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A Video Message from Father Tom

on Resuming Public Masses Starting May 20th

Please take the time to view this important video message from Fr. Tom. He explains the procedures and guidelines we must follow for resuming public Masses starting next week on Wednesday, May 20th.

 

Video 5-22-2020:

https://youtu.be/s701oQcG6CU 

Video 5-15-2020:

https://youtu.be/eH2edzqJTuA

Click here for additional details.

Our parish continues to have expenses that need to be met, even without public Masses.  Please consider setting up an online giving account to make your weekly offertory contribution.  

It's the best way to stay connected with our parish right now!

Now Enrolling Preschool & Kindergarten 2020-21

Our elementary school welcomes students in preschool through 8th grade.  Visit allsaintsacademystl.org to learn more.

 Recently posted:Access homilies by Fr. Tom on our website.
 

  • The 3rd Sunday of Advent one is a call to rejoice, whatever our circumstances may be.

  • The 4th Sunday of Advent is for those who may feel stressed out or left out of Christmas.

  • And Christmas Day is an invitation to enjoy the relationship we now have with Jesus.

Our Priests' Response

From the Pastor's Pen - August 11, 2019

Fr. Nickolai and I both addressed the painful area of clergy abuse of children (see below for link to a brief summary), after Archbishop Carlson published a list of any priests with “credible allegations” going back 50 years. This was in advance of a list soon to come out by the Missouri Attorney General. While this is a broad societal problem, with similar percentages of offenders among all groups, special harm is done to those who are victimized by someone in a position of great trust and faith. The Church continues efforts of screening applicants at every stage, and monitoring all in ministry, ordained or not.

Click here to read notes from Fr. Tom and Fr. Nickolai, which they each shared in recent homilies.

Read a recent article from Psychology Today Top 10 Myths about Clergy Abuse in the Catholic Church

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Table of Plenty

If there are ANY parishioners who are in NEED of a warm, home cooked meal please come to the parish site every Tuesday in May from 5:30-6:30pm. Our Table of Plenty Volunteers will be providing to-go meals to those who
come by. They will begin serving in the parking lot at 5:30pm until the meals run out. Feel free to call ahead to the parish office at 314-837-3410 or e-mail Gina to let Table of Plenty know how many meals your family would like to pick up!

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 true today.

 

St. Louis has a long tradition of responding generously in times of crisis, coming together in solidarity to give hope to those in need. SSM Health Cardinal Glennon is a proud part of that tradition, and we need you now more than ever. 

 

In this extraordinary time of crisis, our costs to deliver care are extraordinary as well.  Now is the time for our dear friends in the faith community to come together and partner with us as we uphold a commitment to our mission of faith-filled health care services, delivered by some of the region’s best caregivers: Through our exceptional health care services, we reveal the healing presence of God.

Please join us by making a gift during Glennon Sunday weekend, June 6-7, online at glennon.org. Together we will continue to make miracles possible bringing God’s love and joy into the lives of our young patients. On behalf of our patients and families, may God bless you for providing hope, healing, faith and compassion to every child who walks through the doors at SSM Health Cardinal Glennon. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dC4rSSluCE4&feature=youtu.be

Garage Sale Postponed

We are still accepting drop-offs!! However, if you could hold on to them until St. Louis County/
Archdiocesan restrictions are lifted that would be appreciated.
Drops offs are ONLY on Thursday evenings from 7pm to 8:30 pm.
We are not having pickups at this time. Drop offs - please use Door #4 at the Parish Site - use the driveway behind
the parish offices. Please call or text Theresa 314-303-1720 for any questions.

Online Giving

Online giving is an easy, safe and convenient way to keep your offertory giving in support of our parish during this time of staying at home. Click here to download a step-by-step guide to setting up your Online Giving account. Contact the parish office if you have any questions.

Office Hours Shortened

Beginning Tuesday, March 24. 2020 and until further notice, the parish office will be open Monday through Friday, 8:30am until Noon.  If you have donations for our St. Vincent DePaul Society food pantry, Deacon Diaper Drive, your parish offertory envelope, or other urgent business, please visit during these hours. Envelopes may also be dropped through the door slot at any time. Thank you!

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