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Posted on August 24, 2017 09:44

Here are just a few opportunites to grow in faith and discicpleship at MQP this fall:

Men's White House Retreat

The Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius Loyola
November 2-5, 2017. Every year 20 men from MQP Parish make this Jesuit retreat. A few spots still available. Contact Steve Fleischut (963-1062) or visit whretreat.org

Men’s ACTS Retreat
"Iron Sharpens Iron"
Thursday, October 26th through Sunday, October 29th, 2017 at the LaSalle Retreat Center
For more information, contact Craig Avery (804) 212-9832, Pat Mooney (314) 662-1338, or Jimmy Dunn (314) 749-2293.  or Register Online

The Cornerstone Catholic Scripture Study
A Catholic bible study group that will lead you on a faith journey that can transform your heart & mind. Join us this year as we study the Gospel according to John and see how John reveals the glory and divinity of God’s only son, Jesus. Meetings begin in early Sept. at various locations in the St. Louis area.  The Mary Queen of Peace Thursday evening branch begins on Sept 14. For more details including additional locations, please visit our website: www.thecornerstonescripturestudy.org or call Mary Reitz at 314-971-1772.

The Bridges Retreat
Based on the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius Loyola and involves daily prayer and weekly meetings with a prayer companion from September-May. Information session at Webster Groves Christian Church, Love Chapel (1320 W. Lockwood) on Wed, August 16, 7-8pm. For more information go to www.bridgesfoundation.org or call Carol Brescia at 314-963-9978. Brochures available at church doors.

RCIA
Searching for a Spiritual Home?  Do you know someone not baptized or baptized in a non-Catholic Christian tradition, who is thirsting for what it means to become Catholic? Do you know someone already Catholic but who has not yet received Confirmation and Communion? The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) is a place to ask questions and seek understanding. Weekly “no obligation” inquiry sessions start in September. For more information, contact the Parish Rectory or email Tim Brown at timcbrown5@icloud.com

 

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