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Posted on 10/19/2017 12:22 PM (Saint Louis Review - All Articles)
St. Louis County Police Officer Steve Boyer had fun with a couple St. Simon the Apostle students playing "red-light, green-light" as they walked on the school parking lot.
He was there on a breezy, chilly morning Oct. 11 for the school's breakfast for local first-responders — bagels, donuts, biscuits and gravy, burritos, fruit, juice and coffee. Boyer, who is partial to long john donuts, said he received a "warm fuzzy on a cold morning."
Posted on 10/19/2017 12:09 PM (Saint Louis Review - All Articles)
With volunteer models such as Mimi Phelan walking the runway, the annual fashion show and luncheon to benefit the Rural Parish Workers of Christ the King celebrated the past and supported the present.
The event at The Ritz-Carlton on Oct. 13 celebrated 75 years for the ministry and 50 for the "Friends" of the group hosting the fashion show fundraiser to support the ongoing work of serving poor people in the Old Mines area in Washington County.
To this, Archbishop Robert J. Carlson added more cause for celebration.
Posted on 10/19/2017 11:52 AM (Saint Louis Review - All Articles)
While the Society of Jesus celebrates 200 years of education at St. Louis University High School, two of the order's best and brightest are at SLUH and De Smet Jesuit High School serving as teachers, mentors and role models.
And regular guys, too.
At De Smet, Chris Farrell, SJ, 30, teaches English and supervises the weight room as the school's resident power lifter. Farrell, who is in formation to be a priest, works with athletes using the weight room to build body mass, agility and strength, or students just working out.
Posted on 10/19/2017 10:55 AM (Saint Louis Review - All Articles)
Physically tired but spiritually uplifted, the Fatima pilgrims gathered for the closing Mass of their journey at Assumption Church in New Haven on Oct. 13 — fittingly, the 100th anniversary of the sixth and final apparition of our Blessed Mother in Fatima, Portugal.
They were the same individuals who set out five days prior from Immaculate Conception Church in Augusta, with a significant difference. Whereas they began the pilgrimage as strangers, they emerged as family.
Posted on 10/18/2017 01:05 AM (Busted Halo)
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Posted on 10/16/2017 01:05 AM (Busted Halo)
Posted on 10/13/2017 16:26 PM (Saint Louis Review - All Articles)
With volunteer models such as Mimi Phelan walking the runway, the annual Fashion Show and Luncheon to benefit the Rural Parish Workers of Christ the King celebrated the past and supported the present Oct. 13 at The Ritz-Carlton: 75 years for the ministry and 50 for the "Friends" of the group hosting the fashion show fundraiser to support the ongoing work of serving the rural poor in the Old Mines area.
To this, Archbishop Robert J. Carlson added a bold vision for the future, giving the Rural Parish Workers and "Friends" even more cause for celebration.
Posted on 10/13/2017 08:33 AM (Busted Halo)
Posted on 10/12/2017 16:28 PM (Saint Louis Review - All Articles)
A funeral Mass for Loretto Sister Katherine Misbauer was celebrated Oct. 7 at the Church of the Seven Dolors on the grounds of Loretto Motherhouse in Nerinx, Ky.
Sister Katherine, who served as assistant principal from 1970-74 and registrar from 1993-98 at Nerinx Hall High School in Webster Groves, died Oct. 1 at Loretto Motherhouse Infirmary. She was 78.
Posted on 10/12/2017 16:26 PM (Saint Louis Review - All Articles)
A funeral Mass was celebrated Oct. 10 in the chapel of the Ruma Center in Ruma, Ill., for Sister Rita Marie Lucash. Sister Rita Marie, 89, was a professed member of the Adorers of the Blood of Christ for 70 years. She died Oct. 2 at the Ruma Center.