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(equal opportunity– men invited, too!) on Saturday, April 8 starting at 9:00 am Here’s what we’re going to do: Vacuum floors Clean windows Polish furniture Dust plants Sanitize trash cans and counter tops Clean restrooms Dust lights, shelves, blinds, etc….and just make everything look nice! And here’s where we’re going:  Weber Hall and bell tower, Offices and narthex Sacristies, Adoration chapel and church Restrooms, Closets and cry room Sign-up sheets are in the narthex

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Lenten Fish Fries

Posted on March 28, 2017 in: General News

March 3, 10, 17, 24, 31, April 7 Serving from 4:30-7:00pm $12: Adults Dine in $10: Adults Carry out $6: Kids 12 and under Dine in $5: Kids 12 and under carry out Menu Includes: Haddock - Cod - Catfish French Fries, Green Beans, Cole Slaw, Mac & Cheese, Applesauce, Surprise Pasta each week Tea, Coffee, Lemonade Beer and Sode available for purchase thanks to our Knights of Columbus  

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Date: Tuesday, April 18 The Village Bar & Restaurant 12247 Manchester Rd. in Des Peres Voted best burger and onion rings in St. Louis MANY times. Salads, wings, chili and more. Jukebox. Inexpensive. Departing IHM parking lot at 10:30am (carpooling advised) with reservations for 11:30am Please join us for a delicious lunch and especially time together! RSVP and Point of Contact: Michelle Brothers: 314-614-1114 or sign-up Respond by Sunday, April 16 and indicate if you are willing to drive and how many you can take

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Pro-Life Action Day 2017

Posted on March 08, 2017 in: General News

Join pro-life forces from across the state for the annual Pro-Life Action Day in Jefferson City on Tues., Mar. 14th, from 11:00am to 2pm. Registration will take place in the 1st floor rotunda of the State Capitol. You will have the chance to speak face to face with your elected representatives about legislation currently under consideration, including a bill requiring annual abortion clinic inspections and accounting for the disposition of tissue from aborted babies, and a bill on free speech and religious liberty rights of alternative-to abortion agencies. If you prefer to leave the driving to someone else, a bus, sponsor...

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There will be a sign-up sheet this weekend at all Masses if you wish to join in making the consecration to Jesus through Mary. Five years ago, 76 people from this parish participated in this devotion. This is a chance to grow in your relationship with Jesus through the help of Our Blessed Mother. This devotion will start on April 10 and we want to pray for all those who participate. A member of the Legion of Mary will be available if you have any questions regarding this devotion and also to make certain that you have the proper book to participate.

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Out and About

Posted on March 07, 2017 in: General News

Breakfasts and Dinners •Fried Chicken at Friedens Peace UCC in New Melle; Sunday February 19, 12:00 - 6:00pm. Potatoes & Gravy, Coleslaw, Corn- bread, Green Beans, Baked Beans, and Dessert. DINNER PRICES: $11.00 Adults & Carry-outs; $5.50 Children (6-11); FREE Chil- dren (5 & under) & Pastors •Breakfast and pancake breakfast at St. Patrick Church in Wentzville; Sunday, Feb. 19 from 7:30 to 12:30 pm. Adults $7, children ages 4-12 $3; all proceeds benefit the ACTS retreat fund. •St. Joseph/Josephville K of C Breakfast-Sun., Feb. 26 from 8am-noon at 1410 Josephville Rd.,  Went...

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Dear Parishioners, As we enter into Lent the Church urges us to make it a season of service and sacrifice for God and neighbor. All of our Lenten disciplines should free us to love God and neighbor with greater joy and zeal. May our fasting and abstinence increase our hunger for God. May our prayers challenge and encourage us to seek God always. May our almsgiving make us more aware of God’s bountiful blessings for us. These common Lenten disciplines are meant to make God the center of our lives and the focal point of our desires. One of the greatest things about being Catholic is the immense spiritual treasury...

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