Weekend Masses are being discontinued at three Northeast Missouri Catholic churches. The Diocese of Jefferson City said in a statement Sunday that the decision stems from a shortage of priests available to serve all of the area churches.
QUINCY -- Bethel AME Church, 905 Oak, will hold its 24th annual barbecue cook-out from noon to 6 p.m., or until sold out, on Saturday, April 28, at the church. Prices are rib slabs, $20; rib dinner, $8; chicken dinner, $6; chicken sandwich, $5; and rib san
A fascinating story is told in three of the Gospels about Jesus meeting a disturbed man ("a man from the city who had demons"). Luke 8:26-39, Matthew 8:28-34, Mark 5:1-20. Today, we would say this man had mental illness. Jesus came into this man's life, a
QUINCY -- What started as a simple thank you years ago has become an appreciation of both spirit and deed. The Cathedral of Worship's 11th annual Blue and White day is scheduled for 10 a.m. Sunday, May 20, at the church, 215 N. 25th. The church will recogn
Familiarity should breed even more participation, believes the Rev. Jim Dennis. Dennis, who serves as pastor of the Crossing's 48th and Maine campus, is helping coordinate Quincy's second venture as a host site for the Global Leadership Summit.
Grace Meyer has always wanted to be a cheerleader, but after she didn't make the squad last year, it seemed like it may never happen. She found another opportunity when the Quincy High School Sparkle Squad launched.
I was just thinking "suppose God had waited until Moses was perfect before he called him to deliver his people?" I recall in the Scriptures how Moses hemmed and hawed, finding every excuse in the books to let God know he couldn't do the job. But God didn'