Welcome to St. Richard Parish
Faith Direct is an easy and convenient way to make all of your contributions to St. Richard, both offertory and secondary collections. Click here to enroll. (Enrollment Code = MO58)
Do you have a passion for sharing your faith with others?
Would you like to be involved in our PSR program this year?
Please come join us at an informational meeting on Monday, July 27, 2015 @ 7pm
We are looking for Catechists, volunteers, teacher aides, vacation bible school volunteers, office aides, substitute Catechists and aides.
We will need people who can be available every week as well as people who can only help on an as needed basis.
There is a role for everyone and all are welcome.
See the July 12 bulletin for a blurb about the upcoming picnic.
Saturday, September 12, 2015
Debt Reduction Update
Renovation Debt Reduction
here for an update on the debt reduction progress.
GUIDE BOOK UPDATE !!
Please check the front of the guide book; let us know if your info needs to be updated.
Please check your phone #.
Update by notifying the office
432-6224 ex.222 or
Nancy at 432-6188
Men, Women, Teens…
We are in need of two more ushers for our 11am Mass.
If you can help out, please contact:
Doug at: 993-2916
Larry at: 429-7500
It's STLYA BBQ Time!
August 4 @ 6pm | Creve Coeur Park | Greensfelder Memorial Shelter
All Young Adults (21+) are welcome to join us as we gather to enjoy some food and fun. We will provide the BBQ, water, tea and utensils.
We ask that you bring a side to share and a drink. If you would like to bring your child/children, teens will be available to assist with supervision. Please RSVP to: email@example.com
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 July 13- 19, 2015
Amount of Sales: $4685.00
Number of Families: 20
Gross Profit: $212.80
For a complete listing of GLS cards, go here
In the Judeo-Christian tradition, the idea of the Sabbath is central. The Jewish tradition in which Jesus grew up taught that the Sabbath is a time of rest and reward. The Sabbath is rooted in the seventh day of creation, when God did three things: God rested, blessed and made time holy. It was on the seventh day that God rested in the wonder of creation.
This is a Sabbath time for us. It is a time to stop and savor life in the summer sun. Let us use this sacred summer time to pause and acknowledge the good things in our lives and our lavish, wondrous Creator. In the Sabbath time we care for the seed of eternity planted deep in our souls. We make time holy, letting the fertile ground of our lives lie fallow. Unless we are willing to be still, to withdraw from our busy-ness, to rest in the Sabbath teaches us, we lose our very selves.
May we be aware of God’s presence along our way, helping us to discover the peace and rest some have lost or never known, renewing our covenant of peace with all created things.