Baptism Class ~ 11/6/18

Baptism classes, for first time parents and Godparents, are held on the first Tuesday of every month at 7:00pm in the Rectory and last approximately 35 minutes. The next class is scheduled for November 6.  Please call Donna to register.  

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Flu Shots ~ 10/28/18

FLU SHOTS October 28, 2018 @ 9am-1pm in St. Joseph Hall Flu shots will be available from 9:00am-1:00pm on Sunday, October 28, 2018. Visiting Nurses Association (VNA) will be administering flu shots to all who want them! Stop by St. Joseph Hall before or after Mass and get your vaccination!...

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Soup for the Soul ~ 10/21/18

SOUP for the SOUL October 21, 2018 @ 11:00am St. Joseph Hall St Luke was a physician and healer. We will honor our patron saint this weekend after 10:00 Mass. How? With soups! Make your favorite soup and sup with fellow parishioners in St. Joseph Hall. Cook your soup and...

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Killing the Pain, Not the Patient

KILLING THE PAIN, NOT THE PATIENT: PALLIATIVE CARE vs ASSISTED SUICIDE Read the full version at usccb.org/killing-the-pain Assisted suicide is in the news and on lawmakers’ agendas. Supporters call it “aid in dying” and claim it’s just another option for end-of-life care. But it’s radically different from the practice of...

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Donut Social ~ 11/3/18

Sunday, November 3 @ 11:00am in St. Joseph Hall Please join us for a Donut Social as we reconnect with old friends and make new. Experience and be a part of our awesome community!    

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RCIA ~ Wednesdays @ 7:00pm

RITE of CHRISTIAN INITIATON of ADULTS The RCIA process is for adults who are: Not Catholic & seeking information on what the Catholic Church doctrines & beliefs are. Baptized active Catholics, seeking to update their knowledge of the Catholic Faith. Baptized Catholics, but not practicing, who would like to connect...

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Hidden in Plain View ~ 11/7/18

Parent Network of Catholic High Schools in St. Louis Presents… Hidden in Plain View Explore an interactive display of a teenager’s bedroom containing over 70 items that signal a young person is involved in risky activities. Learn how to spot warning signs and get tips for talking to your children...

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Are You being called to Volunteer?

Are you looking for a meaningful volunteer opportunity? Did you know that the same Ronald McDonald House Charities that provides homes to out-of-town families with children in the hospital ALSO provides family rooms inside St. Louis area children’s hospitals to support all families with admitted children. The Ronald McDonald Family...

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