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Bulletin Items

Nexus Pro-Life Student Conference | 3 days 11 hours ago
Nexus, a pro-life Regional Student Conference is a one day event providing college and high school students across the Midwest with education, training, and open discussion with many of the nation’s leading pro-life activists. The conference, held at Chaminade Preparatory College, will feature several nationally acclaimed speakers as well as pro-life activists at the local level, all of whom are excited to equip the upcoming generation with the knowledge, tools and encouragement they need to become a voice for life within their campuses, schools and communities! The event will also feature a concert celebrating life by Christian band, Sanctus Real! The $30 student registration fee will cover the cost of a t-shirt, breakfast and lunch, concert, and the opportunity to come together with other like-minded students in St. Louis and the surrounding areas to take their pro-life enthusiasm from the March for Life and apply it to every day in the work to end abortion here in St. Louis. Adults of all ages are welcome! #notjustinjanuary Register at or call 314-827-4039
Face to Face: An Encounter with Jesus | 3 days 14 hours ago
Sr. Marie Paul Curley, a Daughter of St. Paul and the author of Soul of Christ: Meditations on a Timeless Prayer will be hosting talks and book signing events at Pauline Books & Media on Thursday, March 12 at 7pm and on Tuesday, March 16 at 2pm. This talk is entitled Face to Face: An Encounter With Jesus and will focus on Eucharistic spirituality through the lens of the traditional Anima Christi (Soul of Christ) prayer. The Tuesday event will also include a guided hour of Adoration. Contact Sr. Laura Brown at 314-965-3512 for more information. Pauline Books & Media is located at 9804 Watson Rd. in Crestwood.
Forum on Sex Trafficking | 3 days 15 hours ago
Human trafficking, the illegal trade of human beings for the purpose of prostitution, pornography or other forms of sexual exploitation, is a horrific crime against the basic dignity and rights of the human person. It is not a problem in a distant land, but is occurring locally. Citizens Against Pornography has assembled a panel of knowledgeable individuals to educate the public about the danger and scope of sex trafficking and provide guidance and strategies on how to prevent sex trafficking and safeguard a loved one. Don't become or let a loved one become a human trafficking statistic. Come, hear and learn from our presenters. No child under 12 admitted and no child care available. Teens and preteens are encouraged to come. This forum will be held on Tuesday, March 24, 7 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. at St. Joseph Catholic Church, 6020 Old Antonia Road, Imperial, MO 63052 (exit 186 off I-55, turn West, church on Left, across from Fire House. For more information contact or call 314-892-6451.
Color Dash - 5k for a Good Cause - March 21 | 6 days 9 hours ago
The 5k Color Dash will take place on Saturday, March 21 in the Tower Grove neighborhood. Part of the proceeds will benefit the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet and an awareness film about domestic violence. Visit for more. Be sure to enter code "sisters" for $5 off.
American Cardinals Dinner - Catholic University of America | 6 days 9 hours ago
The Catholic University of America will host its annual premier scholarship fundraiser, the 2015 American Cardinals Dinner, in St. Louis on Friday, April 25. The evening will begin with Mass at the Cathedral Basilica followed by a reception and black tie dinner at the Ritz-Carlton. Visit to learn more information.
Vatican Expert on Communications to Present to Catholic St. Louis | 6 days 9 hours ago
As the Secretary of the Pontifical Council for Social Communications, Msgr. Paul Tighe is one of the most established experts on communication in the Universal Church through his service in the Vatican. Join him and other communication thought-leaders on May 5, 2015, for the Third Annual St. Louis Catholic Communications and New Evangelization Conference at the Cardinal Rigali Center. Visit to learn more and to reserve your seat!
Eat More Fish | 6 days 9 hours ago
There are some great Lenten resources available on the St. Louis Review website ( On the "Eat More Fish" webpage, you will find the following: - A prayer, penance and service generator, which will enable you to receive a different form of penance each day during Lent. - Lenten news stories and columns from the St. Louis Review. - Fish fry information, including dates by parish and a map of fish fries. - Lenten confession opportunities by location. - Recipes, jokes and more! In the coming days you will also be able to order an #EatMoreFish Lenten t-shirt. Please share this information and a link to the webpage (
Pray the Rosary with the Archbishop and Seminarians | 1 week 9 hours ago
During this Season of Lent, the faithful of the Archdiocese of St. Louis are invited to pray the Holy Rosary with Archbishop Robert J. Carlson and the seminarians at Kenrick-Glennon Seminary. A new video series from The CatholicTV Network features the seminarians praying the Rosary and proclaiming the Scripture readings for each of the Mysteries. These videos will be aired on CatholicTV and are currently found online at WWW.KENRICK.EDU. The Kenrick-Glennon Seminary community hopes that this series will help you grow closer to Jesus and His Mother, Mary this Lent. Please continue to pray for our seminarians and all those discerning a vocation to the priesthood and religious life.
Young Adult Lenten Mission | 1 week 1 day ago
The Office of Young Adult Ministry would like to invite young adults to the STLYA Lenten Mission on Tuesday, March 10th at 7 PM at St. James the Greater in Dogtown. Fr. Art Cavitt will be offering a reflection on Ferguson in conjunction with Lent. Adoration and Reconciliation will also be offered. Come join other young adults to reflect & pray!
Summer Retreats at King's House | 1 week 1 day ago
King’s House Retreat and Renewal Center hosts Paula D’Arcy, John Mark Ettensohn, OMI, Joe Nassal, CPPS, and private directed retreats this summer! The King’s House grounds are 47 wooded acres in Illinois 20 minutes from downtown St. Louis and include comfy private rooms and baths, Br. Mel Meyer-designed chapel, an outdoor labyrinth, and nature trails. Visit us online: or call 1-800-779-7909. King’s House is a ministry of the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate.
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