Welcome to Our Lady of Lourdes Parish
7148 Forsyth Boulevard
St. Louis, MO 63105
Pastor: Rev. Carl J. Scheble
In Residence: Rev. Nicholas E. Kastenholz
PARISH PICNIC AND SCHOOL CARNIVAL
Come one, come all! On Friday, May 24 from 1:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., you and your family can enjoy:
- Fun rides from Archway Amusements
- Games and prizes on Asbury
- Dancing in the streets provided by TKO DJs
- Entertainment and a VIP Tent on the front lawn
- Tasty dinner options including Pappy’s Smokehouse pulled pork sandwiches and snack concessions including Fitz’s root beer (both generously donated)
- Beer generously donated by Anheuser-Busch
Order forms for tickets, ride bracelets and food are in the cloisterwalk, at church entrances and online. Contact Colleen King at 314.726.5335, Lisa Kirberg at 314.863.4986 or Laurie Leritz at 314.725.7162.
MISSOURI TORNADO DISASTER RELIEF
On April 10, tornadoes touched down in Sullivan and Ferguson, Missouri, causing tremendous damage and displacing many people. True to form, Vincentians have been calling with offers of help. If you would like to donate, you can send checks to the
Society of St. Vincent de Paul at: Disaster Relief Society of St. Vincent de Paul
100 N. Jefferson, St. Louis, Mo., 63103.
Contact Steve Rupp at 314.881.6018 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The checks MUST have “Disaster Relief” written on the memo line AND envelope.
ANNUAL CATHOLIC APPEAL
This weekend is the first of the ACA sign-up Sundays. Volunteers will be available after all Masses to collect cards and answer any questions you may have. The ACA cards are in the rectory, and the parish website has a link to the ACA. You also can call the rectory at 314.726.6200 to make a pledge. Please be generous.
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Our Mission Statement
Our Lady of Lourdes Parish is the People of God gathered and united as a family through celebration of the liturgy, the study of Scripture and the pursuit of our mutual goal: eternal life.
Our parish mission is to pray, to study, to teach and to serve as Jesus did. We strive to love one another so that we all rejoice in times of joy, share in times of prosperity, give comfort in times of stress and help in times of need. Relying on the Providence of God and asking for guidance of the Holy Spirit, we continue Christ's mission on earth through our parish ministries - giving generously of ourselves, our blessings and our talents. Through such gifting, we build up the Body of Christ in our parish, in our community, in our archdiocese and in our world.