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Little Sisters of the Poor reach out family style

At the Little Sisters of the Poor St. Louis Residence the goal is to provide a home with a family atmosphere.

The sisters and staff care for elderly people with limited resources in the spirit of their foundress, Blessed Jeanne Jugan. She opened her home to an elderly, poor blind woman in whom she recognized the face of Christ. Then she took in a second elderly woman, and soon she devoted her life to the elderly in need. At the residence in St. Louis, older adults are welcomed as the sisters would welcome Christ. They strive to serve them with love and respect.

Retired Thai archbishop reflects on alliance

The Sacred Heart of Jesus and Immaculate Heart of Mary are a

Garagiola comes home for CYC night

St. Ambrose Parish and the city

Statement of Ownership, Management and Circulation

Publication No. ISSN:0036-3022

1. Title of Publication:

St. Louis Review

2. Date of Filing:

October 1, 2006

3. Frequency of Issues:

Weekly, every Friday except the last Friday of the year

and first Friday of July.

4. Location of known office of publication:
20 Archbishop May Dr., St. Louis, Mo. 63119

5. Location of the headquarters or general business
offices of the publishers:
20 Archbishop May Dr., St. Louis, Mo. 63119

6. Names and addresses of publisher, editor,
and managing editor:

Publisher:
Archbishop Raymond L. Burke, 4445

Lindell Blvd., St. Louis, Mo. 63108

Editor:

James Rygelski, 20 Archbishop May Dr., St.
Louis, Mo. 63119

7. Owner:
Archdiocese of St. Louis, 4445 Lindell
Blvd., St. Louis, Mo. 63108

8. Known bondholders, mortgagees, and other
security holders owning or holding 1 percent or
more of total amount of bonds, mortgages or
other securities: None.

9. For completion by nonprofit organizations
authorized to mail at special rates (Section
424.12 DMM only ) — The purpose, function
and nonprofit status of this organization and the
exempt status for federal income tax purposes
has not changed during preceding 12 months.

EXTENT AND NATURE OF CIRCULATION

A.Total No. Copies
Printed (Net Press-Run) 68,949 66,550

B. Paid Circulation

1. Sales through dealers 68,244 65,845
and carriers,
street vendors and
counter sales.
Mail Subscriptions

C. Total Paid Circulation 68,244 66,045

D. Free distribution by mail, 200 200
carrier or other means

1. Samples, complimentary,
and other free copies

E. Total distribution 68,244 66,045
(Sum C and D)

F. Office use, Left-over,
unaccounted, spoiled
after printing 505 505

G.Total (sum of E,F1 and 2
— should equal net
press run shown in A) 68,949 66,550

Percent Paid and/or
Requested Circulation 99 99

I certify that the statements made by me above
are correct and complete.

JAMES RYGELSKI, Editor

Marian expert to speak Oct. 14

Richard May of the Mariological Society of America will be the featured speaker at a Catholic lecture series held at the Old St. Ferdinand Shrine next month.

SLU lecture to honor Fr. Faherty

St. Louis University will present the inaugural lecture of the William Barnaby Faherty, SJ, Endowed Lectureship in History at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 19, in the Pere Marquette Gallery of DuBourg Hall, 221 N Grand Blvd. in Midtown St. Louis.

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