It was hard to watch the news this week, wasn’t it? To see the terrible events unfolding in Charlottesville, Virginia? The white supremacists and Neo-Nazi’s chanting…
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.
If humor among the disciples is anything like humor at the seminary, than I can easily imagine the 11 apostle’s teasing Simon about his nickname “Petrus” – rock, because of this story.
If you’ve ever done some serious backpacking in the mountains, then perhaps you know this difficult truth. It is tougher coming down the mountains than going up.
As many of you know, I had the leisure to be on vacation in Colorado this month with two of my classmates. It was a golfing vacation, and we played a lot of golf. There was a moment…
Even experienced farmers could not tell the difference in its early stages between wheat and darnel, a weed that also grew in the holy land.
It is usual to ‘hear’ this parable in terms of the soil that the seed falls upon. And it is certainly fruitful to spend time praying about that. Am I good soil? Am I resistant soil?
2017-18 Middle School Handbook
Mrs. Scher provides information about her 6th grade Language Arts Class
Thad tells us about his struggle with schizoaffective disorder and his journey to stability in his mental health life. Part of our Faith in Action education series on mental health.
What people with mental disease need most is patience, sympathy and abundant, unconditional love. They are living in our community—they too are the Body of Christ—and they need our help and support.