Lindenwood University

Appeal builds the Church, reaches out in charity

Lindenwood University Newman Center has moved to a new building off campus and its expanded facilities include a chapel. Students held their weekly spiritual group talk and ate a barbeque together. Henry Geerling and Sarah Entwistle smiled as the listened to a talk on the Euchartist. In the background are Matt Deken, Nick Loeffler and Connor Stinehart.

Most of us are fortunate enough to have our basic needs met. Food, clothing and housing are essentials that generally are easy to come by; but for thousands in the archdiocese, the reality is much different.

Through the Annual Catholic Appeal, Catholics are called to build the Church through their generous support, which makes possible thousands of miracles in the lives of those the Church serves every day.

Thriving Newman apostolate reaches out to students

Members of the Newman Center on the campus of Lindenwood University gathered before Mass to pray on the one-year anniversary of the center’s opening on campus. The Catholic student center has quickly become an important source of fostering faith and Christian fraternity on campus.

Maura Weis admits that she may not have held on to her Catholic faith if it weren't for a newly organized Catholic student group at Lindenwood University in St. Charles.

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