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McAuley Catholic High School celebrates Homecoming

ALUMNI—​Several alumni participated in McAuley Catholic High School Homecoming festivities Fri., Sept. 12, which included a football game. Pictured in the stadium at Missouri Southern State University were ​alumni from the class of 2014: Chris Taylor, Trey Melton, Anthony Bertincino, Tim Damso​,​ and Robert McKeough.​ Unfortunately, the McAuley Warriors were defeated by the Lockwood Tigers 35 to 0. (Submitted photo)
ALUMNI—​Several alumni participated in McAuley Catholic High School Homecoming festivities Fri., Sept. 12, which included a football game. Pictured in the stadium at Missouri Southern State University were ​alumni from the class of 2014: Chris Taylor, Trey Melton, Anthony Bertincino, Tim Damso​,​ and Robert McKeough.​ Unfortunately, the McAuley Warriors were defeated by the Lockwood Tigers 35 to 0. (Submitted photo)

McAuley Catholic High School, Joplin, ​celebrated ​its ​Homecoming ​with a football game and dance ​the weekend of Sept. 12-13. ​The ​McAuley football Warriors ​lost their fight against the Lockwood Tigers 35-0 at the Homecoming game on Fri., Sept. 12, at Missouri Southern State University. Read more

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Springfield PCCW adopts hen at Trinity Hills

SETON’S SALLY—The St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish Council of Catholic Women (PCCW) recently visited Trinity Hills, the diocesan Catholic Worker House, and adopted a laying hen. Naming her “Seton’s Sally,” the PCCW will sponsor her care and feed while she in turn feeds the hungry in the community. To date, Trinity Hills has donated nearly 29,000 eggs to the needy. (Photo courtesy of Trinity Hills)
SETON’S SALLY—The St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish Council of Catholic Women (PCCW) recently visited Trinity Hills, the diocesan Catholic Worker House, and adopted a laying hen. Naming her “Seton’s Sally,” the PCCW will sponsor her care and feed while she in turn feeds the hungry in the community. To date, Trinity Hills has donated nearly 29,000 eggs to the needy. (Photo courtesy of Trinity Hills)
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Meet St. Ambrose Student Council, Chaffee

2014-15 STUDENT COUNCIL—​The following students were elected to represent their classmates as members of the St. Ambrose ​School ​student council ​in Chaffee, MO, ​for the school year 2014-2015. ​(Front row) Elleigh Seyer, Allie Burnett, Abby Glastetter, Luke Seyer, Ryder Chapman, Grant Lange, ​and ​Mason Cook​; (back row) Joanna Glueck, Austin Sullivan, Gracie Knutson, ​and ​Brock Lange​. ​The candidates wrote speeches and made posters, which they presented to the student body, in preparation for the election.​ St. Ambrose School, is home to 51 students, kindergarten through eighth grade, with principal Sr. Jacklyn Pritchard, CDP. (Submitted photo)
2014-15 STUDENT COUNCIL—​The following students were elected to represent their classmates as members of the St. Ambrose ​School ​Student Council ​in Chaffee, MO, ​for the school year 2014-2015. ​(Front row) Elleigh Seyer, Allie Burnett, Abby Glastetter, Luke Seyer, Ryder Chapman, Grant Lange, ​and ​Mason Cook​; (back row) Joanna Glueck, Austin Sullivan, Gracie Knutson, ​and ​Brock Lange​. ​The candidates wrote speeches and made posters, which they presented to the student body, in preparation for the election.​ St. Ambrose School, is home to 51 students, kindergarten through eighth grade, with principal Sr. Jacklyn Pritchard, CDP. (Submitted photo)
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Bishop announces leadership teams

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Bishop James V. Johnston recently announced the leadership teams tasked with pursuing and achieving the diocesan goals associated with the five-year vision and priorities of the Diocese of Springfield-Cape Girardeau. The membership rosters for our One Church, East to West are: Read more

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The nine regions of the diocese cover more than 25,000 square miles which includes 39 counties in southern Missouri. Within the regions, 66 parishes, 18 missions, and four chapels serve the 66,000 Catholics who comprise the Diocese of Springfield-Cape Girardeau. The diocese has two cathedrals: St. Mary of the Annunciation Cathedral, Cape Girardeau, MO, and Cathedral of St. Agnes in Springfield, MO.

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