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St. Maurus Parish Picnic

Saturday, 06/26/2021 at 3:00 PM

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Celebration of Feast Day of Our Mother of Perpetual Help

Sunday, 06/27/2021 at 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

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St. Vincent DePaul Online Trivia Night

Saturday, 07/10/2021 at 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Upcoming Events
  • ITEST Webinar: Media Bias: The Manipulation of Faith, Science, and Technology 06/19/2021

    The Institute for Theological Encounter with Science and Technology (ITEST) is hosting a webinar on Saturday, June 19, 2021 from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. (central time).


    Dr. Peter Redpath will present “Modern Media Bias and the Lost Liberal Arts of Listening and Speaking”

    Dr. Thomas Sheahen will present “Understanding the Patterns of

    Persistent Media Bias”

    Their presentations will be followed by discussion and Q&A.


    Register for the webinar at: https://faithscience.org/media-bias.

    The webinar fee is $10.00.

    The following are admitted at no charge: ITEST Members, clergy, seminarians, and consecrated religious

    (Donations are appreciated)

    Questions? Send an email to Sheila Roth at [email protected]

    Learn More
  • St. Maurus Parish Picnic 06/26/2021 I-55 to Biehle Exit, 2 miles south on Highway B


    Buffet Style, All-You-Can-Eat Supper served in our air conditioned, handicapped accessible hall

    3:00-7:30 PM rain or shine

    Meal featuring:

    Fried Chicken, dressing and kettle cooked beef

    Adults $12.50, Children (Ages 6-11) $5, Children ages 5 and under free

    Supper carry outs available


    Lunch stand:

    Hamburgers, cheeseburgers, chicken strips and fries

    11 AM-10:30 PM


    Activities

    Food, Bingo, train, games for all ages

    New this year, Corn Hole Tournament - To register for tournament call 573-768-5476

    Music by Callie and Kevin (formerly of the band Silver Fox)


    Mass at 4 PM with celebrant, Rev. Patrick Christopher

    Learn More
  • Celebration of Feast Day of Our Mother of Perpetual Help 06/27/2021 Mass in celebration of Feast Day of Our Mother of Perpetual Help

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    The Icon of Our Mother of Perpetual Help has provided strength, comfort and even miracles to the faithful for centuries! First placed in the Church of San Matteo in Rome in 1499, the Icon was thought to be lost, but it eventually ended up in the Redemptorist Church of St. Alphonsus in Rome where in 1866 it could again be viewed publicly. On June 23, 1867, Pope Pius IX granted the image its Canonical Coronation along with its present title. Pope Pius also charged the Redemptorists to make Our Mother of Perpetual Help through the Icon known throughout the world. In 1878, the Basilica and Shrineof Our Mother of Perpetual Help in Boston, Massachusetts, obtained a certified copy of the icon being the first in the United States. Between 1927 and 1935, the first American novena service dedicated to the icon was recited in Saint Alphonsus "The Rock" church in St. Louis, Missouri.

    Joinus on Sunday, June 27, 2021, 10:00 am

    As we celebrate the Feast Day of Our Mother of Perpetual Help

    St. Alphonsus Liguori ‘Rock’ Church

    111 8North Grand Blvd.

    St.Louis, Mo. 63106

    Rev. Stephen J. Benden, C.Ss.R., Pastor

    Rev. Rodney Olive, C.Ss.R., Associate Pastor

    314-533-0304

    www.stalphonsusrock.org

    Learn More
  • St. Vincent DePaul Online Trivia Night 07/10/2021

    Join us for this fun Parish event benefitting St. Vincent DePaul Parish. Online trivia with individual registration prices at $25/ea.

