“Give thanks to the Lord, call upon his name; make known his deeds among the nations, proclaim that his name is exalted.” Is 12:4
Christ Alive through Mary, a women’s witness ministry, brings Christ to others like Mary who leads us to her son. Mary overshadowed by the Holy Spirit bears Christ to the world. Our witness is to share the current of grace, the Holy Spirit, with all women. Like Mary we are called to serve others. The ministry invites each woman to participate in a chosen outreach each breakfast. It is our joy to have our speaker share the unique way Christ is alive in their life and like Mary we hasten to serve others.
Please join us at the quarterly prayer breakfasts for Catholic women of the archdiocese of St. Louis. Share together the spirit of gratitude and woman's experience of the transforming love of Christ in her own life.
Come and bring a friend to rejoice in the presence of the Lord.
Please plan to attend the next Prayer Breakfast on:
Date: December 11, 2021
Speaker: Fr. Anthony Wieck, S.J. About Our Speaker
Time: 9:00 am
Place: Cardinal Rigali Center
Cost: $20, Food will be served
FUTURE DATES: March 26, 2022
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PLEASE MAKE RESERVATIONS BY DECEMBER 7 by calling the Catholic Renewal Center at (314) 731-6100, or by emailing [email protected] , or
Payment can be made prior to the breakfast by sending checks made out to CRC to Christ Alive /Catholic Renewal Center 1406 S. Sappington Road, Crestwood MO 63126.
ABOUT OUR SPEAKER:
Fr. Anthony Wieck, SJ, is a retreat master at White House Retreat in Oakville. Fr. Anthony's grandfather and father regularly came to White House for their annual silent retreat. Following the advice of a SLU Jesuit regarding what he considered the “best place” to raise a family, Fr. Anthony's father gave up the city life to try farming in Montana. While finishing his studies there he met his future bride who also was open to trying something entirely new, namely raising children on a farm. Together they settled in NE Oregon, where Fr. Anthony was raised as sixth of nine children. After studying with the Jesuits in the Bay Area and then later in Rome, Fr. Anthony found his own Jesuit vocation and entered the Central and Southern Province. He worked at Spring Hill College as well as at three different Jesuit high schools in Texas before being missioned to St. Louis in July of 2017. Fr. Anthony is also a spiritual director at Kenrick-Glennon Seminary for 23 seminarians and numerous priests and religious in the area.