Bishop drops puck for MSU Ice Bears

A PHOTO GALLERY for the hockey match is here.
Bishop Edward M. Rice dropped the puck at the hockey match-up Friday night, Jan. 20, between the Missouri State University (MSU) Ice Bears and the Missouri University Tigers at Mediacom Ice Park. ​The Bears won Game One by a score of 10-4 over ​Mizzou.  In addition to dropping the puck, Bishop Rice sat with players in the penalty box and took photos with players and fans.

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Two First place winners in math and spelling contest

COUNTY CONTEST—Several fifth and eighth-graders from St. Teresa Catholic School, Glennonville, participated in the Dunklin County Math & Spelling Contest recently held at Malden School. St. Teresa School is proud to boast two First place winners: Kate Wheeler won the Blue Ribbon in the seventh and eighth grade Math contest and Marie Wheeler placed First in the fifth and sixth grade Math contest. Both received certificates and $100 gift cards for Walmart. Also pictured in Luke Weidenbenner (center) who was a participant.
COUNTY CONTEST—Several fifth and eighth-graders from St. Teresa Catholic School, Glennonville, participated in the Dunklin County Math & Spelling Contest recently held at Malden School. St. Teresa School is proud to boast two First place winners: Kate Wheeler won the Blue Ribbon in the seventh and eighth grade Math contest and Marie Wheeler placed First in the fifth and sixth grade Math contest. Both received certificates and $100 gift cards for Walmart. Also pictured in Luke Weidenbenner (center) who was a participant. (Submitted photo)

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​Cougars finish First at invitational

BLUE RIBBON TEAM—St. Augustine School Cougars from Kelso, MO, earned the First Place Championship in the 2017 Notre Dame Junior High Invitational Tournament held Jan. 7-8 and Jan. 14-15. Pictured were (front row) Drake Schlosser, Evan Boyd, Caleb Burger, Drew Dirnberger, Dawson Menz, and Brock Hulshof; (back row) Coach Allen Collier, Ty Collier, Cayden Beussink, Caleb LeGrand, Stetson Harris, Owen Beussink, Sam Brucker, Coach Brian LeGrand, and Coach Jill LeGrand. (Submitted photo)
BLUE RIBBON TEAM—St. Augustine School Cougars from Kelso, MO, earned the First Place Championship in the 2017 Notre Dame Junior High Invitational Tournament held Jan. 7-8 and Jan. 14-15. Pictured were (front row) Drake Schlosser, Evan Boyd, Caleb Burger, Drew Dirnberger, Dawson Menz, and Brock Hulshof; (back row) Coach Allen Collier, Ty Collier, Cayden Beussink, Caleb LeGrand, Stetson Harris, Owen Beussink, Sam Brucker, Coach Brian LeGrand, and Coach Jill LeGrand. (Submitted photo)

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Parish family replaces stolen bike

NEW ‘CRUISER’ FOR SISTER—Sister Frances Wessel, SSND, recently had her bicycle stolen while she was on a ministry visit at Mercy Hospital in Springfield. Her ‘parish family’ of St. Joseph the Worker in Ozark held a ‘fill-the-boot’ fundraiser after Masses the weekend of Jan. 14-15 to assist Sr. Wessel with her lack of transportation. The parish raised enough money to buy her a brand-new, “sacred-heart-red”colored ‘cruiser,’ complete with basket, bell, lights, helmet, and a bike-lock. The bicycle was delivered on Jan. 18 and blessed by Fr. Scott Sunnenberg, pastor. Pictured were Carol Craig, St. Joseph the Worker Parish secretary, Fr. Sunnenberg, Sr. Wessel, and Bill Hennessey, Parish Council Member and Vice President of Mission Services at Mercy Springfield. This is a perfect example of the ‘love of one’s neighbor’ Msgr. Pope speaks about in this article. (Photo by J.B. Kelly/The Mirror)
NEW ‘CRUISER’ FOR SISTER—Sister Frances Wessel, SSND, recently had her bicycle stolen while she was on a ministry visit at Mercy Hospital in Springfield. Her ‘parish family’ of St. Joseph the Worker in Ozark held a ‘fill-the-boot’ fundraiser after Masses the weekend of Jan. 14-15 to assist Sr. Wessel with her lack of transportation. The parish raised enough money to buy her a brand-new, “sacred-heart-red”colored ‘cruiser,’ complete with basket, bell, lights, helmet, and a bike-lock. The bicycle was delivered on Jan. 18 and blessed by Fr. Scott Sunnenberg, pastor. Pictured were Carol Craig, St. Joseph the Worker Parish secretary, Fr. Sunnenberg, Sr. Wessel, and Bill Hennessey, Parish Council Member and Vice President of Mission Services at Mercy Springfield. (Photo by J.B. Kelly/The Mirror)

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Marian Conference being held at St. Mary Cathedral Parish

Parishioners are invited to the first Marian Conference at St. Mary of the Annunciation Cathedral, Cape Girardeau on April 28-29, 2017. The agenda for the conference includes five speakers, Mass, Adoration, Confession, the Rosary, and spiritual resources. The Marian Conference will convene Friday afternonn with Adoration at 4 p.m., sign-in and finger foods at 5 p.m., speakers, Mass, and will close at 9:30 p.m.  Saturday’s  activities will begin with Adoration at 6 a.m., Mass at 7 a.m., donuts and coffee at 7:30 a.m., speakers, Lunch at 11:30 a.m., followed by the afternoon program, and will conclude with the regular 4.p.m. parish Mass. Childcare will be available during the conference. To watch a video infomercial on the conference go to this link:  https://vimeo.com/198378706  ADMISSION AND ALL REFRESHMENTS ARE FREE OF CHARGE!!   PLEASE PLAN TO ATTEND. For more information, or to make a donation to support the Marian Conference, please contact St. Mary Cathedral at (573) 335-9347.

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