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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By Bishop W. Shawn McKnight During an historic pandemic, our country faces one of the most contentious presidential election campaigns in recent memory. Some of our fellow Americans may be wondering if they are living in the apocalypse, with fire, drought, hurricanes, flooding, riots and other stresses added to the mix.  Just where is our…

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Deadlines for ordering vocations material, an upcoming workshop for planning in the midst of uncertainty and more events are in today’s Monday Morning Memo.

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The Moderator of the Curia and Vicar General are seeking an accomplished Administrative Assistant to support their clerical needs within the Chancery Office. This individual must have excellent skills with Microsoft Office and the ability to prioritize and switch tasks as needed. This position is also responsible for training others and holds the key position…

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Planning for uncertainty, a job opening in Fayette and updates on online fertility care courses are in today’s Monday Morning Memo.

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New pro-life ministry resources and a discernment process for parts of our diocese are in today’s Monday Morning Memo.

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Bishop McKnight has updated the diocesan decree regarding safety measures during the pandemic, including the wearing of face coverings during Mass.

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By Bishop W. Shawn McKnight For as in one body we have many parts, and all the parts do not have the same function, so we, though many, are one body in Christ and individually parts of one another (Romans 12:4-5) This past year we began the process to develop a diocesan pastoral plan based…

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Considerando que el Departamento de Salud y Servicios para Personas Mayores del Estado de Missouri y los Centros para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades del Gobierno Federal de los Estados Unidos continúan recomendando observar el distanciamiento social y el uso de mascarillas en las reuniones; que las personas de 65 años de edad…

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