|POPE FRANCIS LENTEN MESSAGE
Pope Francis has sent a pastoral letter to all of us. He reminds us of the importance of the season of Lent, and he offers us a reflection to help our own spiritual growth. Please check out this loving message from our Holy Father as we begin Lent.
|Here are three helpful resources that will help explain what processes are in place for restarting public mass and things you need to know. |
Watch the short video, featuring Archbishop Carlson, on returning to public Mass.
CHANGE TO POLICY ON MASKS IN CHURCH
Due to many comments from our parishioners, and based on current guidance from the Archdiocese, we are adjusting our policy on masks in church:
At St. Robert Bellarmine church, you MUST wear a mask when entering the church, exiting the church, going to/from Communion, and while moving around the church (lighting a candle, going to confession, etc.)
IN THIS WORLD OF THE COVID-19 VIRUS
We are in an ever-changing time. It seems like everyday, something new is being asked of us. We are hoping to keep you up-to-date with latest news as we get it. One way to stay up-to-date is with the myParish App. As new information comes up, we will push it to your smartphone. Click
| St. Pat's Chili Program
St. Patrick's Center continues to feed the poor in the community. The St. Pat's Chili Program is still active and is in need now more than ever. Chili can be dropped off at St. Robert Bellarmine Rectory. Please place the chili on the metal rack in the door way. Drivers will pick up and deliver to the center. If you have any questions, please call Kathy King - 636-248-0598.
The Senior Citizen Luncheon is "On hold until further notice"
Keep a lookout for when we will resume the Luncheon on either this web site, the banner on the fence or on the hotline # at 636-946-6799 extension 16.
Joachim and Anne Care Center
Food items for the Joachim and Anne Care Center can be dropped off in the brown Parish bin, in between the Church doors, on Sundays from 9:00 - 11:00 AM.
We will continue to monitor and evaluate the situation,
as well as directives given from authorities, for all future events
This Website has been put together to facilitate a better understanding of
our parish mission and structures and to enable parishioners to come into
contact with each other. I hope that as you read it you will find the
information helpful. read
We, the people of St. Robert Bellarmine Parish, commit
ourselves to develop a parish community that will teach the message of Jesus,
form a community, actively engage in prayer and worship, reach out in service,
and encourage moral formation.
be a vital and vibrant parish with a family perspective in the tradition of
Monday-Friday / 8am
Saturday / 8am & 5pm
Sunday / 7:30,9:30 &11:30am
Holy Days / 8am & 7pm
Anticipatory Mass / 5 pm
Holiday / 8am
Saturday 4:30 - 4:55
Sunday 9:00 - 9:25
or call rectory for appointment
8:30am - 7:30pm
Perpetual Help Devotions
Our Patron Saint
Dean of St. Charles Deanery
Canonical Pastor Reverend
Brian Fischer email
Deacon Phil King /
Part time Senior Associate
Father Mark Whitman /
636-946-6799 ext. 13
Rev. Msgr. Raymond Hampe
Deacon Joseph Meiergerd / email
Deacon Noli Rivera /email
Mrs. Jan McArthur / email
of Religious Education
Mrs. Pam Olimpio /email
Karen Vossenkemper / email
Business Manager, Bookkeeper
Child Safety Coordinator
Mrs. Laurie Schueddig /
Ken Morr / email
Megan Parker /email
636-946-6799 ext. 11
|Missouri Department of Social Services Children's Division
Child Abuse & Neglect
Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services Adult Abuse & Neglect
Parish Contact: Laurie Schueddig
Mo. Dept of
Victims of Sexual abuse, in addition to contacting civil
authorities, are asked to come forward in order to receive pastoral assistance.
Reports of abuse may be made to any Pastor or to:
Director of Safe Environment Program
stlprotect when accessing the training modules.
Children Workshop Schedule
Registration & code of Ethical Conduct
Prevent & Protect
Parish School Requirement 2020