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Entries for April 2021

In-Home COVID-19 Vaccines Website and Phone
In-home COVID-19 Vaccines Available for Homebound Adults If you or a loved one are interested in getting vaccinated against COVID-19, but are homebound, the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHHS) has good news. As of last week, the department is working with Area Agencies on Agi...

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Old Rosaries, religious Jewelry, Missals & other Items Collection
Do you have old Rosaries, Missals, Relics, jewelry or other religious items in your house gathering dust?  Donate them today.  Please call 843-3245 or send a message to email information@sclparish.org to set up a drop off time at the SCL Parish Office  9740 Sappington R...

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Mother's Day Cards

Posted on April 23, 2021 in: General News

Mother's Day Cards
This weekend and next you will find Mother’s Day cards available in the narthex.  Simply take a card and use an enclosed envelope to send a donation of any size to Birthright in honor of your mother.  Don’t forget the other mothers in your life, for example, your daughter-in-la...

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ACA - THY WILL BE DONE

Posted on April 21, 2021 in: General News

ACA - THY WILL BE DONE
  IMPORTANT ACA ANNOUNCEMENT If you have received your pledge card directly from the Archdiocese, you may return it directly with your donation to them. SCL will still get credit for our parish when you do so. Please write parish #260 on your check memo and/or return the card sent to you,...

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Project Rachel Day of Reflection
Project Rachel, an Abortion Healing Ministry program of the Archdiocese of St. Louis, is holding a Day of Spiritual Reflection for women wounded by abortion. The day of reflection, which includes Mass, the Sacrament of Reconciliation and a light lunch, will be held in a confidential, prayerful setti...

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Free Matthew Kelly Book

Posted on April 09, 2021 in: General News

Free Matthew Kelly Book
Matthew Kelly's book, "The Biggest Lies in the History of Christianity," is available free of charge in the Gathering Sapce at all Masses this weekend (Saturday 5:00pm, Sunday 7:30, 9:00, 10:30 and Noon). We have only a limited a supply, so it is first come, first served. If books are ...

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A Note From Fr. Jim

Posted on April 07, 2021 in: General News

A Note From Fr. Jim
First, Happy Easter to all!  We just completed Holy Week and Easter 2021, we averaged nearly 150 people in person at our 5 Easter Masses, and your participation by way of livestream was even more robust.  Thank you for joining in our worship as you were prudently able.  Progress! ...

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