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St. Vincent de Paul, Dutzow- Palm Sunday Chicken & Sausage Dinner | 1 day 5 hours ago
St. Vincent de Paul Church in Dutzow, MO is pleased to announce our annual Palm Sunday Chicken & Sausage Dinner to be held on Sunday, March 25, 2018; serving from 11 am - 6 pm. Includes a Buffet Style, All you care to eat, Chicken & Sausage Dinner, with homemade bread and desserts. Carry-outs available. Adults- $10; Children 6-11- $5; Under 6- Free. Handicap Parking is available. The day includes chicken and sausage dinner and all the fixings, Quilt raffle, Country Store, and other games and activities for kids and adults. We are located on Hwy. 94 in Dutzow, MO. 13495 South State Hwy. 94, Marthasville, MO 63357. For more information, please call 636 433-2678 or visit www.svdutzow.org.
Catholic Sisters Exhibit at St. Louis Public Library | 6 days 11 hours ago
Celebrate the contributions Catholic Sisters have made to the St. Louis community for the last 200 years and counting by visiting the St. Louis Public Library’s upcoming exhibit, “Catholic Sisters: The Spirit of St. Louis” on display March 3 through April 28 at the Central Library at 1301 Olive Street. The exhibit is open Mondays through Saturdays 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The free exhibit, which corresponds with National Catholic Sisters Week from March 8-14, will represent 15 religious communities who have had an impact on education and healthcare, as well highlight the services they have provided those in need. You can find more information about the exhibit, co-sponsored by the Communicators for Catholic Sisters, at stlcatholicsisters.org.
Enough Night of Worship: Feb 20 | 1 week 3 days ago
"Enough" is a regional ministry for women to rejuvenate their souls with worship, meditation, reflection, and community. Join us every 3rd Tuesday of the month (Feb 20) at St. Elizabeth of Hungary Parish in Crestwood (1420 S. Sappington Rd. Crestwood, MO) from 7:30 PM-9:00 PM. This month we will continue with the 2018 theme: JOY! Our worship leader is Mary-Kate Buncher! There is no fee to attend and no commitment to return, all are welcome!
Fr. Scheid Players Open 39th Season with - The Man Who Came to Dinner | 1 week 3 days ago
Come see the Fr. Scheid Players’ performance of the Broadway comedy, The Man Who Came to Dinner at the Heagney Theatre on the campus of Nerinx Hall High School in Webster Groves on March 16th & 17th at 7:30 pm, and March 18th at 2 pm. The cast features two priests and talented adult performers from the Archdiocese of St. Louis. All proceeds help to support the ministries of the Catholic Youth Apostolate. To purchase tickets, please call (314) 605-7520. For more information, visit www.archstl.org/catholicyouth.
Exhibit Grand Opening | 2 weeks 1 day ago
The Office of Archives and Records invites you to attend the exhibit grand opening of “1818: A YEAR OF BEGINNINGS.” Come explore the rich history of the Archdiocese as we celebrate the 200th anniversary of the first Catholic schools in St. Louis and the arrivals of St. Rose Philippine Duchesne and Bishop Louis William Valentine DuBourg! Refreshments will be served. Rosati Museum, First Floor, Cardinal Rigali Center, Thursday, March 1, 9:30-11:30 a.m.
Touched by Infertility | 2 weeks 2 days ago
Touched by Infertility: Mass of Community Join us for an occasion to come together to pray for hope and healing for those faced with infertility and pregnancy loss and those who love them. There will also be an opportunity to share in fellowship and receive valuable resources on ways the Church and Archdiocesan Office of NFP can help. February 22, 2018 7:00 PM St. Mary Magdalen Catholic Church 2618 S Brentwood Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63144 Fr. Jack Siefert, Celebrant. Mass followed by reception Sponsored by Enkindle Infertility Support Ministry, a program of the Archdiocesan Office of Natural Family Planning, providing spiritual and emotional support and medical insight for couples struggling with infertility.
Finding God in the "Mess" | 2 weeks 2 days ago
National Shrine of Our Lady of the Snows - Belleville, IL Finding God in the “Mess” Saturday, May 19 10 a.m. – 12 Noon Guild Center Fr. Chava Gonzalez, OMIPresenter: Fr. Chava Gonzalez, OMI Ministry Team Kings House Retreat Center, Belleville, IL Cost: $20 Registration: Call 618-394-6270 or online snows.org/programs “You’ve kept track of my every toss and turn through the sleepless nights, each year entered in your ledger, each ache written in your book.” (Psalm 56:8) God is good even if our eyes can’t see any good. Time and time again humanity has turned from God when we find ourselves in a mess – yet God is with us, providing what we need as we try to regather the pieces of our lives. We will discover blessings in the mess. We will move from “mess” to “bless.”
Journey to Nicaea: Shapers of Christian Orthodoxy | 2 weeks 2 days ago
National Shrine of Our Lady of the Snows - Belleville, IL Journey to Nicaea Shapers of Christian Orthodoxy Saturdays, May 12, June 9, July 7 10 a.m. – 12 Noon Guild Center Mark EtlingPresenter: Mark Etling, Ph.D. Shrine Spiritual Programs Coordinator Adjunct Assistant Professor, Saint Louis University Cost: $10 per session, $30 for the series Registration: Call 618-394-6270 or snows.org/programs In the early Church there were many different answers to the fundamental questions of the Christian faith. How can God be one, if the Son and the Holy Spirit are God? Is Jesus God, or human, or both? What writings should be included, and excluded, from the canon of Sacred Scripture? Who are the authoritative interpreters of the message of Jesus? In this series we will explore the lives and work of some of the major shapers of Christian orthodoxy as articulated in the Nicene Creed.
Our Sacred Earth, Our Common Home: Reflection & Action on Laudato Si | 2 weeks 2 days ago
National Shrine of Our Lady of the Snows - Belleville, IL Reflection & Action on Laudato SI ‘ Saturday, April 21 9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Visitors Center Keynote Speaker: Mary Evelyn Tucker, Ph.D. Senior Lecturer and Research Scholar School of Forestry and Environmental Studies Yale Divinity School Cost: $25 for adults, $15 for students For those who are able, we suggest a payment of $40 to cover the fee of a student who cannot afford to pay. Registration: Call 618-394-6270 or online snows.org/programs This event is the second in a series devoted to the study and implementation of Pope Francis’ landmark encyclical on ecology, Laudato Si’. Dr. Mary Evelyn Tucker, who collaborated for many years with eco-theologian and Earth scholar Fr. Thomas Berry, will deliver the keynote address. The participants will then take part in a series of “hands-on” break-out sessions. The morning will conclude with a feedback and takeaway session. This event is intended for individuals and parish groups looking for practical ways to care for our common home, our sacred Earth.
In Search of St. Paul | 2 weeks 2 days ago
National Shrine of Our Lady of the Snows Saturdays, February 24, March 3, March 10 10 a.m. – 12 Noon Guild Center Presenter: Mark Etling, Ph.D. Shrine Spiritual Programs Coordinator Adjunct Assistant Professor, Saint Louis University Cost: $10 per session, $30.00 for series Registration: Call 618-394-6270 or online snows.org//programs After Jesus himself, St. Paul is probably the most influential figure in the history of Christianity. Still, Paul the man and his theology remain shrouded in mystery. What are we to make of the significant differences between Paul as he describes himself in his own letters and as he is depicted in the Acts of the Apostles? How did the focus of Paul’s theology evolve, even within the collection of his own letters? Are there Jewish elements in Paul’s Christian theology? In this three-week series we will attempt to uncover – amidst all the confusing and even conflicting evidence – the “real” St. Paul.
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