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Archdiocesan news briefs

May Procession in Perryville

St. Vincent High School senior Maria Wibbenmeyer crowned a statue of the Blessed Mother at the annual May Procession May 5 on the grounds of the National Shrine of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal in Perryville. The procession included recitation of the Rosary and concluded with a ceremony in the Marian grotto including prayers, singing and crowning of the Mary statue. Children who recently received their first Communion placed flowers at the foot of the statue, and teens who were confirmed presented boxes of prayer petitions. Members of the Children of Mary Sodality at St. Vincent de Paul High School in Perryville served as a court that presented the crown of flowers to be placed atop Mary’s head.

St. Ambrose custodian honored

Izet Subasic, custodian at St. Ambrose School in St. Louis, received the grand prize award in Tennant Company’s “Custodians are Key” program on May 10. Subasic and the school won a $15,000 prize package from the company, which designs, manufactures and markets to solutions to “reinvent how the world cleans,” according to a news release. He was selected from a field of more than 1,700 nominees. “Izet is more than a custodian to us. He is our friend and a significant part of our community,” St. Ambrose principal Michele Grellner said. “He willingly lends a hand to students, staff and even community members who need help. He greets the students every morning and even challenges them to games of chess and soccer. He makes sure everyone is comfortable and safe during times of extreme heat or cold. Izet can fix anything! This year, he also served as the assistant coach of the school’s eighth-grade soccer team. Our school would never be the same without him.”

Vox Una Youth Chorale

Vox Una Youth Chorale will host auditions Wednesday and Thursday, May 22 and 23, at the Cathedral Basilica of Saint Louis. The ensemble provides students enrolled in single-gender high schools with chorale experience as they perform collegiate-level SATB literature with the highest level of musicianship and technique. The ensemble also is an artist in residence at the Cathedral Basilica. Those interested in auditioning should complete a survey at stlreview.com/3V0kFXs. For more information, contact executive director Addie Akin at [email protected].

Vox Una also will perform its season finale concert at 2 p.m. Sunday, June 2, at Mary Queen of Peace Church, 676 W. Lockwood Ave. in Webster Groves. To purchase tickets, visit stlreview.com/4afSV5C.

Spirit and Truth St. Louis

Spirit and Truth St. Louis will mark its 15th anniversary with a pontifical Mass and eucharistic procession on Thursday, May 30, at Epiphany Parish, 6596 Smiley Ave. in St. Louis. The young adult group began meeting weekly in 2009 for eucharistic adoration, prayer, study and fellowship, and the group continues to meet at Epiphany. A catered dinner will be served at 5 p.m., followed by Mass at 7 p.m. with Auxiliary Bishop Mark S. Rivituso and the eucharistic procession. A dessert reception will take place afterward. To sign up for the dinner, visit stlreview.com/3UXnBUO.

Bruised and Wounded event

Father Ron Rolheiser, OMI, will speak on “Bruised and Wounded: Struggling to Understand Suicide” at 7 p.m. Thursday, June 13, at St. Joseph Parish Corpus Christi Center, 6020 Old Antonia Road in Imperial. Father Rolheiser is the author of “Bruised and Wounded” and will offer insights to help remove the taboo of suicide and reclaim the memory of loved ones. The talk will kick off the Southern Vicariate’s series of evening programs designed to address the pain of suicide. To register, visit stlreview.com/3WH5aF7

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