Here is the school calendar.
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.
See over 100 of photos of our first day of service. Well over 350 volunteers showed up to serve. More than 1100 hours of service was donated in one day. Thank you to all who participated.
What a wonderful day we had on our first day of service at SJM! THANK YOU to everyone who participated. Read the summary of the impact we made in one single day. And please take our survey.
They told him about the first visit. About him appearing despite locked doors. About him speaking to them, wishing them peace. He is ALIVE, they told him. It was not enough for Thomas.
A few years ago at St. Ann, the eighth grade class acted out the Stations of the Cross ‘tableau style’ – taking an element of the station and ‘freezing’ into that position as the story was proclaimed.
Two Januaries ago, while on vacation with my support group, Bishop Stika said a memorable thing at one of our daily masses. He was talking about a challenge he gave to the priests in his diocese.
It is the haunting loneliness that grips me. Nobody stepped forward to defend Jesus or to speak on his behalf. Where were the recipients of his healings?
St. Justin has begun to collaborate with the Room at the Inn day shelter in Bridgeton. Volunteers are needed. We are also accepting donations to help cover the start up costs.
Faith in Action needs your help! Cannot attend the day of service but still want to help? Several of our projects are seeking donations.
John takes a long time to tell his stories, especially the stories of Jesus’ miracles.