Archbishops and bishops

St. Thomas Aquinas proclaims the Eucharistic mystery

Pange Lingua Gloriosi Corporis Mysterium" is a hymn written by St. Thomas Aquinas (1225–1274) for the Feast of Corpus Christi, the Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ. It is also sung on Holy Thursday during the procession from the church to the place where the Blessed Sacrament is kept until Good Friday.

Dear Father | Local bishop's recognition needed by Catholic entities

Before Jesus ascended to the right hand of the Father, He sent His apostles forth, reminding them that full authority had been given unto Him. Then, as He was about to leave the earth, He passed that authority on to His Church, that she would be able to teach, govern and sanctify the faithful in His name and with His authority.

Immigration reform discussed in a civil tone

The U.S. Catholic bishops do not condone unlawful entry or
circumventions of our nation’s immigration laws. The bishops believe
that reforms are necessary in order for our nation’s immigration system
to respond to the realities of separated families and labor demands that
compel people to immigrate to the United States, whether in an
authorized or unauthorized fashion.

Our nation’s economy
demands foreign labor, yet there are insufficient visas to meet this

Immigration reform discussed in a civil tone

The U.S. Catholic bishops do not condone unlawful entry or circumventions of our nation's immigration laws. The bishops believe that reforms are necessary in order for our nation's immigration system to respond to the realities of separated families and labor demands that compel people to immigrate to the United States, whether in an authorized or unauthorized fashion.

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Trinity Sunday - 2012

Deuteronomy 4:32-34,39-40

Romans 8:14-17

Matthew 28:16-20 

The readings on this, the Feast of the Most Holy Trinity, are both awe-inspiring and intimacy inviting.

A ‘yes’ to vocations: Keeping good on his promise, Cardinal Timothy Dolan returns home for priest's first Mass

Cardinal Timothy Dolan addressed newly ordained Father Brian Fallon during his homily May 27 at Holy Infant Church. This is the second time in two years that Cardinal Dolan has returned to St. Louis for a first Mass of a Holy Infant parishioner. In 2010, he was the homilist at Father Anthony Yates’ first Mass.

Surrounded by family, friends and supporters, Father Brian Fallon and four other newly ordained priests celebrated their first Masses last weekend, just one day after their May 26 ordination at the Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis. It was a culminating moment, a realization of all the hard work they had achieved through their years of formation in the seminary and a visible “yes” to God’s vocational calling.

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