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United States Conference of Catholic Bishops
The Gospel of Christ and the teachings of his Church guide the work of the USCCB. The work of the Conference is rooted in three general mission goals and organized into three key areas of responsibility.
- To act collaboratively and consistently on vital issues confronting the Church and society
- To foster communion with the Church in other nations, within the Church universal, under the leadership of its supreme pastor, the Roman Pontiff
- To offer appropriate assistance to each bishop in fulfilling his particular ministry in the local Church
Diocese of Springfield-Cape Girardeau
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Our VISION is to serve the Church and her members by developing Catholic learning-systems that engage the people of our time in a conversation about Catholicism. It is our hope that this conversation will lead to increased participation in the life of the Church and the transformation of the way people approach the ordinary realities of each day.
OSV The Catholic Guide to the Internet
There’s a website for just about all things Catholic, from Mass times around the globe to the pope’s fan club. Our Sunday Visitor has compilied a list of 105 of the top Catholic sites on the web.
Saint of the Day
A popular feature offered by AmericanCatholic.org and Saint Anthony Messenger Press – Franciscan Communications.
St. Augustine Catholic School
Interested in learning more about our Catholic School. Visit their website.
St. Joseph Catholic Church, Scott City
Please visit our Sister Parish’s Website. We share the same Pastor at St. Augustine and St. Joseph Parishes.
The Center for Liturgy Sunday Website
Announcing an innovative web site designed to prepare for Sunday Mass. The site, liturgy.slu.edu, is for all Catholics, including the people in the pews, and comes from Saint Louis University’s Center for Liturgy. It gives you easy access to the readings for Sunday, and then lets you enter into them in a way that fits you. This website provides: 1. Links to Sunday’s readings. 2. Prayers based on each reading for private prayer. 3. Spiritual reflections and insights from the readings; 4. Information and interpretation of the readings. 5. Listings of Sunday’s music from selected parishes around the country.
Over 26,000 Catholic listings in the U.S., over 96,000 listings in countries around the world. Lookup churches, find Mass Times, view weekly bulletins, web sites, email addresses, maps, directions, staff, and other important information.