It’s very important to go to Mass.
How much have things changed since the U.S. bishops issued their pastoral, “Putting Children and Families First.”
“I apologize” and “I forgive you.”
Catholics from all corners of Missouri are invited to the state capitol Oct. 4 for the 19th annual Missouri Catholic Conference Assembly.
Three themes are emerging from the first months after the election of Pope Francis, Des Moines Bishop Richard E. Pates told some 500 Missouri Catholics Sept. 28.
A conference gathered at the Catholic Center Oct. 13 to discuss something people don’t really like to talk about but most think about — death.
As baby-boomers age, they often find themselves either caring for or making decisions for the care of a parent as they themselves are facing actual or eventual care needs.
Free exercise of religion, guaranteed by the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, means much more than the right to attend worship services.
So how volatile was the climate in Missouri at the dawn of the Civil War?
Missouri has had human trafficking legislation in place for a handful of years, but a bill recently passed by both the House and the Senate would create stiffer penalties for the crime.