Concerts with SFB Choir, Children’s Choir, Combined Christian Choirs of Washington and Guest Concerts are held throughout the year. See bulletin for dates and times.
All high school students are invited to join us once a month in an evening of faith sharing. Teens openly share their point of view on many topics that they face day to day. Monthly we seek out ways to tie in what the church says about relationships and our responsibility to the world we live in.
Meetings are on Monday evenings once a month in the Garden Room of Notre Dame Hall from 6:00-8:00 pm. Refreshments are served.
For more information on these high school faith programs, you may contact:
Kyra Gulledge, Coordinator of Religious Education
636-239-2590 ext 1277
The Divine Mercy Workers seek to live and share the message of Jesus, the Divine Mercy, and set hearts on fire for Him under the mantle of the Blessed Mother. We spend time in prayer, study and corporal and spiritual works mercy. These activities increase understanding and deepen the message within our hearts and help us become missionaries in the world.
The prayer focuses on the Divine Mercy chaplet, the novena, and the 3:00 Hour of Mercy. We pray, in a particular way, for the sick and dying and for mercy on the whole world.
Our study includes scripture, the Catechism, the Diary of Saint Faustina and other mercy saints. We also participate in and offer parish-based retreat programs.
One of the ways we are sharing the message is to distribute the Image of Jesus Divine Mercy along with books and pamphlets to individuals, parishes and the larger community. We do this through framed pictures, cemetery and yard signs, and larger highway signs. These are providing people with a message of hope they can find in the love and mercy flowing from the Heart of Jesus.
Meetings are held monthly, the third Wednesday of each month after 7:00 am Mass in the Choir Room of Jesuit Hall. Please join us if you are interested!
We give entirely to the Lord in song, spontaneous prayer, scripture, praise and thanksgiving. We may have a teaching or a scripture given with a time for reflection and sharing, after which there will be time for petitions and needs to be brought to the attention of the community.
They meet on Mondays at 7:00 PM in the Church Cry Room.
These ministers set aside some time every day to pray for the intentions they receive. If you would like to request prayers for your special intention, please contact Dot Filla, Dolores Hoelscher, or the parish office.
The Followers of St. Francis (Secular Franciscans) are lay men and women who follow in the spirit of St. Francis of Assisi. They gather for prayer, work for justice and peace, and help meet the needs of the poor.