St. Richard Parish

St. Richard Statue

A History of
St. Richard

Welcome to St. Richard Parish

OCTOBER 25 | 6:30pm | LOWER LOT
Trick or Treating at 7pm / Chili, Hot Dogs, Hot Chocolate to follow at the Burgoon Pavilion / Awards for: best trunk, best jack-o-lantern and best costumes (boys, girls & adult!) / EVERYONE IS INVITED! If you have any questions or would like to help contact: Jason Thurman at:

Oct. 26 after 9am or 11am Mass - OBH
Please join us to help to color and cut out ornaments used on the annual giving tree which supplies Christmas gifts for those in need. Donuts, juice and milk will be served for our volunteers. If you can help out please contact: Trish at 995-5307 or

MEN’S ACTS RETREAT | November 6 - 9
It is always a wonderful weekend for the men of the parish to get together and recharge their spiritual batteries. For further information contact: Bill Schmittgens 537-7900 or Doug Meadows 993-2916

TRIVIA NIGHT | Saturday, January 24, 2015 in O'Brien Hall
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.

Now Open til October 31st
To register go to:
Click: Register for St Richard Sports (bottom of page)
Check out: “Calendar” (top of page) for dates on uniform/payment days
Under the “Sports” tab select Basketball for specific information about our program.
For questions or problems registering contact:
Brian Musielak: Or Basketball Coordinator Claudia Brauss

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 Aug 11 - Aug 17, 2014
Amount of Sales: $4505.00
Number of Families: 21
Gross Profit: $231.75

Autumn Prayer

God of all creation,
you give us the gift of seasons to mark our journey through time.
The season of autumn, with its change of colors and falling
leaves, reminds us that sometimes things must die and fall away for new life to arise.
Such is the message of the cross —
that through death to self we find life in all its richness.
In those moments when we experience setbacks for failures,
help us to remember that you are with us always,
and that there is no failure or sin your love cannot heal.
Help us to trust in you and in your promise of new life.

Peter Jarret, C.S.C.

Prayer of St. Richard