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Guidelines for Mass Attendance

Stay home if you or any family/household member is sick, or if you have medical conditions that put you at higher risk.

Before you come to Mass: take your temperature (less tan 99 degrees), wash your hands, and wear a face mask covering.

Face masks are REQUIRED without exception and must be worn throughout Mass, only removed briefly for the recetion of Holy Communion.

Read full guidelines and watch Fr. Tom's Video Message here: https://strpd.flocknote.com/note/7290052

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.

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

7:30-9:30am

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

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New Parish Office Hours

Beginning Monday August 3rd, the parish office will have new hours.
Monday - Thursday from 8:30am - 4:00pm
(closed from noon until 1pm for lunch)
Fridays from 8:30am - Noon

I will, at times, have to help with Funeral Masses, so the office may be closed during the day as well. I thank you for being patient and understanding during this time of transition. ~ Gina

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.

150 Club Winners for 2020

On Tuesday, August 4th the 150 Club Committee held the drawings for 2020 in the parish office. Watch the video to find out who won the drawings! Congratulations to all the winners! The 150 Club presented a $2500 check to the parish.  Stay tuned for information about the 2021150 Club, the committee is hoping to restart in January.  More details to come!

Special thanks to Lee Fischer and Norma Rehme for making sure these drawings happened, and for all who support the St. Rose Philippine Duchesne 150 Club. 

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 Our Mission:  Inspired by St. Rose Philippine Duchesne, our Parish serves God and community with its many ministries by witness of faith, through ongoing faith formation and evangelization of youth, while embracing cultural diversity and social justice. 

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We are a Parish in the Archdiocese of Saint Louis

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