Latin Masses June 21st through June 26th.
Ordained last year, now back from Rome, Fr. Schumacher will be having the Latin mass daily at 7:30AM this week Monday through Friday at St. Monica starting today Sunday, 6/21.
Mass will be said at 7AM Saturday, 6/27.
Fr. Schumacher will not be having a Latin mass on Sunday.
Join us for a Rosary and Litany of Loreto in Thanksgiving for the Reopening of Public Masses
When: May 30th, 2020 at 11:00am
Where: Front Steps of the Cathedral Basilica
4431 Lindell Blvd St Louis MO 63108
Listen to the CREDO Forum with Dr. Hruz, M.D., Ph.D. on the critical and timely issue of “Transgenderism,” which directly impacts virtually every extended family.
Internationally renowned expert, Dr. Hruz, M.D., Ph.D. speaks at the next CREDO Forum on the critical and timely issue of “Transgenderism,” which directly impacts virtually every extended family.
A full Q & A to follow. Handicap Accessible. Light refreshments will be served.
Come and Get All Your Questions Answered
Internationally Renowned Expert Dr. Hruz, M.D., Ph.D.
will be speak on the critical and timely issue of “Transgenderism,” which directly impacts virtually every extended family
When Credo became aware that the heterodox Association of US Catholic Priests (AUSCP) was holding their 2019 convention at the St. Louis Mariott we knew that a call to action was needed. Of course, without Our Lord we can do nothing, so our first order of business, as always was prayer.
Members gathered at the St. Louis Mariott at 4 pm, listened to a short talk by Michael Hichborn, founder & president of the Lepanto Institute, who had been investigating the AUSCP for 2 years. Read more “Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing”
In response to the challenge that the Second Vatican Council presented to religious congregations, which was to renew the charism of their institute according to the authentic and original spirit of their foundress, seven sisters participated in an experiment that ultimately led to the forming and founding of a new branch of Mercy. The vision of Mother Catherine McAuley, the foundress of the congregation, was to establish Houses of Mercy. The Sisters strive to develop and amplify this vision within the mission of comprehensive health care, understood as the care of the entire person (spiritual, intellectual, physical, and emotional) and the Church has approved this for their particular institute. Read more “New Life in Renewal – A Response to Vatican II”