St. Charles Lwanga Center

Homily from Fr. Art Cavitt, 2017 Mass for the Preservation of Peace and Justice.


Mission Statement:

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.

 

History

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.

 

Programs/Services

Evangelization

Youth and Young Adult Ministry

Spiritual Enrichment & Resources

 

Liturgy

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.

 

Resources

Looking for something? Contact Margaret Washington at 314.367.7929, ext. 11.

 

Links

National Black Catholic Congress

St. Louis Review

 

Staff

Meet the people who keep the Center running.

 

Sponsoring Parishes
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Latest News

FR. ART GOES TO CAPITOL HILL

On Thursday, April 14, our executive director, Fr. Arthur Cavitt was the guest chaplain to the U.S. House of Representatives. He led the assembly in prayer before their opening session. Viewing of the prayer and subsequent tribute can be seen within the first five minutes on the link below:

http://www.c-spanvideo.org/program/HouseSession4064.

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