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Video: Exciting News! Philip Gray is coming to STL on March 24 & 25 for a public meeting to update us about Archdiocesan wide plans, as well as holding a meeting with Parish Procurators

Philip Gray is coming to St. Louis on March 24 & 25. Philip will speak at one public meeting to update us about the Archdiocesan wide plans. He will also meet with parish procurators to discuss parish specific plans. Below is the procurator mandate for use by each individual parish. Please email us at INFO@SOSTLP.ORG with the following if you would like to attend the Parish Procurator Meeting: 1) Parish Procurator Name (or proposed Procurator if not yet voted for a Procurator) and contact information, 2) Parish President Name (or 2nd key person) and contact information, 3) Parish Name, 4) What you want to petition or appeal for your Parish. Talk to your priests. Help them understand what will happen to their canonical rights as a pastor when we reduce down to 88 pastorates.

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VIDEO: Why nothing ever gets put in writing by the Archdiocese of St. Louis

Did the Archdiocese of St. Louis have a written policy about the Covid vaccination? They absolutely did NOT ever put their policy in writing. In the time of the crisis, you would think you would want CLARITY by simply stating your position. St. Cosmas and Damian, patrons of surgeons, doctors and pharmacists, pray for us!

VIDEO: Asking a question is always permissible

Asking a question is always permissible. Dialogue is the answer. Ask our Archdiocesan leaders the tough questions. Their emails are listed below. The new vicars are hiring staff, yet they won’t allow any average lay person to ask questions about what this staff will actually be doing to help evangelize the faith? How can they…

VIDEO: Where is the accompaniment, the dialogue and the synodal process for the laity here in the Archdiocese of St. Louis right now or during the entire All Things New process???

People are seeking the truth. We are built for Truth. We all have an internal radar when there is a lack of honesty. When the Archdiocesan leaders refuse to have a dialogue at all about the closures and changes happening now, then you know they don’t want to be up front and honest about their…

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