From the Pastor's Desk

From the Pastor's Desk

Marriage and Children

Posted by Renee Molner on 6/15/17

Last weekend, I was at Notre Dame University to officiate at the wedding of a Priory alumnus. Getting there was hell. There was a 100-mile long super parking lot called Interstate 80 that I had to crawl through with my car in order to reach South Bend. But it ... Read More »


Posted by Renee Molner on 6/08/17

If you own a Mac computer, you may be familiar with the spinning pinwheel (or beach ball) of death. I’m sure PCs have a similar signal. It is your hard drive’s message to you that it is a split second away from death. Every time I restart my computer, ... Read More »

To the Family

Posted by Renee Molner on 6/02/17

Welcome to June!!! Until I came to Saint Louis, I always thought of this month as the one when grade schools and high schools let out for the summer. As far as work ending and summer beginning for teachers, it is still in June. Yet, other more important things ... Read More »


Posted by Renee Molner on 6/01/17

Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial beginning of Summer. Remembering the servicemen and women who have given their lives for our country is a good way to remember our history. Last week, I traveled to a part of our country where the roots of our history sink deepest and ... Read More »


Posted by Jodie Smith on 5/18/17

For the last ten years, The Oratory of Saints Gregory and Augustine has occupied the Saint Anselm Parish Center chapel and lower level of the Parish Center to provide Mass and community activities for a dedicated group of people who desire to worship in the traditional Latin Tridentine rite. ... Read More »

The Sum and the Summary

Posted by Jodie Smith on 5/10/17

If you ask our newly confirmed 8th graders, they will tell you that there are three Sacraments of initiation… Baptism, the Eucharist and Confirmation. Today, our 2nd graders will receive the Holy Eucharist for the first time. It is a special day for them and for us. I suppose ... Read More »

The Mission in Byumba, Rwanda

Posted by Jodie Smith on 5/08/17

This weekend we have a special visitor, Fr. Expedito Muwonge of the Diocese of Byumba, Rwanda. You may remember that Rwanda was the site of terrible genocide back in 1994. The nation still suffers from the wounds of that time. Fr. Muwonge sent us this information about his mission. ... Read More »

On This Day

Posted by Jodie Smith on 4/27/17

People are very cognizant of anniversaries. But there are only 365 days in a year, and the world has been around for a lot of years. Therefore, any given day will have a variety of things to remember, celebrate or mourn. Take today, March 30.On this day in 1135, ... Read More »

Good Advice

Posted by Jodie Smith on 4/21/17

Some weeks I am desperate for inspiration. Other weeks like this one, I have several ideas tumbling around in my head and it’s hard to choose which one to write to you about. That was my dilemma as the print deadline approached when suddenly my good friend, Facebook, reminded ... Read More »

The Bluebird of Happiness

Posted by Jodie Smith on 4/10/17

“Look at the birds in the sky; they do not sow or reap, they gather nothing into barns, yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are not you more important than they? Can any of you by worrying add a single moment to your life-span? … Learn from the way ... Read More »


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