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Entries for August 2017

Sunday, Sept. 10th after 11:00AM Mass Cafeteria Please join us in wishing Richard & Mary Black a fond farewell and for a BIG thank you for 41 years of service at MQP!  They will be missed!

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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 Fleisch...

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Thursday, August 24 Dinner & Refreshments 6-7 pm Meeting 7-8 pm Join us in the School Cafeteria as we welcome the return of the school year with some of the finest barbecue in the area, compliments of Pappy’s Smokehouse.  Father John will update us on the State of the Parish as w...

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Searching For a Spiritual Home?

Posted on August 17, 2017 in: General News

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 has not yet received Confirmation & Communion? The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) is a place to ask q...

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SAVE THE DATE:  Sept. 27 -- Forum on Homelessness in our Community Did you know that 1 in 5 teens who seek shelter at Covenant House in St. Louis have been involved in labor or human trafficking? Homelessness affects hundreds of families, teens and pregnant women in the St. Louis area. Yo...

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The St. Vincent de Paul Conferences of Mary Queen of Peace, Holy Redeemer, and Annunciation Parishes will sponsor a Walk For The Poor on Saturday, September 30. This walk is part of a national effort to reach out to the poor. It will take place at the Nerinx Hall High School track at 9:30 am, with r...

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“Do not neglect hospitality, for through it, some unknowingly entertained angels.” In the last couple of weeks, Fr. John and Fr. Aaron have spoken about the Ministry of Hospitality.  (Click here to read Fr. John's homily.) All of us at MQP are called to be ministers of hospit...

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