Office of Consecrated Life

Welcome to the Office of Consecrated Life

The Office of Consecrated Life acts as a liaison between the Archbishop and the men and women in various Institutes of consecrated life in the Archdiocese of Saint Louis by supporting the members of the Institutes in fulfilling their unique charism and undertaking their apostolic works.  The Office also works in collaboration with the Archdiocesan Office of Vocations to promote vocations to consecrated life.

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To learn more about consecrated life or to contact the Office of Consecrated Life for any other reason, please use this online form or contact us at:

Office of Consecrated Life
Archdiocese of St. Louis
20 Archbishop May Drive
St. Louis MO 63119-5738

Latest News

Virtue of Forgiveness--Day of Prayer and Healing For Religious Sisters

National Catholic Sisters Week

Presenter: Lynne Lang

March 14, 2015

9:00 am – 3:00 pm

Cardinal Rigali Center, Archbishop May Room
20 Archbishop May Drive, Saint Louis MO 63119 


9:00 am 9:30 am Registration & Continental Breakfast
9:30 am Welcome Conference 1: Forgiveness What is it?
Conference 2: Our Human Need for Forgiveness
11:45 am 12:30 pm Lunch
Conference 3: Love and Forgiveness
2:00 pm Holy Sacrifice of the Mass Closing Activities



Lynne Lang has degrees in Communications and Health Management, and currently servesas Director of School Climate for the Archdiocese of St. Louis. She has worked in the field ofhealth education and curriculum development since 1994. As a trainer and author, shedeveloped a national initiative to address bullying in Catholic schools,Virtue-based Restorative Discipline (VBRD). She believes relationships are the top priority inany community, and we can develop the necessary skills to maintain them when we cultivatepersonal virtue. These holy habits for human excellence can enable us to experiencespiritual growth in ourselves and in those around us. The virtue of Forgiveness calls us to a deeper love ofGod, of self, and of one another. Join us in this journey to learn and experience the holy habit of Forgiveness.

RSVP: or call: 314.792.7251

Day of Prayer and Recollection

Day of Prayer and Recollection

Saturday, February 7, 2015  |  9:00 am – 2:00 pm



The Discernment of Spirits

Father James Mason


St. Elizabeth of Hungary Catholic Church
1420 South Sappington Road St. Louis, MO 63126

 Donation $10.00 for the day

Register at:
9:00 - 9:30 am          Registration and Continental breakfast
9:30 - 10:30 am        Conference-Rules for Discerning Spirits part I
10:30 - 11:00 am      Quiet Prayer and Reflection
11:00 – 11:30 am     Round Table Sharing
11:30 - 12:30 pm      Lunch
12:30 - 1:30 pm        Conference-Rules for Discerning Spirits part II
1:30 - 2:00 pm          Round Table Sharing 



All are welcome, consecrated religious, family and friends!

For more information: 

or call: 314-792-7251

 Rev. James Mason

Father James Mason is a Priest of the Diocese of Sioux Falls, South Dakota. After being ordained in 2001, he served as Pastor of St. Rose of Lima Parish in Garretson from 2001-2004 and as the Director of Vocations, Vice-Chancellor, and Medical Moral Advisor for the Catholic Diocese of Sioux Falls from 2001-2009. In addition, Father Mason served as the Director of Broom Tree Retreat Center from 2004-2014 and as Pastor of St. Lambert Parish in Sioux Falls from 2008-2014. He is currently the Director of Spiritual Formation and Dean of Students at Kenrick-Glennon Seminary in St. Louis. Father Mason attended the North American College and received his STB from the Pontifical University of St. Thomas – Angelicum, Rome. He received his JD from the University of Minnesota Law School. Prior to entering the seminary, Father Mason was the Director of Catholic Charities, legal counsel, and lobbyist for the Diocese of Sioux Falls and worked as a prosecutor in Minneapolis, Minnesota. 

Day of Prayer and Reflection - Dec. 13, 2014

UPDATE: Listen to Fr. Landry's podcasts from the conference, below.

“Waking up the World!  Pope Francis and the Joy-filled Missionary Transformation of Religious Life”

Fr. Roger Landry is a priest of the Diocese of Fall River where he is the pastor of St. Bernadette Parish in the see city. After graduating with a biology degree from Harvard College, he prepared for the priesthood at the North American College in Rome, where he did his advanced theological work in moral theology and bioethics at the John Paul II Institute. He writes a weekly column for the Anchor, the weekly newspaper of the Diocese of Fall River that he ran for seven years, and provides regular columns for the National Catholic Register and other Catholic publications. During the conclave that elected Pope Francis, he provided expert on-site commentary for EWTN's coverage with Raymond Arroyo. He preaches several retreats a year for women's religious communities, Diocesan presbyterates and deacon programs, and seminaries. His articles and daily homilies are archived at



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