St. Anselm Parish

Mass Times

Monday - Thursday:
6:30, 7:30 a.m. & 5:45 p.m.

6:30 & 7:30 a.m. only

7:30 a.m. & 5:00 p.m. (Vigil)

7:30, 9:00 & 11:00 a.m. (in Church)
10:30 a.m. & 5:30 p.m. (in Parish Center Worship Space)

What's Happening

First Responders Prayer Service - September 26

Women's Fellowship Book Club - September 27

Sr. Antona Ebo Social Justice Conference - September 30

Musical Appetizer - September 30

Race for Reconciliation - October 1

October 22 - Holy Trinity Scholarship Drive

Oktoberfest - October 28

Lutheran - Catholic Joint Commemoration - October 29 - 30
500th Anniversary of the Reformation

Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Abbey Organ - October 2017, February 2018, April 2018

St. Anselm Cenacle for Life Valentine's Celebration - February 9, 2018

Athletic Association Soccer Registration


For more information on events or to RSVP, please call the
Parish Office at 314.878.2120.

Parish Picnic 2017

Parish Bulletins

  • Sun, Sep 17th

  • Sun, Sep 10th
Older Publications


Welcome to St. Anselm! Our Parish is in
West County, St. Louis, Missouri.
Our mission is to imitate Jesus Christ by
loving and serving all people in and
outside our community. In cooperation
with the Abbey, the Priory School and the Archdiocese of Saint Louis, we strive to
share the love of God. 

Come join us for Mass or our special events and other activities.


Help After Harvey and Irma

You may donate directly through the ways above, or you can donate through St. Anselm. There are envelopes at the entrance doors for the special relief collection. Or, you may drop a check in the collection basket with a notation on the memo line Hurricane Harvey Relief or Hurricane Irma Relief.

The link to use in order to donate through the Catholic Charities website is

Read Archbishop Robert J. Carlson's response to Hurricane Irma by clicking here.

From the Pastor's Desk

Calling the Hurricane

Somehow they do seem very personal. We don’t name them “Tree Smasher”,“Father of Winds” ... Read More »

Out of Business

I don’t like to think about it. And I certainly don’t like to talk ... Read More »

Our Vocation to Work

Monday is Labor Day. The observation of this day began locally in the 1880s, ... Read More »