A vacation doesn't require a trip to a new place, but rather a break from the stresses of your daily life.
The Marian Days festival is held each summer at the Congregation of the Mother Co-Redemptrix in Carthage, which is a Catholic order founded in Vietnam.
Missouri saw an 8 percent growth rate in the state's Amish population, who move because of suburban sprawl, land costs and tourism, among other reasons.
Yes, that is Chinese you're hearing on your radio — if you're within a couple of miles of KLJE's antenna on College Avenue.
Rachel Lozano has survived several bouts with cancer and underwent a stem cell transplant. She says her recovery is attributed to the intercession of the French priest Blessed William Joseph Chaminade.
Garbage bags might be great for around-the-house garbage, but with spiritual garbage we need a higher power.
Marquis and Twyla Brookins from Arnold were appointed to lead Salvation Army Church programs in Columbia. They started their duties Wednesday.
The Dove Foundation, which places a seal on movies employees consider family-friendly, is expanding its rating system to indicate movies the group deems "Faith-Based" and "Faith-Friendly."
The 53rd annual chicken and mutton barbecue at Olivet Christian Church raised money for local agencies and was expected to feed more than 2,000 people.
When organizations work together to serve others, it keeps costs down and the community together.
Several religious communities are collaborating to hold an outdoor worship service Sunday as part of the Mid-Missouri PrideFest.
A farewell celebration was held Sunday afternoon for the Rev. Bill Haney. He has served Columbia's Unitarian Universalist Church for 21 years.
A Chicago-area retired radio talk show host has threatened to sue an Illinois religious group after collecting state money to restore an 11-story cross monument.
Local churches are urged to be cautious with a scam after the Columbia Police Department received a second report.
Ninth-grade and 10th-grade students are scheduled to begin classes at Father Augustine Tolton Regional Catholic High School in the fall of 2011.
The service was for those who had lost their loved ones to cancer. It aimed to provide hope and comfort to family and friends, and allowed a way for employees of the center to give back to their patients.
Scott Parsons has been overseas since August 2009 with a group serving at a campus ministry in the central Asian country of Kazakhstan. He returns next month, and shared his experience with the Missourian Neighborhood News.
We must all remember to clean up after ourselves spiritually. As God’s children, we will be aided by his Holy Spirit in sweeping and cleaning out the untidiness that cause us to sin and fall short of his glory. He wants us to have a clean house.
Simple items found at Salvation Army Family Thrift Stores have the potential to be cherished items passed through generations.
Fairview United Methodist is the local host of a national ministry that distributes low-cost, healthy food.