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Entries for June 2020

Pope Francis appoints Bishop Rozanski  as new archbishop of St. Louis
Pope Francis appoints Bishop Rozanski  as new archbishop of St. Louis, accepts retirement of Archbishop Carlson (please see the entire St. Louis Review article by Jennifer Brinker at https://www.archstl.org/archbishop-carlson-5399) Pope Francis has appointed Bishop Mitchell T. Rozanski of the Diocese of Springfield, Massachusetts, as the 11th bishop and 10th archbishop of St. Louis and has accepted the retirement of Archbishop Robert J. Carlson. Archbishop Carlson turned 75 in June 2019, the age at which bishops are required to submit their retirement to the p...

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Consecration of our Parish Boundaries on the Feast of Corpus Christi
On Sunday, June 14, on the feast of the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ, many of our parishioners took part in “follow the leader”—Christ the Eucharistic Lord—by processing in vehicles to the four corners of our parish boundaries, asking Him to bless and protect our lives and our lands, our parish and our peoples, our boundaries and our businesses, our prayer and our work, all for His glory and for our help. Four stops were made, with Fr. Tom offering brief prayers and then blessing in the direction of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Church.  Sto...

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Youth Ministry

Posted on June 14, 2020 in: General News

Youth Ministry
Janet Hespen, Youth Minister, 314-369-6521 Zoom meetings every Thursday evening at 630pm.  It last 1 hour and is lots of fun.  Yes, we play lots of games. Download Zoom app on your phone or get your computer and use this information for Thursdya night meetings:  meeting ID is 636-268-5487, pw 099612. Call, text or email Janet anytime: janethspn@outlook.com

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Meal Train

Posted on June 07, 2020 in: General News

Meal Train
A great way to organize emergency meals for the people of our parish! Arrival of a new baby Injuries/Surgeries Military deployment Extended illnesses Condolences Group events Please contact Kelly Meyer at meyer5853@qmcinc.org if you have any questions or would like to become a part of this ministry. Paper and clothes recycling bins are located on the gravel lot behind Fr. Tom’s house.

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USAgain – a leader in the textile recycling industry – is a for-profit company with a mission of diverting textiles from landfills. USAgain’s green and white recycling bins provide communities with a convenient way to dispose of surplus clothing and give it a second life. In 2015, USAgain collected 50.7 million pounds of textiles for reuse and recycling. USAgain operates over 12,000 recycling bins in 15 states and has an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau. For more information, visit www.usagain.com OUR BIN IS LOCATED BEHIND THE RECTORY, NEXT TO THE PAPER RECYCLING BINS

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