archbishop's gospel of life prayer breakfast

Disciples are needed to proclaim a gospel of life

Archbishop George J. Lucas of the Archdiocese of Omaha stood with priests during Mass at the Ninth Annual Archbishop’s Gospel of Life Prayer Breakfast on May 3, 2018. Archbishop Lucas was the featured keynote speaker for the event. The St. Louis Chapter of Legatus was sponsor of the event.

Archbishop George Lucas of the Archdiocese of Omaha, Neb., was the keynote speaker at the ninth annual Archbishop's Gospel of Life Prayer Breakfast Thursday, May 3, at the Ritz-Carlton in Clayton.

More than 650 people attended the event, sponsored by the St. Louis Chapter of Legatus. It was the largest attendance in the history of the program.

Archbishop Lucas, a native St. Louisan, spoke about what it means to be a disciple in supporting a Gospel of life.

Bp. Sirba: Prayer, courage and unity are tools for promoting joy

Bishop Paul Sirba spoke to almost 600 attendees at the sixth annual Archbishop’s Gospel of Life Prayer Breakfast. Bishop Sirba is the bishop of Duluth, Minn.

How do we promote joy of the Gospel in a throwaway culture? The answer: through prayer, courage and a desire for unity.

Bishop Paul Sirba of the Diocese of Duluth, Minn., addressed the topic before 600 people who attended the sixth annual Archbishop's Gospel of Life Prayer Breakfast May 13 at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Clayton. The event was hosted by the St. Louis chapter of Legatus.

EDITORIAL | Opening the door to joy

A new Pew Research Center survey shows that there is a continuing decline in the number of people who consider themselves part of any religion. The largest shift is occurring among the "millennial" generation, generally defined as those born from the early 1980s to the early 2000s.

The survey, conducted in 2014, revealed that the percentage of Americans who identify themselves as Christians has declined by 8 percent since the last survey in 2007. Forty-one percent of respondents who said they were raised Catholic no longer identify with the faith.

Prayer breakfast

Bishop Paul D. Sirba of Duluth, Minn., will discuss "The Joy of the Gospel of Life in a Throwaway Culture" at the Sixth Annual Archbishop's Gospel of Life Prayer Breakfast Wednesday, May 13, at the Ritz-Carlton, 100 Carondelet Plaza in Clayton. The St. Louis Chapter of Legatus will host the event. The program begins with recitation of the Rosary at 6 a.m., followed by Mass and a full-service breakfast.

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