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"If the Church is to fulfill its providential destiny, evangelization as the joyful, patient, and progressive preaching of the saving Death and Resurrection of Jesus Christ must be your absolute priority."
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St. John Paul II

Peace and blessings to you and your loved ones! Thanks for visiting our website, a great way to learn more about our Parish Family.

Following in the footsteps of our patron, St. Francis Xavier, we are called to go forth, as men and women who have encountered Jesus Christ, to be "missionary disciples" always bringing the love of God to our brothers and sisters by our witness to the Faith - "going out to the fringes of humanity" that our doors may be constantly open, welcoming new members and building the Kingdom of God here on earth.

May this website serve as the beginning of an encounter with one another. As we gather around the altar of sacrifice to celebrate the Eucharist, may we encounter Christ above all who calls us to be saints.

May the Lord bless and keep you always!

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    BENEFIT FISH FRY

    Posted on December 13, 2018 in: General News

    The Scott City Knights of Columbus will be hosting a Benefit Fish Fry on Saturday, December 29, from 4:30-7:30 pm. All proceeds will go to St Jude and Missouri Special Olympics. The menu will include Crappie, Slaw, Seasoned Fries, Baked Beans, and Mac and Cheese. All for your goodwill donation! For more information, call Brian at 573-450 4902.

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    THE TEACHINGS OF OUR FAITH

    Posted on September 20, 2018 in: General News

    Oftentimes, the teachings of the Catholic Church (which we believe are the inspired teachings of Christ) are misunderstood, misinterpreted, or misconstrued by many people, both within and outside the Church. Our secular media has a tendency to "misrepresent" the Church in her teachings, oftentimes causing conflict, confusion, and division. As Catholics, we know that many times the teachings of the Church contradict and "go against" popular opinion and secular views regarding ...

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