Special Collection

The call to be a deacon is to serve.  The weekend of October 3/4 we will be accepting donations for the formation of permanent deacons in the Archdiocese of St. Louis.  These donations relieve some of their financial burden for studies to become a deacon.  There are envelopes in your...

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WANTED: Used Laptops

If you have a used laptop computer with video and audio capability, the Immigrant & Refugee Ministry need donations to aid in ESL instruction during this time of social distancing. Email: irofficestpv@gmail.com Call: 314-772-1525 ext. 204  

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Welcome Home!

WELCOME HOME!  Please join us in welcoming Kelli Unland & Kevin Wiethuchter to St. Luke’s! Kelli & Kevin are engaged to be married on 04/17/2021  

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Women’s Guild

The Women’s Guild will not be meeting this month.  All meetings have been suspended until further notice.  Please contact Jeanette O’Brien if you have any questions.  Jeanette can be reached at 314-781-8720  

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SVDP ~ Meal-A-Month

Please Give a Meal-A-Month Don’t Forget to pick up a yellow Meal-A-Month donation bag at the entrances of church after all Masses on the SECOND Sunday of the month. Please return your filled bag on the third Sunday of the month. Items needed this month are: Canned Beef Stews &...

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Sock Angel Campaign

The Knights of St. Peter Claver (a fraternal organization in the Church akin to the Knights of Columbus) have initiated a campaign that will provide socks to those in need in our city. Any and all types of NEW SOCKS are welcome!  So be an angel and please drop NEW...

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Job Opening

St. Wenceslaus Parish is seeking a Full-Time Custodian/Maintenance Manager.  Benefits available.  Should be a Catholic in good standing. General Duties:  Perform maintenance and janitorial tasks as assigned; Perform minor electrical, plumbing, and mechanical repairs as needed. Email resume to:  stwencebulletin@sbcglobal.net, or mail to:  St. Wenceslaus Parish, 3014 Oregon Ave., St. Louis, MO 63118...

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25th Sunday in Ordinary Time

September 17, 2021 Today we celebrate the 25th Sunday in Ordinary Time. Our first reading from the Prophet Isaiah suggests that even after their exile in Babylon had ended, Israel still struggled to be faithful to God. While there are no limits to His mercy, that forgiveness must be sought...

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