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Entries for April 2020

Catfish for Sale

Posted on April 28, 2020 in: General News

We still have some frozen catfish leftover from our fish fry.  Cost is 2 for $6.  Call Kim @ 314-283-4793 or Ralph @ 314-956-0852 if you are interested

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LIVE STREAMING OF MASSES AT ST. PETER:  By clicking on the "Live Mass Streaming"  link on our main page and it will take you to view Sunday's Mass. Even though we have returned to having public masses, many of our parishioners are unable to make to mass.  We will continue to live stream our masses so you are able to participate in the mass.  We hope you are all staying well and we hope to see you soon!

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Living Faith

Posted on April 23, 2020 in: General News

There are still plenty of Living Faith books in the church and chapel.  Make sure to grab one the next time you visit

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New "Letters of Love" ministry

Posted on April 23, 2020 in: General News

Our parishioner, Rebeca Navarro-McKelvey, has started a project to help nursing home residents who are isolated and unable to receive visitors. The residents love to receive letters. You can send your "letters of love" to PO Box 194, St. Charles, MO. 63302. Rebeca will personally deliver them to Mount Carmel Senior Living located on First Capitol Drive in St. Charles. The staff there will distribute them to the residents they feel are most in need. Due to privacy concerns we do not know the names of the residents, so feel free to address your note to "Dear Friend" or something similar.  Thank you i...

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Please pray for our deceased parishioners Kathleen Buse and Patrick Scott. https://www.baue.com/obit/kathleen-l-buse/ https://www.newcomerstlouis.com/Obituary/183654/Patrick-Scott/St%20Peters-MO

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Rummage Sale-Cancelled

Posted on April 16, 2020 in: General News

The St. Anne Sodality has cancelled their annual rummage sale that was to be held June 12th & 13th.  Hope to see you all next year

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Watch masses online

Posted on April 16, 2020 in: General News

Due to the projected spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) and following recommendations from health and government officials, Archbishop Robert J. Carlson has suspended all public liturgies through April 30. This announcement extends the previous mandate from Archbishop Carlson which suspended all public liturgies up until Holy Week. At this time, all churches are to remain open to individuals for personal prayer, devotions and confessions. Our church is open for private prayer, Mon.– Fri., 6:30 am-3:00 pm; Saturdays, 7:30-9:00 am and 3:00-5:00 pm; and Sundays, 7:00 am-12 noon. Confessions will be heard Saturdays,...

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Divine Mercy Sunday

Posted on April 16, 2020 in: General News

Divine Mercy Sunday
Second Sunday of Easter – Sunday of Divine Mercy      Divine Mercy Sunday, observed on the octave (the eighth day) of Easter, celebrates the fullness of Christ’s resurrection, (this year April 19th).  The solemnity comes to us through St. Sr. Maria Faustina Kowalska, a Polish nun who kept a diary in the early 1900s of Christ’s private revelations to her on His message of mercy.      On Feb. 22, 1931, Sister Maria Faustina Kowalska first saw a vision of Jesus with rays of mercy streaming from His Heart. Chr...

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We are now able to record masses and have them available for you to view at the following link: Good Friday 2020       Holy Saturday 2020      Divine Mercy Sunday It will not be live-streamed, but will upload a little later. We hope you are able to enjoy our beautiful church and liturgy this way.

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Father Seper will be available for confessions on Good Friday, 12 noon to 3:00 pm.  The church will close at 3:00 pm on Good Friday.

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Just a reminder that we have blessed palms available in the chapel as well as bulletins and Living Faith booklets. The chapel is open for private prayer, Mon.– Fri., 6:30 am-3:00 pm; Saturdays, 7:30-9:00 am and 3:00-5:00 pm; and Sundays, 7:00 am-12 noon.

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The Triduum - A three-part Celebration As we prepare to celebrate The Triduum, here is an explanation of the Triduum and how we celebrate it from Fr.  Marques, pastor of St. Benedict Parish, Richmond, VA.      “The preeminent liturgical celebration of the year is upon us: the Sacred Paschal Triduum. “Paschal” is derived from the Hebrew, Greek and Latin words for “Passover” and refers to Jesus’ Death and Resurrection. “Triduum” is based on the Latin “tres” (three) and “dies” (days).      The Triduum ...

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