Welcome to the Family

Posted on April 06, 2021 in: General News

Welcome to the Family
This weekend at the Easter Vigil, All Saints received and welcomed her newest members. Throughout the past several months, our candidates have journeyed through the sacramental process of the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults. CONGRATULATIONS TO. . . Lauren K., Colin S., Eric J. who celebrated their Profession of Faith, Confirmation, and first Eucharist. In addition to our candidates, WE CONGRATULATE. . . Jessica M. and Edward M. who celebrated their Confirmation We rejoice with you, your family, and sponsors and we give thanks to God f...

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ACA - Coming to your Mailbox

Posted on April 06, 2021 in: General News

ACA - Coming to your Mailbox
Our Annual Catholic Appeal General Mailing is coming to your mailbox next week! Please prayerfully complete your pledge card and mail back or drop in the offertory basket or even deliver to the Parish office. We need every Parish family to participate this year! To donate online: aca.archstl.org

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Totus Tuus - Totally Yours Youth Program
TOTUS TUUS (Totally Yours) is returning to All Saints for your child/ren! We were unable to bring the program to All Saints last year  due to the pandemic but we are happy to announce that it is returning in 2021. This is a week long Catholic program put on by Catholic college students and seminarians.  It is very different from VBS- Vacation Bible School - which is another amazing summer program. Here is a testimony from someone who participated two or three years ago.  "My son attended Totus Tuus last summer as a rising 4th grader ...

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Parish Picnic?

Posted on April 04, 2021 in: General News

Parish Picnic?
2021 Parish Picnic Update For the second year in a row we have had to make the difficult decision to cancel our parish picnic. Although there finally seems to be some good news coming about the virus, there is still much uncertainty and we want to do our part to crush this virus, not spread it. We are, however, planning two events to come together as a faith community and celebrate our parish all while following Covid protocols of social distancing, mask wearing, and any other CDC recommendations. Please save these dates: Saturday, May 15th and Saturday September 1...

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Vacation Bible School 2021

Posted on April 03, 2021 in: General News

Vacation Bible School 2021
Vacation Bible School 2021 June 22 - 26, 8:45am – 12:00 pm Participants: Pre-K – 5th grade Volunteer Opportunities: 6th - 12th grade and adults CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

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Nominate a student for the Cindi Sitz-Davanzo Award
THE CINDI SITZ-DAVANZO AWARD In honor of the late Cindi Sitz-Davanzo, a parish member who touched the lives of many through her generous acts of service at All Saints Parish, this award was initiated to encourage such behavior in the youth of All Saints and to carry on Cindi's dedication to service. The award recognizes outstanding acts of service/stewardship (the sharing of time for prayer, talent in service and treasure) which display Christian Values being achieved by the parish children each day in their schools, homes, and most of all, in their local com...

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Celebrating Women Saints

Posted on March 08, 2021 in: Prayer and Worship

Celebrating Women Saints
“The Church gives thanks for all the manifestations of the feminine ‘genius’ which have appeared in the course of history, in the midst of all peoples and nations; she gives thanks for all the charisms which the Holy Spirit distributes to women in the history of the People of God, for all the victories which she owes to their faith, hope, and charity: she gives thanks for all the fruits of feminine holiness.” (St. Pope John Paul II, Mulieris Dignitatem) March 8 marks International Women's Day, and we celebrate the gifts that women bring to our...

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Celebrating Black Saints

Posted on February 25, 2021 in: Prayer and Worship

Celebrating Black Saints
  St. Martin de Porres St. Martin de Porres was born in Lima, Peru in 1579, the illegitimate son of a Spanish gentlemen and a freed slave from Panama. His mother was of African or possibly Native American descent. Martin's father abandoned his family, leaving Martin to grow up in deep poverty. After two years in primary school, Martin was placed with a barber/surgeon where he learned to cut hair and was trained in medical arts. As Martin grew older, he experienced a great deal of ridicule for being of mixed-race. At that time in Peru, by law, all people wh...

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Novena to Three American Saints for Life
January is the month dedicated to the Sanctity of Human Life. January 22 is the Day of Prayer for the Legal Protection of Unborn Children. In the 9 days leading to this date consider praying this Novena to three American saints who are powerful witnesses to the Gospel of life. May their intercession help us promote life in our world today. St. Elizabeth Ann Seton After Elizabeth converted to Catholicism, she formed New York city’s first charity (the Society for the Relief of Poor Widows with Small Children), established the first Catholic school, and the fo...

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Resuming Public Mass Video
Returning to Mass with all the new rules and regulations may seem a bit intimidating. Here is a short video that shows the layout of each worship space and explains some regulations. We hope it will help.   Let's take care of each other. 

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Mass Music Worship Aids
At this time, we cannot have hymnals in the pews. While it will be uncomfortable to sing with a mask, you can still follow along with the music. You can find worship aids online and use your smartphone or tablet to follow along. Go to our website, then under the Resources tab, select Mass Music Worship Aids.  https://www.allsaints-stpeters.org/Resources/Mass-Music-Worship-Aids "Active participation certainly means that, in gesture, word, song and service, all the members of the community take part in an act of worship, which is anything but inert or passive....

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All Saints' New Mass Schedule and Regulations
Following the directives from Archbishop Carlson, All Saints will resume public Masses on Monday, May 18th.  Our daily Mass schedule will be at 6:30 and 8:00 am on Monday through Friday.  Saturday morning Mass will be at 8:00am. The 8:00 am Mass will be live-streamed on Facebook Monday through Saturday. Our Weekend Mass schedule has changed.  Please take note of the changes in time and place.  Our new schedule is: 5:00 pm on Saturday in the Church - maximum capacity is 105 people 5:00 pm on Saturday in the Gym - maximum capacity is 170 peo...

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All Saints Rosary Project
Want to pray the rosary each day with the parish? Pray with us virtually! Join a few All Saints parishioners as they lead us in the Holy Rosary. Consider praying the mysteries of the rosary that correspond to the day of the week. The Glorious Mysteries: Sunday and Wednesday The Sorrowful Mysteries: Tuesday and Friday The Luminous Mysteries: Thursday The Joyful Mysteries: Monday and Saturday

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Our Lady of Fatima Novena
Our Lady of Fatima is a title of the Blessed Virgin Mary. In 1917, Our Lady appeared to three shepherd children in Fatima, Portugal. They were Lucia Santos, Blessed Jacinta Marto and Blessed Francisco Marto. Our Lady appeared to the children seven times and performed a miracle making the sun dance in the sky, which thousands of people witnessed. She told the children to say the Rosary every day to bring peace to the world and the end of war. This is why Our Lady of Fatima is also called Our Lady of the Rosary. She also requested us to pray the following prayer at the end...

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Divine Mercy Chaplet

Posted on May 01, 2020 in: Prayer and Worship

Divine Mercy Chaplet
"Let no soul fear to draw near to me." Todd Mesler Jr. composed a musical arrangement of the Divine Mercy Chaplet. It was livestreamed on Divine Mercy Sunday, April 19, 2020. You can listen to the sung prayer here: https://youtu.be/G-76rhJTxG8 The Divine Mercy Chaplet is a beautiful prayer given to St. Faustina. It can be prayed any time, but it is especially celebrated on Divine Mercy Sunday. Where did this practice come from, and why do we celebrate it on the second Sunday of Easter? The instruction came directly from Jesus himself. In the 1...

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