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North Deanery Revival is a rejuvenation of song, prayer and Word infused with God’s grace

Lisa Johnston | lisajohnston@archstl.org | twitter: @aeternusphoto

Joyce Mason-Williams, a parishioner and choir member, held her hand up in prayer during the preaching of Father Manuel Williams, C.R.  Father was the revivalist for a three day revival at Sts. Teresa and Bridget church on May 21, 2018, and will continue to preach for the remaining nights. The revival was organized through the North City Deanery Interracial Relations Committee and the Peach and Justice Commission. It is the first time in 10 years the deanery held a revival.

With the heat and humidity already descending upon St. Louis, attendees at the North City Deanery Revival found refuge in the comfort of Sts. Teresa and Bridget Church on a mid-May evening.

Resurrectionist Father Manuel Williams of Montgomery, Ala., led the three-day event, May 21-23. Each evening began at 6 p.m. with praise and worship music from the North Deanery choir, followed by Father Williams' talks.

The legacy of a gentle soul


Sister Mary Antona Ebo was remembered as a gentle soul whose legacy of standing for justice and equality will continue to live in others.

The Franciscan Sister of Mary was praised at a funeral Mass Nov. 20 at St. Alphonsus Liguori "Rock" Church in north St. Louis. Archbishop Robert J. Carlson presided at the Mass, along with Auxiliary Bishop Mark Rivituso, Bishop Terry Steib of the Diocese of Memphis (a former St. Louis auxiliary bishop), and about two dozen other priests.

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