All Things New will evaluate the effectiveness of the Church in St. Louis in proclaiming the Gospel and will identify opportunities for improvement and renewal within all parishes, schools and curia offices and agencies.
Our Guiding Principles
Unceasing prayer – prayer to help us stay connected to God
Evangelization - to bring the face of Christ to each other
Intentional Stewardship – How do we share our Time, Talents and Treasure with all
Based on the survey results of the Discipleship Maker Index (DMI) that was offered in the spring of this year, seeing an increase in young adult involvement is the top priority of the archdiocese. In response, the "All Things New" Team, the Office of Young Adult Ministry and the Young Adult Ministry Subcommittee have created a survey to gather feedback from young adults.
All young adults whether single, discerning, married, priest or religious, with or without children, ages 18-39 are encouraged to fill out the survey.
Young adults may anonymously share their beliefs and interests, their needs, their experience in parishes, and their hopes for the future of the Church in St. Louis.
The survey will close September 12th with a report being published in October.
To learn more about the Young Adult Survey visit the "All Things New" Website: https://allthingsnew.archstl.org/Ways-to-Engage/Young-Adult-Survey
Click on the following link to view Archbishop Rozanski's message, learn more, subscribe, be inspired, and pray with us: allthingsnew.archstl.org
Click on this link to read the Report to Parishioners
Welcome to St. Gabriel the Archangel, a Roman Catholic Church in the Archdiocese of St. Louis. As St. Gabriel was sent by God to Mary, we also have been chosen to proclaim the Good News to our community today. Our Mission is to bring all men & women together as people of God sharing the Bread of Life & living the Law of Love through service to all our neighbors. Like the first Christians, we also devote ourselves to:
- Instruction of the Apostles by reading Scripture, living the Gospel, & following the teachings of the bishop of Rome.
- The breaking of Bread through the celebration of the Eucharist & the Sacraments.
- Communal life as experienced through sharing our time & talents to build up the Body of Christ.
- Prayer to foster a personal relationship with God. We rely on the guidance of the Holy Spirit to "bring this good work to completion."