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Answering the Knock at Our Door

By Sarah Simpson | Manager, Donor Relations and Communications, Catholic Charities of St. Louis There is no greater tragedy than the loss of a child. The entire nation watched as our community mourned the death of Jamyla Bolden, shot in her home in Ferguson while doing her homework. In an instant, Read More

Fr. Samson: Do not think like the world does…

A homily by Rev. Charles Samson, 18th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Saint Ambrose Church “Do not comport yourselves as the Gentiles do…but rather, be renewed in the spirit of your mind.” …or, if we had to update Paul’s language to contemporary English, he might say: “Do not think like the Read More

Thank you Papa for canonizing Mama

By Amanda Lindley | Web Content Specialist Follow me on Twitter @trimble32!  Like most Catholics in this world, I am grateful for the time that Benedict XVI spent as our Pope. I am thankful for the wisdom he shared, his holiness, his love and respect for all and, of course, Read More

What the Pope Told Me…

By Brian Miller | Director, Young Adult Ministry @STLYoungAdults  Pope Benedict told me a few things this morning.  No, I didn’t get an early morning heads up on the big news…I found out when I woke up just like the rest of you.  In his words and in his witness Read More