From darkness to the light


Tenebrae is a prayerful examination of the darkness of sin and death, and the suffering of our Lord on the cross for the salvation of the world. 


A proper place to sleep


St. Vincent de Paul program provides mattresses and bedding for families whose lives have been disrupted. 


Basketball programs soar


State title for Red Knights is the team's 7th in the last nine years; Chaminade falls to Webster Groves in championship game. 


‘Ministering, but not administering’


Retired priests, Msgr. James Telthorst and Fr. Thomas Robertson, leave parish work behind, join brethren at Regina Cleri. 


‘Cornerstone’ of Marygrove

Sr. Helen Negri helped Marygrove respond to changing family dynamics. Sr. Helen is retiring as head of Marygrove but will remain in fundraising for its many programs. 

As a bonus, here are the weekly messages from
Archbishop Robert J. Carlson and Pope Francis.


Archbishop Carlson writes that the Triduum is an in-depth experience of the passion, death and resurrection of Christ - that is mirrored every week at Mass.


Despite the chill and gusts of wind in St. Peter's Square, Pope Francis welcomed the beginning of spring with an impromptu lesson about gardening and how to grow into being better Christians. 

Pope Francis’ zucchetto was blown away by a gust of wind at his general audience March 21 in St. Peter’s Square at the Vatican. Despite the wind, Pope Francis welcomed the beginning of spring, likening spring flowers rooted in the soil to Christians who are rooted in Jesus.

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