Parish Highlights

Donut Sunday

01/12/20

After Morning Masses

January's Donut Sunday is hosted by our Scouts and their parents.

01/01/20

 In choosing to be born for us, God chose to be known by us.

Click here to download the sermon by St. Peter Chrysologus as mentioned in Fr. Tom's "From the Pastor's Pen" column on 1-12-2020.

SVDP Chili Supper

01/25/20

6PM until "you're full" in Parish Hall

Mark your calendars and join your family and friends for the St. Vincent de Paul Chili Supper. A great way to warm your bones, eat wonderful chili and enjoy the company of your parish family.

All proceeds benefit the St. Vincent de Paul Society St. Rose Philippine Duchesne Conference

Your generous free will donation helps us to “embrace our community in a network of charity”

Dessert donations for the Chili Supper are appreciated and can be dropped at the parish hall after 4pm on Jan. 25

Visit Our All Saints Academy Campus

01/26/20

Open House 11:30a-1:30p

Visit our thriving elementary school, which welcomes students in preschool through 8th grade.  Come for a tour, meet teachers parents, students and learn how your child can thrive at All Saints Academy at St. Rose Philippine Duchesne.  We will kick off Catholic Schools Week with an Open House on Sunday, January 26th, 11:30a-1:30p.

3500 St. Catherine Street in Florissant

01/13/20

7:30-9:30am

Frozen Chili Burger Casseroles for St. Patrick's Center are collected on the church parking lot (7:30-9:30am) and on the school parking lot (7:30-8:00) on the second Monday of each month. Click here to download the recipe.

08/11/19

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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