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Entries for April 2021

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, which includes this information. In an effort to reach out to everyone during the pandemic, the Archdiocese mailed the cards directly to the parishioners. Sorry about any confusion this may bring. If you have not received your ACA card, please contact Penny Weiss in the parish o...

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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 setting in the St. Louis area on: Saturday, May 8 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Marisol Pfaff, Project Rachel coordinator and certified spiritual director,will help participants realize the hope, love, and mercy of Jesus Christ. Encourage those wounded by abortion to accept this opportuni...

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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 left after this weekend, they will be available during adoration hours Moday from 1:10-5:00 and Tuesday and Thursday from 1:10-7:00pm. 

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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!  In 2020 we had only the livestream option available, our hope for 2022 is back to full church and several Masses in the parish Hall.  Palm Sunday, Holy Thursday, Good Friday the Easter Vigil and Easter Sunday celebrations were powerful and well done, thanks to all who work...

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