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Suite Seats for a Sweet Cause | 3 weeks 6 days ago
Support families choosing to make the loving, and often expensive, choice to grow their family through adoption AND get a chance to enjoy a 2017 Cardinals game from the Mercy Suite! Raffle winner receives 10 tickets in Suite 33 (along the 1st base line) at Busch Stadium for a 2017 Cardinals’ Home Game, $150 of food/drinks and one parking pass for a mutually agreed upon date. Made available through the generous donation of Mercy. All proceeds benefit the Archbishop Robert J. Carlson Adoption Fund. Great Holiday Gift! Raffle Tickets can be delivered in a festive gift envelope perfect for the person who has everything! To purchase raffle tickets online: archstl.org/raffleforadoption or call the Office of Natural Family Planning at 314.997.7576. Raffle closes March 8, 2017 with drawing on March 15, 2017. Winner will be notified by phone or e-mail.
Catholic Campaign for Human Development - Collection Week of November 20th | 3 weeks 6 days ago
The collection for the Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD) provides funding for groups that make lasting change and uplift the poor in the United States. CCHD was founded to break the cycle of poverty in the U.S. by funding organizations that help individuals help themselves . CCHD’s grants improve education, support economic development, and create affordable housing in low-income neighborhoods. Help us continue to defend human dignity and build communities of solidarity. Please give to the CCHD Collection.
beONE Resource Day | 3 weeks 6 days ago
All are welcome to attend a beONE Resource Day on Saturday, January 28, 2017, 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. at the Cardinal Rigali Center (20 Archbishop May Dr., 63119). For more information visit archstl.org/resourceday.
Generational Healing Service | 3 weeks 6 days ago
Friday, November 18, 2016, 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. at the Cardinal Rigali Center. Services are a paraliturgy, not a Mass, and focus on healing prayer and deliverance related to issues both past and present in one’s family line. Paperwork is provided for prayerful preparation but is not necessary for participation. You can obtain paperwork by contacting Anne Hruz at annehruz@archstl.org or calling 314-731-6100. You may also consult our website, www.archstl.org/renewal.
Archdiocesan Area-wide Prayer Meeting | 3 weeks 6 days ago
Thursday, November 17, 2016, 7:30 p.m. at the Cardinal Rigali Center. Praise and worship - teaching - prayer. Our speaker for the evening is Anne Hruz, Coordinator of Healing and Deliverance Ministry. If you have questions, please contact Jane Guenther at 314-792-7734 or janeguenther@archstl.org
Heroin AND prescription painkiller misuse | 3 weeks 6 days ago
An epidemic is KILLING hundreds of people in the St. Louis area each year. Heroin AND prescription painkiller misuse. How can you support your community? How can you prevent it in your home? Where can you turn for help? Tuesday, November 29, 2016. Incarnate Word Parish – 7:00 PM Information: ncada-stl.org 314.962.3456 info@ ncada-stl.org Presented By NCADA. The Place To Turn. Presentation Will Be In Lower Church Hall
Pallottine Renewal Center in Florissant Presents Advent Speaker Series | 4 weeks 5 hours ago
Refresh, reflect and renew at Pallottine this Advent. Hear informative and inspiring speakers. Experience Pallottine’s excellent hospitality. And enjoy 83 acres of beautiful countryside. Offerings are: Reclaiming the Holy in Holidays (November 30), The Advent of Mary in Image, Metaphor and Mystery (December 8), and Birthing Hope (December 13). Day-long workshops are $30 each, lunch included. To learn more about the series and to register, visit pallottinerenewal.org or call 314-837-7100.
A 12-Step Retreat at Mercy Center for the Holiday Season | 4 weeks 3 days ago
"From Darkness into Light: Reflections on the 12 Step Way of Life" is a retreat for the holiday season by Patti Bitter at Mercy Center, Frontenac, December 9—10, 2016. Registration 4:30 P.M. Friday. Program concludes 4:00 P.M. Saturday Practitioners of the 12 Steps share difficult stories of life’s hardships and yet are some of the most grateful, joyful, and connected people. Join us as we journey to discover how others have used these Steps to transform dark times into lightness of joy. Presenter: Patti Bitter, MSW, CRAADC, LCSW has studied the 12 step way of life for 30 years and believes in its transformative power. In her therapy practice at Tapestry Counseling, LLC she specializes in helping individuals and couples. Non-refundable registration: $25 due Nov. 25 Total cost, including registration: Overnight: $125; Commuters: $85 Contact: Sandy Meyer at 314.966.4686 or smeyer@mercycenterstl.org
Birthing Hope: A Quiet Advent Retreat at Mercy Center | 4 weeks 3 days ago
"Birthing Hope" is a quiet Advent retreat led by Kathleen Davis at Mercy Center, Frontenac, December 2—3, 2016. Registration 4:30 P.M. Friday. Program concludes 4:00 P.M. Saturday Advent is a season to reflect on new life, new beginnings, and renewed hope—a time to slow, rest, and wait for newness to be born. What does it mean to hope in a world that can overwhelm us with fear and doubt? In this season symbolized by darkness, can our hope bring light? The invitation for this retreat is to enter into this time of quiet expectancy, and listen deeply to what stirs within as we ask ourselves, “How can I birth newness… how can I birth hope?” Presenter: Kathleen Davis is a full time spiritual director and retreat leader. She has her Master’s of Arts in Pastoral Studies from Aquinas Institute of Theology as well as graduate certificates in Youth Ministry and Spiritual Direction. Non-refundable registration: $25 due Nov. 18 Total cost, including registration: Overnight: $125; Commuters: $85 Contact: Sandy Meyer at 314.966.4686 or smeyer@mercycenterstl.org
The Advent Retreat, Marianist Retreat Center, Eureka, MO. | 4 weeks 5 days ago
3 FACES OF ADVENT - DECEMBER 2, 3 & 4, 2016- Led by Fr. Tom Santen, Lucia Signorelli and Steve Givens. The rich imagery from Isaiah, the "fiat" of Mary, and the fiery figure of John the Baptist dominate the days of Advent as they stir anticipation in the hearts of God's people. We will focus on them and their continual impact on the faith community. Cost $ 190 includes all meals, linens, etc. Call 938-5390 for reservations.
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