Confirmation Candidate, Parent, Sponsor Meeting is set for Tuesday, March 6th beginning at 7 p.m. in church.
Thirteen youth and five adults traveled to Washington DC to stand up for the dignity of all human life. We rode the bus, we marched, we saw many sights. Interspersed in these photos you will find some quotes from us about what we learned.
Middle Schooler staff use various active learning strategies to engage students.
Why should racial inequality matter to us as Catholics? And how is God calling us to respond? Fr. Bryan Massingale answers questions in a recent speech about how “racism is a sickness of the soul.”. Also, read about Sr. Mary Antona Ebo and her longtime fight for racial equality
While it’s cold outside, our churches are warm and Jesus is waiting there for you. Join us for mass this Sunday. We’re open. No matter the weather. Share this video with your friends and family.
“A few days before Christmas, Jeremy Anderson sat in the basement of Christ the King Church in University City with his girlfriend and one-year-old son as they ate a barbecue dinner. ” Read about their experience in this story from the St. Louis Review.
Perhaps an unopened gift is a good symbol for us. We’ve begun a New Year and we wonder what it will hold? Will it be toys or clothes? Will it be filled with excitement, fun and joy; or the stuff that we didn’t really want … stuff that is less fun, disappointing, maybe even painful?
Do you ever feel like your work is never done? If so, what two words from the gospel might serve you well in the new year?
If Jesus had been born today…what would the fact checkers say? What would happen, 2017, if this would be the time Jesus was born, instead of 2000 years ago?
What does God do best? When you think of God’s presence in your life and world – what is His niche? His specialty in terms of your life?