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Welcome to our church! ​If you are new to the area, moved across town or simply have not registered yet, please visit our website to complete your registration: www.stgabrielstl.org/ParishRegistration.aspx.     Rectory Closed: In observance of Independence Day, the rectory will be closed on Tuesday, July 4, 2017. Have ...

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INTERESTED IN SOCIAL JUSTICE AND DEEPENING YOUR FAITH...AND DON’T KNOW WHERE TO START? JustFaith is a process for faithful Catholics looking to deepen their commitment to care for vulnerable people and our planet. Through prayer, study, dialogue, and immersion experiences, participants form community as they explore critical real...

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We are called to gather as the family of God to be nourished by God’s word.

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What is Totus Tuus?    
Did you graduuate from St. Gabriel’s in 1973? We want to see you again! Please plan to attend a class reunion on Saturday, 10/21/17. Reminisce with friends beginning with 5:00pm Mass at St. Gabriel’s followed by appetizers and beverages at Pietro’s  Restaurant on Watson. The cost is $...

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The Parish Council is seeking women and men willing to serve on the council for the next three years. This is the parish’s main advisory group and helps to guide the workings and future direction of the parish. The Council meets on the second Tuesday of the month. If you have an interest or know of someone interested&nb...

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St. Gabriel will hold a spring Day of Service on Saturday, May 20. We will be working on area homes and on projects in our neighborhoods.   Among the tasks will be landscaping, minor home repair, painting and more. Watch upcoming bulletins for details on how to sign up to help. Last year, we had about 5...

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THANK YOU to everyone who attended the Havana Nights Dinner Auction last weekend. The night was a huge success! We are extremely grateful for the generous donations by the community. This year’s Fund-A-Need proceeds will be going to MySci, a new science program for all of our students from kindergarten to eighth grade. MySci equi...

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Mother's Day is Sunday, May 14. Each year St. Gabriel LIFE Group, with the help of our generous parishioners, provides Mother's Day gift bags to women served by Our Lady's Inn, Good Shepherd Children and Family Services, and Birthright Counseling. If you wish to donate items for this project, t...

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BE A VIP!  VINCENTIAN IN PRAYER! WE NEED YOUR HELP! Prayer is a vital aspect of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul. Prayer guides us. Prayer sustains us. Prayer leads us to trust in Divine Providence. Prayer keeps us focused on how we are called to build community with our neighbors and how to assist them with their needs....

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Each Sunday during the 9:00am Mass the Children’s Liturgy of the Word program provides the opportunity for St. Gabriel’s littlest parishioners to learn the Gospel on their own level. If you have a child(ren) in preschool through second grade, we invite them to join us! There is no sign-up required o...

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Our Parish Picnic will be held on Saturday, June 10, 2017. At this time, the parish picnic committee has a number of opportunities for leadership positions. Please consider an opportunity to contribute in a big way to your parish community. If you are interested or have questions about the roles, contact Gene Gilstrap (Picnic Chair...

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St. Gabriel’s Arts & Environment Church Committee is seeking new Leadership Volunteers! DO YOU… Have a knack for design? Enjoy plants and floral arrangements? Have a few hours to help Church look its best? The St. Gabriel Arts and Environment Committee is looking for new leadership volunteers. We are a small p...

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Our St. Gabriel monthly Cancer Companion Support Group will begin a new nine month cycle beginning in March. We offer two options, Tuesday evenings or Saturday mornings. If you know someone in the parish who is in cancer treatment or post-treatment or their loved ones, who may need support, please call the parish nurse, Judy Hunter,...

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NOTE FROM  St. Gabriel LIFE Group - Aldermanic Board Bill 203 Please Contact City Aldermen and Mayor Slay regarding Board Bill 203!! Aldermanic Board Bill 203, the reproductive decisions bill, was passed on February 10, 2017. This bill can have dire consequences for local Catholic institutions. It would be good to thank the&...

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Would you like to participate in the Vocation Chalice Program here at St. Gabriel the Archangel Parish? Parishioners may sign up to accept the Chalice into their home for one week. You are asked to find a prominent place in your home where the Chalice is noticed throughout the week. Your responsibility is ...

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Become a Sponsor St. Gabriel the Archangel Catholic School, with its 520 person student body, has been a cornerstone for neighborhood values and community pride in the St. Louis Hills area for over 70 years. This year, we are hosting a Havana Night themed auction on April 29, 2016. The evening features dinner, entertainment which inclu...

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The first St. Gabriel’s Fish Fry of 2017 will be on Friday, March 3. This is one of the largest fundraisers in the parish and 100% of the proceeds go directly back to the school and parish. We are always in need of men, women and youth to volunteer. Feel free to contact Steve Levitt, Russ Smith, Steve Bettag, Brian Knobbe, Da...

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In November our ladies won the 2016 Parochial Soccer Championship against St. Paul. Down 2-1 with very little time left on the clock, these ladies continued to battle and managed to tie the game, forcing overtime. Again with little time left in the second overtime, they found the net and brought home a winner!! What a great memory for ...

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