12th Sunday in Ordinary Time

June 21, 2020 Today we celebrate the 12th Sunday in Ordinary Time. From now until the end of the Church Year, which this year is November 28th, we will be learning how to become better disciples of Jesus. Over these many months we will also celebrate important feasts, such as...

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Welcome Home!

Please join us in welcoming David Roth & Hannah Walker to St. Luke’s!  David & Hannah are engaged and are scheduled to be married June 12, 2021.    

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Annual Catholic Appeal

ST. LUKE’s GOAL: $16,611 CHALLENGE GOAL:  $18,633  As we continue to experience the ongoing impact of the Covid-19 pandemic in our archdiocese, the evangelist reminds us today that every hair on our head is counted, that no sparrow falls without God recognizing the loss. St. Matthew proclaims: Do not be...

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Most Holy Body & Blood of Christ

June 14, 2020 Today we gather to celebrate the Solemnity of the Most Holy Body & Blood of Christ, in former days called Corpus Christi. In those days there were elaborate processions through the neighborhood with the Blessed Sacrament carried by the priest under a festive canopy and servers carrying...

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Annual Catholic Appeal

ST. LUKE’s GOAL: $16,611 CHALLENGE GOAL:  $18,633 The terrible circumstances created for everyone by the Covid-19 pandemic cannot be overstated: separation and loneliness, unemployment and homelessness, illness and death. In today’s readings we hear the story of the Israelites journeying in the desert, being tested by afflictions including hunger. God...

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The Most Holy Trinity

June 7, 2020 Today we gather to celebrate the Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity. As we enter the season of Ordinary Time we begin by celebrating two great truths of our faith; today the Most Holy Trinity, and next Sunday, the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ (Corpus...

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Annual Catholic Appeal

ST. LUKE’s GOAL: $16,611 CHALLENGE GOAL:  $18,633   The Archdiocese sent a mailing with pledge cards to everyone who has given in the past five years.  If you have not received one yet, you will likely be receiving one soon.  You can return that pledge card to St. Luke’s (in...

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Glennon Sunday

When SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital opened its doors as the nation’s first free-standing Catholic pediatric hospital, a promise was made to the community that any child in need of care would be welcomed, whether their parents could afford to pay for care or not. That promise still holds...

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SLUH Opportunities

2114SLUH is pleased to offer MULTIPLE virtual opportunities to future Jr. Bills and their parents to experience our brotherhood, our academics, and our robust athletics and co-curricular opportunities  including InsideSLUH Visits, a Campus Tour, Office Hours, and Feature Zoom Events with SLUH Subject-Matter Experts. Visit our Virtual Admissions Office at...

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