Welcome to St. Richard Parish
Christmas Eve | Wednesday, December 24th
Mass at 4:30pm with the Emmaus Choir*
Mass at 10pm with the Adult Choir*
Christmas Day | Thursday, December 25th
Mass at 9:30am with Children and High School Choirs*
Solemnity Of The Blessed Virgin Mary Holy Mother Of God
Wednesday, December 31st
Anticipated Mass at 5pm
Thursday, January 1st
Mass at 9am
*Music Begins 1/2 hour before All Masses
ST RICHARD MEN’S CLUB
6pm | FRIDAY, December 19th | The Post Sports Bar
ALL men of the parish are invited;
young, old, non members, members….
Come see what the Men’s Club has to offer you & our parish!
Questions? Call: Pres., Bill Davidson: 432-0856 (h) or 732-3814 (c)
DECK THE HALLS
December 21st | 12pm
The Arts and Environment Committee
will be decorating the Church for Christmas
After the 11am Mass and
YOUR HELP IS NEEDED!!
Many hands make light work!
There is something to do for
volunteers of all ages!
SAVE THE DATE
Doors open at 6:45 p.m. and play begins at 7:30 p.m. Cost: $200 per table (max 10 players per table). Cost includes beer, soda, pretzels, and popcorn. Door prizes, silent auction and raffle to win. High-definition big-screen flatscreen TV just in time for the Super Bowl! Call Carol Thomeczek (314)707-5998 for more details
WOMEN’S ACTS RETREAT
February 26 - March 1
Mark your calendar now! What a wonderful way to begin your Lenten Spiritual Journey and meet women of the parish. For further information call.
CATHOLIC MEN FOR CHRIST
Saturday, February 7
CATHOLIC WOMEN FOR CHRIST
Saturday, March 21
St. Richard Gift Card/Certificate Program
The GCP is a substantial fund raiser that benefits the parish. Learn more about the program and how you can participate.
GIFT CARD SALES December 1-7, 2014
Amount of Sales: $16015.00
Number of Families: 43
Gross Profit: $1265.64
For a complete listing of GLS cards, go here
A Prayer for Peace and Healing in our Community
O, Loving Father, You the creator of the earth and creator of human beings. In your Image, send your Spirit upon our neighborhoods and members of our churches that our hearts become hearts of love and not hearts of stone.
May your Spirit fill us with insight and understanding of the issues that lay below the surface of Michael Brown's death. May you console Michael Brown's family with your healing grace, and walk with the family of the policeman involved in the shooting.
Bless as well those who hold positions of authority in our communities... give them wisdom, compassion and courage as they serve the common good.
We stand before you in our brokenness, pleading for your grace to come upon us, that we might be filled with your presence at this time.
We ask this through Christ our Lord, Amen.