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CATHOLIC FACT OR FICTION: LEGENDS, TRUE STORIES, AND CONSPIRACIES | 6 weeks 3 days ago
Aquinas Institute of Theology - Spring 2017 Theology for Life Series ● Sr. Juliet Mousseau, associate professor of Church History, will explore topics from the history of Catholicism that approach the unbelievable. What facts are fictional tales and conspiracy theories built on? What do our real and fictional stories about saints and popes say about how we understand our tradition? ● March 7: Mary Magdalene and Her Legendary Lives ● March 14: Knights Templar, Illuminati, and Jesuits: Secret(ive) Catholic Societies ● March 21: The Holy Grail ● April 4: Pope Joan (Really)? ● April 11: Saints, Legends, and Relics ● Cost is $25.00 per session or $100.00 for all 5 sessions-attend as many as you wish. ● For more information or to register, contact 314-256-8804 or events@ai.edu ● Aquinas Institute of Theology ● 23 S. Spring Ave. ● St. Louis, MO 63108 ● 314-256-8800 ● www.ai.edu
FAITH--MUSIC--TEENAGERS | 7 weeks 22 hours ago
Faith--Music--Teenagers This is a call to young people age 10 - 17 to share your vocal and/or instrumental musical talent in a faith-filled group of music ministers from 40 parishes and schools across the Archdiocese of St. Louis called The Young Catholic Musicians. These young people lead the music for Mass once a month at different churches. Auditions are being held now. To schedule an audition, contact Fr. Bruce Forman at 314-231-7464 or revycm@charter.net. Information on YCM at our web page: archstl.org/musicians.
Vincentian Mission Corps Program Director | 7 weeks 1 day ago
The Vincentian Mission Corps, a young adult ministry of the Daughters of Charity, is seeking a new Program Director. Vincentian Mission Corps (VMC) is a year-long, faith-based service program forming young adult leaders in the tradition of St. Vincent de Paul and St. Louise de Marillac. The Program Director should be a self-directed worker who is eager to accompany young people through a transformative year of serving those living in poverty in St. Louis. The Director is responsible for all aspects of the program including recruitment, holistic support for the volunteers, event planning, spiritual formation, budgeting, and worksite communication. Applicants should understand and live the mission of the Vincentian Family. Experience as a volunteer or a Volunteer Director, young adult minister, or teacher is preferred. If interested, please send a resume and cover letter to humanresources@doc.org by March 1.
Join us for the Sr. Betty Brucker, FSM Memorial Scholarship Presentation - March 8th | 7 weeks 1 day ago
For the second year, St. Francis Community Services will be presenting the Sr. Betty Brucker, FSM Memorial Scholarship to a female student in our community who has limited resources and is studying a health care discipline. This ceremony, and scholarship, honors the late Sr. Betty Brucker’s tireless commitment to serving the most vulnerable among us throughout her life and ministry. Join us the evening of March 8th, 6-8pm, at SSM DePaul Hospital's May Center as we reflect on Sr. Betty’s life and legacy and present this special scholarship to a deserving student. Drinks and hearty hors d’oeuvres will be served. The ceremony is free to attend, but RSVPs are required. If you are interested in attending, please contact ogriffith@ccstl.org.
Meteorologist Mike Roberts Pilgrimage to Italy | 7 weeks 2 days ago
Experience the Shrines of Italy on an inspirational journey through the rolling hills and lively cities of beautiful Italy. Award winning KSDK meteorologist, Mike Roberts and his wife Karen are organizing a special trip, Shrines of Italy with the longest-standing U.S. tour operator Collette. Interested travelers can learn more about the tour by attending a free, informational presentation from Lora Carlson, a local Collette representative. February 21st at 6:00 pm Tony’s Restaurant, 312 Piasa Street, Alton, IL To RSVP to the presentation or to request a free brochure for more information, please contact Peggy Lang by calling 636-462-8747 If you are unable to attend the presentation, there will also be a free online webinar overview of the trip on March 7, 2017 at 7:00 pm.
