St. Paul Connection

 

  Link for Mass for Sunday, May 31, 2020

Video Blessing for Healthcare Workers, First Responders and Support Staff

Daily Reflections and Latest News

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Prayer Requests

While the Adoration Chapel is closed, we would like to offer a place for our Parishioners to submit prayer requests for their fellow parishioners and family members.  Prayer requests should be sent to lwortmann@st-paulchurch.org.  Requests are limited to 25 words or less.

MICHELLE - daughter-in-law of Rene Kleinheider - having a cardiac cath on Wednesday. Prayers for her, for her family & for her doctors.

TOM EGGERING - brother of Janet Knaust - undergoing chemo and radiation treatment for cancer.  May the Lord be with him in this cancer fight 

ANN ILLY - sister of Dorothy Vogelgesang - prayers for successful treatment of renal mass on her kidney.

UNCLE OF LARRY AND RUTH ANN THOMPSON - prayers for him as he undergoes surgery for cancer next week

SHIRLEY KOESTER - pray that the results of her liver scan show that her cancer has not spread.

GEORGIA PINSON -  niece of Tom and Barb Daugherty - Former husband, drug abuser, is seeking shared custody of children.  We pray that God will defend and protect these innocent children and provide justice and mercy through the legal system.

LINDA D - sister-in-law of Sue Orf - please pray that her cancer is contained and her surgery goes well on Apr 27.

MABEL MACKE - struggling with a mild case of coronavirus

MIKE FARANO - health has declined recently and he is currently on dialysis

SHEILA RUSH - daughter of Ken and Fay Vomund - receiving treatment for colon cancer, has multiple blood clots and suffered a stroke on 4/17.

Latest News

Revised Mass Schedule

weekday Masses and 4:30pm Mass are held in our church

7am, 9am and 11am Sunday Mass are held at the KC Hall at 1270 Church Rd.

Before attending Mass, please review the guidelines issued from the Archdiocese.  We will be observing social distancing at all Masses and all are obliged to wear a mask.  The full text of the Guidelines can be found here.  In addition, here are some answers to Frequently Asked Questions about the restart of public Masses.

 

Archbishop Robert J. Carlson has announced that parishes in the Archdiocese of St. Louis are permitted to begin resuming public Masses on Monday, May 18, at the discretion of each individual parish pastor. A detailed policy will be provided to parishes early next week, which will include directives and guidelines that must be followed carefully by each parish in order to resume public Masses. Read the full statement here:

While this is great news, there are many factors to consider in keeping our parishioners safe as we open our church to public Masses.  As stated above, a detailed policy with guidelines that must be followed will be released early next week.

One anticipated directive that we want you to be aware of is: those who are at risk because of an underlying health issue or who are over 60 are strongly encouraged, for their own health, to avoid the risk of attending public celebrations of the Mass.

Committed volunteers from our parish community are needed to lead and coordinate the implementation of our response to the directives to observe proper social distancing, sanitation and use of gloves and masks at all weekend and daily Masses. 

If you are interested in serving in this capacity, please let me or Father Blessing know that we can count on your support and your commitment to assisting at weekend and/or daily Masses. 

Thank you for your support and prayers

 

Healthcare Worker, First Responder and Support Staff Prayer List -                        Page 1 and Page 2 (tap to view)