Catholic Stewardship Appeal 2021 for our diocese is beginning. Materials for parishes will be available at the Priests’ Institute this week (or mailed to those not attending). The brochure (English and Spanish versions), poster, logo, bulletin inserts, Mass announcements, and prayer intentions may be found at www.diojeffcity.org/csa. The gold…

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28 September 2020

Today’s Monday Morning Memo has stuff good for our body, mind and souls: Rosary Across America, Walk with Ease, Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship and more

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DIOCESAN EVENTS

The Solemnity of the Nativity of Our Lord

December 25, 2020 | The Solemnity of the Nativity of Our Lord is a Holy Day of Obligation. Check Mass times at your local parish.

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The Solemnity of All Saints

November 1, 2020 | 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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Infirm Priest Fund Collection (Assessed)

To maintain a reserve fund for out-of-the-ordinary health needs of diocesan priests not covered by health insurance.

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Parish News

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Statement on updated list of credibly accused

By rcampbell | December 15, 2018

By Bishop Shawn McKnight We want to provide care for those who have been harmed On November 8 I provided to the people of our Diocese and the public a list of 33 priests and religious brothers who have either been credibly accused or removed from ministry in the Diocese of Jefferson City out of…

Statement on release of names of priests and religious brothers credibly accused or removed from ministry

By rcampbell | November 8, 2018

Bishop Shawn McKnight Today, there can be no more secrets in our Diocese In the past 12 days I have participated in six listening sessions across our Diocese regarding the sexual abuse crisis in our Church. As Pope Francis has encouraged, we bishops are to be close to our people and know what they are…

Addressing Sexual Abuse in the Church

By rcampbell | August 24, 2018

By Bishop Shawn McKnight We are Catholic When our Lord established the Church, he promised to remain with us always until the end of the world. Jesus gave us the gift of the papacy and the Sacrament of Holy Orders to preserve the Church’s communion with Him despite the works of the Evil One. The…