Diocesan Development Fund: 2016 Annual Appeal

Our Diocesan Development Fund Campaign (DDF) is the Annual Appeal for the diocese and takes place the first weekend of May. The funds raised through the campaign advance our mission through ... Read more
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Capital Endowment Campaign

Endowments to augment youth, seminarians; retired priests. After reviewing the results of a feasibility study conducted in the diocese, the bishop approved a proposal to conduct a diocesan-wide capital campaign for $15 million. ... Read more
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Celebrating mercy: Encounter with holy relics emphasizes Passion of Christ

A Relics of the Passion tour made its way to Springfield and Cape Girardeau recently. Relics of the True Cross were present in St. Mary Cathedral on June 4 and in St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church, Springfield, on June 5. The unique collection of relics was brought together in a program of meditations, music, and prayer in order to draw participants of all ages to a deeper faith and understanding of the Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ.

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Notre Dame Regional High School a​nnounces​ ​Hall of Fame recipients

HALL OF FAME—​2016 inductees at Notre Dame Regional High School for its Athletics Hall of Fame​ are ​Ray Reinagel​, ​Randi Senciboy​, ​Paul Hale​, and ​Matt Vollink​. Not pictured were ​ Adam Prasanphanich​, ​Austin Critchlow​, and ​Bryce Willen. (Submitted photo)
HALL OF FAME—​2016 inductees at Notre Dame Regional High School for its Athletics Hall of Fame​ are ​Ray Reinagel​, ​Randi Senciboy​, ​Paul Hale​, and ​Matt Vollink​. Not pictured were ​ Adam Prasanphanich​, ​Austin Critchlow​, and ​Bryce Willen. (Submitted photo)

Notre Dame Regional High School recently released the inductees or its Athletics Hall of Fame and its Performing and Visual Arts (PAVA) Hall of Fame. The honorees are:

Athletes Hall of Fame 

Ray Reinagel graduated from Notre Dame Regional High School (NDHS) in 1976. He played basketball for three years and lettered all four years in baseball. Reinagel was MVP his senior year. He went on to play a year of baseball at Southeast Missouri State University (SEMO), and became very active in men’s fast pitch where his teams have won numerous state, regional & national titles. In 1995, his team won the gold medal in the final Olympics sports festival in Denver, CO. In 2010, Reinagel was elected to the Missouri ASA softball Hall of Fame. He stays very active in softball by coaching several girls teams during the summer and in 2003 became the assistant softball coach at Notre Dame. During that 13-year time period they have won 322 games, won 10 district titles, made seven final four appearances and have one state championship. Read more

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The nine regions of the diocese cover more than 25,000 square miles which includes all 39 counties in southern Missouri. Within the regions, 66 parishes, 18 missions, and four chapels serve over 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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