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Due to the suspensions put in place by Bishop McKnight, all daily and weekend masses at St. George are cancelled until further notice. Masses will be live streamed on the St. George Catholic Church facebook page at the normal daily mass times. Weekend masses will be live streamed on Sunday mornings at 10 AM.

Confessions will be heard on Saturdays from 5 - 6 PM in the parking lot behind church. Drive up to Father and confess from your car window through a screen.

Ways to tithe:

  • 1. Switch to online giving (either credit card or ACH/bank account). Form can be found here
  • 2. Mail your tithe to the Parish Office: PO Box 49, Linn, MO 65051
  • 3. Legends Bank has offered that our parishioners are welcome to drop their tithe into the night deposit slot at their main bank location and they will collect for the Parish

The official daily prayer of the Church is called the Liturgy of the Hours and consists of five prayer times throughout the day:

  • Office of Readings
  • Morning Prayer
  • Day Prayer
  • Evening Prayer
  • Night Prayer

It is primarily composed of Psalms, a brief Scripture reading, and intercessions. Point your smart phone at this QR code and a pdf of the prayer for that time of day will automatically come up on your phone. Pray well!

April 5, 2020 Sunday Mass Recording

Many Helpful Resources from the Diocese

Additional Resources for Prayer at Home

March 2020 Letter From Father Dan

Spring Fling Update

Fr. Dan and members of our Parish have formed a Parish Response Team. Any parishioner able and willing to volunteer to help in some capacity the members of our Parish and community are encouraged to contact the Parish Office with your name and contact information. You can also sign up on the diocesan website and your information will be directed to our Parish: https://diojeffcity.org/parish-disaster-responders-team-volunteer-form/

If you are in need of assistance in some fashion, please contact the Parish Office and our newly formed Response Team will contact you. You can also sign up on the diocesan website for help at this link: https://cccnmo.diojeffcity.org/covid-19-coronavirus-relief-request/



Father Dan Merz

Message from Father Dan Merz

Saint George! A saint, a parish, a school. Nearly 150 years of holiness, sacraments, and education.

Saint George! We are a family of faith, a community of service…and a field hospital for sinners--and every one of us who joins St. George belongs to that family, is wanted for that service, and is in need of that hospital.       Read More



Contact Information Update

It is easier than ever to update us of contact information changes. Click the link below to update your information with the parish office.

Update Contact Information



SESQUICENTENNIAL SOUVENIRS

We still have many sesquicentennial souvenirs for sale. The items include soft cover history books, cookbooks, hats, visors, ornaments, wine glasses, decanters, beer mugs and t-shirts.

If you wish to purchase any of these items, please contact the parish office at (573)897-2293.



Formed Registration

Give Online

Online giving available for the church, the school, and the home and school association. Click below to see how easy it can be!

St. George Online Giving





Spiritual Tips & Ideas

  1. Family rosary at home for Coronavirus victims
  2. Praying the divine mercy chaplet for an end to the pandemic
  3. Read the daily readings
  4. Live-stream the Mass (many places are offering this)
  5. Pray the Divine Office
  6. Use social media to share how your family or community is praying
  7. Host a video live-stream for members of your parish to pray the rosary
  8. Take time on Fridays to pray the stations of the cross on your own, connecting your struggles with isolation with Jesus’ solitude in carrying his cross to Calvary
  9. Watch a movie about the life of Christ and spend time reflecting on this image of Jesus and what it can teach you about your faith and your life

Practical Tips

  1. If you are asked to telework, find a routine and pace that allows for the most productivity, yet does not overwhelm you. Be sure to distance your personal and professional lives at your new “home office.”
  2. Be conscious of your mental health during this time of great anxiety. Be kind to yourself, be calm, and be patient with yourself and others. Consider this online mental health support resource.
  3. Keep in touch with friends and family, especially if you or they live alone.
  4. Offer to help neighbors and friends who might need assistance with shopping.
  5. Incorporate some exercise into your day. Many gyms and apps are offering free services.
  6. Learn something new and take time to explore your hobbies that you haven’t had time for until now.
  7. Utilize the public library’s online content and eBooks.
  8. Spring cleaning! Work on fixing up or organizing an area of the house.

Practical Tips for Families

  1. Establish your new family schedule– allow kids to have a real impact on what their days are going to look like. Be intentional about things like screen time, getting outside, and physical activity.
  2. It’s a great time to teach everyone in the family to cook! There are great things like homemade pasta that you probably never have time to make.
  3. Have a family dance party!
  4. Have a kid that hasn’t learned to ride a bike yet? This is the perfect time.
  5. With the library closed, take advantage of their free services like Hoopla and Overdrive to have access to eBooks and audiobooks.
  6. Nature hiking.
  7. Start indoor seeds (Now is a great time! Get some native wildflower seeds or vegetable seeds and start them inside and they will be ready to plant in May!)
  8. Spring cleaning! Work on fixing up or organizing an area of the house.
  9. Painting (outside if it’s nice).
  10. Have the kids prepare a play to perform in the evening.
  11. Using a platform like Nextdoor, organize people to place something in their windows so that families can go walking around the neighborhood and count how many they can find.
  12. Build a fort!
  13. Have a formal tea party one afternoon.
  14. Do an elaborate baking project and share it on social media.
  15. Use up all of those art and craft kits that have collected from your kids’ birthdays!
  16. Play 1 board game as a family each week
  17. Look up 1 new card game each week and play it.

Reach Out!

  1. Call or email (or socially network with) your parents and grandparents, relatives, and any friends who may feel isolated, living alone, or who may be susceptible to the Coronavirus to provide a kind word, to see what help they need, or to provide your love and support in these challenging days.
  2. Offer to get groceries or other necessities for those who cannot go out.
  3. Check on friends who live alone to see if they need anything.
  4. Have compassion for those most at risk and advocate for vulnerable populations in society (the elderly, those in poverty, homeless persons, persons with disabilities, those already sick or hospitalized, those with compromised immune systems, among others)


Children's Liturgy

Do you have a passion to shape childrens' minds and help them understand GOD through the weekend readings. If so, we are looking for you!

We are looking for individuals to spend 20 minutes of their time to help with the Children's Liturgy during Sunday mass. To learn more, please review the sign-up link.

Children's Liturgy sign-up



Calling all alumni of St. George

Please register to help us keep our records up to date, and we can also keep you informed (with your permission) of how your grade school alma mater is doing!

Alumni Registration



Shop Scrip for parish and school

The St. George Scrip program purchases gift cards from participating local merchants and the Great Lakes Scrip Company at a reduced price and then sells them at face value. To learn more about the scrip program and how it helps the church and school, visit St. George Scrip Program.



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