VIDEO: Archdiocesan Leaders, Will You Join Us for the Marian Procession on the Feast of St. Louis?

The schedule for the annual Festival of Saint Louis on his Feast Day, Thursday August 25, 2022 is below.  We hope the Archdiocesan leadership will join us!  All of the listed events are special, but you particularly don’t want to miss the Eucharistic Adoration at 4:30 pm, the Marian Procession at 5:30pm which ends at the Statue of Saint Louis. Then we pray the Rosary at the Statue at 6:30 pm, followed by the Festival.   One of the most truly beautiful, Catholic-in-every-way events of the year in Saint Louis.

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