    Online teams of 5-8 recommended (10 people max). Registration is $25/person to play. You can all be logged in at your own homes individually and still play on your team in a breakout room (your team captain will walk you through how easy this is, so no sweat!) You can also host a party at your home with your team members if you prefer. Each team will have one captain responsible for submitting team answers and it is based on the honor system. Sponsorship opportunities are also available. All proceeds benefit St. Vincent DePaul Parish in St. Louis, MO. www.STVSTL.org

    Learn More

Vatican International Eucharistic Miracles of the World Exhibition

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This 4-day event will feature fun for the whole family as you learn about the many, many Eucharistic Miracles that have happened around the world throughout history! Join us for children's story time, presentations, and more. For further info and a full schedule of events: ascensionchesterfield.org/miracles

Location

Ascension (Chesterfield)
230 Santa Maria Dr.
Chesterfield, MO 63005-1600
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Upcoming Events
  • ITEST Webinar: Media Bias: The Manipulation of Faith, Science, and Technology 06/19/2021

    The Institute for Theological Encounter with Science and Technology (ITEST) is hosting a webinar on Saturday, June 19, 2021 from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. (central time).


    Dr. Peter Redpath will present “Modern Media Bias and the Lost Liberal Arts of Listening and Speaking”

    Dr. Thomas Sheahen will present “Understanding the Patterns of

    Persistent Media Bias”

    Their presentations will be followed by discussion and Q&A.


    Register for the webinar at: https://faithscience.org/media-bias.

    The webinar fee is $10.00.

    The following are admitted at no charge: ITEST Members, clergy, seminarians, and consecrated religious

    (Donations are appreciated)

    Questions? Send an email to Sheila Roth at itest@archstl.org.

    Learn More
  • St. Maurus Parish Picnic 06/26/2021 I-55 to Biehle Exit, 2 miles south on Highway B


    Buffet Style, All-You-Can-Eat Supper served in our air conditioned, handicapped accessible hall

    3:00-7:30 PM rain or shine

    Meal featuring:

    Fried Chicken, dressing and kettle cooked beef

    Adults $12.50, Children (Ages 6-11) $5, Children ages 5 and under free

    Supper carry outs available


    Lunch stand:

    Hamburgers, cheeseburgers, chicken strips and fries

    11 AM-10:30 PM


    Activities

    Food, Bingo, train, games for all ages

    New this year, Corn Hole Tournament - To register for tournament call 573-768-5476

    Music by Callie and Kevin (formerly of the band Silver Fox)


    Mass at 4 PM with celebrant, Rev. Patrick Christopher

    Learn More
  • Celebration of Feast Day of Our Mother of Perpetual Help 06/27/2021 Mass in celebration of Feast Day of Our Mother of Perpetual Help

    A painting of a person and a babyDescription automatically generated with low confidence

    The Icon of Our Mother of Perpetual Help has provided strength, comfort and even miracles to the faithful for centuries! First placed in the Church of San Matteo in Rome in 1499, the Icon was thought to be lost, but it eventually ended up in the Redemptorist Church of St. Alphonsus in Rome where in 1866 it could again be viewed publicly. On June 23, 1867, Pope Pius IX granted the image its Canonical Coronation along with its present title. Pope Pius also charged the Redemptorists to make Our Mother of Perpetual Help through the Icon known throughout the world. In 1878, the Basilica and Shrineof Our Mother of Perpetual Help in Boston, Massachusetts, obtained a certified copy of the icon being the first in the United States. Between 1927 and 1935, the first American novena service dedicated to the icon was recited in Saint Alphonsus "The Rock" church in St. Louis, Missouri.

    Joinus on Sunday, June 27, 2021, 10:00 am

    As we celebrate the Feast Day of Our Mother of Perpetual Help

    St. Alphonsus Liguori ‘Rock’ Church

    111 8North Grand Blvd.

    St.Louis, Mo. 63106

    Rev. Stephen J. Benden, C.Ss.R., Pastor

    Rev. Rodney Olive, C.Ss.R., Associate Pastor

    314-533-0304

    www.stalphonsusrock.org

    Learn More
  • St. Vincent DePaul Online Trivia Night 07/10/2021

    Join us for this fun Parish event benefitting St. Vincent DePaul Parish. Online trivia with individual registration prices at $25/ea.

    Online teams of 5-8 recommended (10 people max). Registration is $25/person to play. You can all be logged in at your own homes individually and still play on your team in a breakout room (your team captain will walk you through how easy this is, so no sweat!) You can also host a party at your home with your team members if you prefer. Each team will have one captain responsible for submitting team answers and it is based on the honor system. Sponsorship opportunities are also available. All proceeds benefit St. Vincent DePaul Parish in St. Louis, MO. www.STVSTL.org

    Learn More

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