VIDEO: Opt-In to receive emails and share contact info with your fellow parishioners

Pray Rosaries for All Things New on this First Saturday!
New website (launching any day now): www.SaveOurStLouisParishes.org -or- www.SOSTLP.org
You should have received an email with Opt-in requests including allowing us to share your name and email with those in your parish only. We do not share our data with anyone. It is simply to get information out to folks. We do have a Procurator now for the Archdiocesan-wide Core Group. We will be spreading the message that asking questions to save your parishes, your schools, and your cemeteries is not disloyal and is perfectly appropriate and within Church teaching.
We are obedient sons and daughters of Holy Mother Church, but God first. Also, I am happy to come speak to any group, anywhere to help answer questions.

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