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Cantor Workshop

Posted on July 14, 2021 in: General News

2021 Fall Sausage Dinner

Posted on July 14, 2021 in: General News

2021 Fall Sausage Dinner
Get ready for the return of our famous SAUSAGE DINNERS! If you were an Activity/Shift Chair at the last dinner (Fall 2019!) and you’re unable to perform that duty for this upcoming dinner, please contact Jeff Comotto at 314-560- 6972 or jcomotto@centurylink.net as soon as you can. I can smell that delicious sausage frying right now! Cold beer here!

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No Taxpayer Abortion

Posted on July 14, 2021 in: General News

No Taxpayer Abortion
Some powerful Members of Congress want taxpayer dollars to pay for abortion for poor women. To offer a woman a government-funded abortion, but not the resources she needs to care for her child, is not “choice” but coercion. Government money would be better spent supporting women in crisis pregnancies and struggling new mothers than paying to end the lives of their children. Tell ...

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Men’s ACTS Retreat

Posted on July 14, 2021 in: General News

Men’s ACTS Retreat
August 19-22, 2021 Most say: “You can’t explain what happens; you have to experience it.” This is your invitation to the experience Registration is now open for the Men’s ACTS Retreat to be held August 19-22 at the LaSalle Retreat Center. An ACTS retreat is a three-day, three-night Catholic lay retreat presented by men of St. Patrick, St. Gianna, and Immaculate Heart o...

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Tour and Mass at the Shrine of St. Joseph
Since this is the year of St. Joseph, we are making a group Pilgrimage to the St. Joseph Shrine in downtown St. Louis on Tuesday, August 17th. Everyone is invited (men/women/children/friends). If you would text or email Sharon Hagan (see contact information below) and how many people are coming by August 1 we can determine the size of bus we need and what our cost per person would be. We will meet...

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