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Statue of Our Lady of Fatima to tour Missouri

The International Pilgrim Virgin Statue of Our Lady of Fatima will tour Missouri this month and next. The intent of the state tour is to elicit the praying of the rosary to defeat Amendment 2.

Obituary: Sister Alice Clare Kuper, C.D.P.

A funeral Mass was celebrated Oct. 5 in St. Mary-of-the-Woods, Ind., for Sister Alice Clare Kuper, a member of the Sisters of Providence who taught at Annunziata School in Ladue.

Archbishop’s appointments

Archbishop Raymond Burke has made the following appointments:

Rev. Frederick A. Meyer, pastor of St. Vincent de Paul Parish at Dutzow, is granted a leave of absence for reasons of health, with residence at the Pope John Paul II Residence for Priests at St. Agnes Home at Kirkwood, effective Oct. 13, 2006.

Rev. Sebastian Mundackal, OSB, upon presentation by the Very Rev. Chacko Thadathil, OSB, prior of the Sylvestro-Benedictine Congregation Vanashram in Bangalore, is named associate pastor of St. Paul Parish in Fenton, with residence at St. Paul Rectory, effective Oct. 13, 2006.

Rev. Eugene G. Robertson, senior associate pastor of Sts. Joachim and Ann Parish in St. Charles, is named parochial administrator of St. Vincent de Paul Parish in Dutzow, effective Oct. 13, 2006.

(MOST REV. ) RAYMOND LEO BURKE

Archbishop of St. Louis

Retreat group, priest will receive disability awards

The archdiocesan Office of Disability Ministry will honor the organization Handicapped Encounter Christ and archdiocesan priest Msgr. Edward Eichor for their service to people with disabilities.

Benefit for Rural Parish Workers set Oct. 19 at Chase

A benefit for the Rural Parish Workers of Christ the King will take place Thursday, Oct. 19, at the Chase Park Plaza Hotel in the Central West End.

Anti-cloning rally set for church Oct. 28

Archbishop Raymond L. Burke, Alan Keyes and Rick Scarborough will again join at a Christians Against Human Cloning rally later this month.

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