BISHOP EDWARD BRAXTON OF BELLEVILLE PRESENTS
“The Catholic Church and the Black Lives Matter Movement: The Racial Divide in the United States Revisted”
On: Monday, August 8, 2016, 7:00 p.m.
At: The Cardinal Rigali Center, Fleur de lis Room
Sponsored by the Knights and Ladies Auxiliary of St. Peter Claver, The Lwanga Center, Peace & Justice Commission of the Archdiocese of St. Louis.
The mission of the St. Charles Lwanga Center is to promote Christian spiritual formation and leadership development within the African American Catholic Community and for all who collaborate with the Center, in accord with the Gospel of Jesus Christ, in the tradition of the Catholic Church.
Founded in 1978, the center is located at 4746 Carter Ave. (near I-70 and Shreve Avenue exit) in North St. Louis within the St. Elizabeth, Mother of John the Baptist church complex.
Monthly Eucharistic celebrations are held every 1st Wednesday at 8:15 a.m. in St. Elizabeth, Mother of John the Baptist Catholic Church (adjacent to the Center).
Reverend Arthur J. Cavitt is the principal celebrant.
Mass for the Preservation of Peace and Justice, January 18, 2015. Homily by Fr. Cavitt.
Looking for something? Contact Margaret Washington at 314.367.7929, ext. 11.
Meet the people who keep the Center running.