CRS Rice Bowl | 7 weeks 3 days ago
Each Lent, we are invited into a season of spiritual reflection and renewal. CRS Rice Bowl is one way for families and faith communities to experience the season of Lent. Rice Bowl is the Lenten program of Catholic Relief Services, the international humanitarian agency of the Catholic community in the United States. 75 percent of your Rice Bowl donations support CRS’s humanitarian relief programs in nearly 100 countries. Additionally, Catholic Relief Services allows each diocese that participates to keep 25% of the collection in the local community to be used for hunger and poverty alleviation programs. In the Archdiocese of St. Louis, these funds support food pantries and other programs. We hope you will participate in CRS Rice Bowl this Lent.
FISH FRY IS COMING!! | 7 weeks 6 days ago
Friday's, starting March 3, 2017 up to and including Friday, April 7, 2017. Immaculate Conception Parish, 7420 Anna Avenue, Maplewood, Missouri 63143 4:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. $10 for adults; $8.00 for Seniors (60+) and $5.00 for kids. Menu includes baked fish, fried fish, fish taco's, buttered noodles, French fries, hush puppies, corn, green beans, salad and slaw. There is also a soup option. Meals include coffee, tea and lemonade with other drinks and desserts offered for an additional cost. Contact Marilyn Springer at (314) 280-0304 for additional information.
SLU Centre for Catholic Studies ~ Adult Education Seminar | 8 weeks 19 hours ago
You are invited to join SLU alumni and friends for the Spring Adult Education Seminar sponsored by Centre for Catholic Studies at Saint Louis University. Fr. David Meconi, SJ will lead 5 discussions on Saint Augustine's acclaimed and still wonderfully contemporary "Confessions". Fr. Meconi is an Internationally known Augustine scholar and this is a great opportunity to study with him. His academic page can be found at: https://goo.gl/AofkIA. The evenings will take place at Jesuit hall, 3601 Lindell Boulevard on March 1, 8, 22, 29, and April 5. The seminar begins at 6:00 each evening. A suggested donation of $150 is requested to support the Centre for Catholic Studies. Your contribution includes a copy of Fr. Meconi's annotated "Confessions", published by Ignatius Press. Registration required, register at: https://goo.gl/g8yXyp or email: jesuitmission@slu.edu Questions may be directed to Judi Buncher at 314-977-7065 Space is limited, register early!!
The Young Catholic Musicians' Auditions | 8 weeks 2 days ago
The Young Catholic Musicians is a choir and orchestra of young people age 10 – 17 who lead the music for Mass once a month at different churches throughout the Archdiocese of St. Louis. Auditions for singers and instrumentalists are taking place now. If you would like to share your musical talent in a choir/orchestra of 60 young people from over 40 parishes and schools, contact the Director, Father Bruce Forman at 314-231-7464 or by email at revycm@charter.net. For additional information, check our web pages: www.archstl.org/musicians and youngcatholicmusicians.com.
CATHOLIC FACT OR FICTION: LEGENDS, TRUE STORIES, AND CONSPIRACIES | 8 weeks 6 days ago
Aquinas Institute of Theology - Theology for Life Series - Sr. Juliet Mousseau, associate professor of Church History, will explore topics from the history of Catholicism that approach the unbelievable. What facts are fictional tales and conspiracy theories built on? What do our real and fictional stories about saints and popes say about how we understand our tradition? - March 7: Mary Magdalene and Her Legendary Lives - March 14: Knights Templar, Illuminati, and Jesuits: Secret(ive) Catholic Societies - March 21: The Holy Grail - April 4: Pope Joan (Really)? - April 11: Saints, Legends, and Relics - Cost is $25.00 per session or $100.00 for all 5 sessions-attend as many as you wish. For more information or to register, contact 314-256-8804 or events@ai.edu - Aquinas Institute of Theology ● 23 S. Spring Ave. ● St. Louis, MO 63108 ● 314-256-8800 ● www.ai.edu
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