Did you miss getting to see Fr. Boyle, author of “Tattoos on the Heart: The Power of Boundless Compassion”, speak at SLU? The book was our recent Faith in Action book club selection. The entire presentation is available on YouTube.
Faith and Family Commission
This commission expands Catholic catechesis throughout all organizations and maintains active participation in faith formation for youth and adults. It strives to engage parishioners at all life stages and fosters intergenerational activity through service ministries and associations.
Chair: Glenn Zipfel, 314-842-3293 or send an email.
Attention high school sophomores! Can you tell us about how your relationship with a priest, sister, seminarian, or deacon has enriched your life as a Catholic? Enter the Serra Club Vocations Essay Contest. You could win a cash prize. Entries must be submitted by November 27th.
Rival gang members worked side by side. How did this unusual arrangement—enemies working together— play out? Can you think of ways this approach might work in a different context of conflict?
It is a trap, cleverly set for Jesus. If Jesus says “Yes, pay your taxes” he alienates his base. If he says “No, refuse to pay Caesar’s tax” he incites the Romans…
It is October in St. Louis, and sadly, for Cardinals fans, it is not a red October. We are not in the playoffs.
Fifth Grade Students Display Their Fall Harvest
Our eighth grade students recently completed their Industrial Revolution projects.
“Kinship is ‘being one.’ It means there is no ‘us’ and ‘them,’ there is only ‘us.’ Without kinship there is no peace, without kinship there is no justice.”
Catholic Social Teaching asserts that all human beings must see within every person both a reflection of God and a mirror of themselves, and must honor and respect this dignity as a divine gift.
When my nephews were young children, I watched an interesting interplay at a family gathering.