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Pastor's Corner

Posted on November 07, 2019 in: Parish-wide Announcements

Pastor's Corner
This coming Thursday, November 14th, our second graders will joyfully celebrate the Sacrament of Reconciliation for the first time.

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Children’s Liturgy of the Word
Each Sunday at the 9:00 am Mass, the Children’s Liturgy of the Word program allows our littlest parishioners to learn the Gospel on their own level. Our adult volunteers share a child-tailored version of the weekly Gospel and facilitate an engaging Gospel-related learning experience. If you have children in preschool through second grade, we invite them to join us! Additionally, we are seeking volunteers to serve as Children’s Liturgy Leaders. We provide training - no experience is required other than complying with Protecting God’s Children. If you ...

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All women of the parish - Join us at the well! Our mission offers the opportunity to come together to BUILD COMMUNITY WITH FAITH, FELLOWSHIP AND FUN.   Mark your calendar with future dates for Women at the Well       Thursday November 14 Discernment Recognizing His Voice   December TBA Holiday Party      

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Purchase gift cards through the St. Gabriel SCRIP program and support our school.   Here is a list of the cards and the available denominations: GROCERY                                                            Dierbergs (5%)  $100, $25   ~   Whole Foods Market (3%)   $100       GAS CARDS 76 Gas / Phillips 66 / Conoco / U-Gas (1.5%)  $100, $25  ~   BP Gas (1.5...

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School News

Posted on October 31, 2019 in: Parish-wide Announcements

School News Looking ahead: All School Veteran’s Mass on Monday, November 11th at 8:00 am Reception to follow. Important Sacrament Dates for 2019-2020 · October 24: 1st Reconciliation Parent Meeting in Church 6:30 p.m. · November 14:  1st Reconciliation in Church 7:00 p.m. · March 25:  1st Communion Parent Meeting in Church 6:30 p.m. · April 17:  Day of Prayer for Confirmation Students · April 20:  Confirmation at Saint Gabriel the Archangel at 7 p.m. It is our privilege to partner with parents for the education ...

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College students, parents and grandparents of college students connect with your Newman Center and campus ministry before you leave for college.   The Newman Centers are NOT notified by colleges that Catholic students are on campus so many college students never locate their Catholic ministry or church at all. Your assistance is greatly needed to help our young people stay close to their faith and grow in their relationship with Our Lord.  It is through their connection with their college Catholic community that they will be able to make friends, continue their formation and grow as they discern what dire...

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All parishioners are invited to join the St. Gabriel Adoration Society and spend at least one hour a month in church in prayer. All levels of commitment are welcome. Taking advantage of the gift of adoration is one of the best ways to draw closer to God. A holy hour is simply spending time in the presence of God. It's not a project to be accomplished but an exercise of love. You can read the bible or a spiritual book, say the Rosary, or just rest with the Lord. For a list of times available or for more details, call Veda Jeggle at 752-3109 or email Mary Beth Wolf at marybethluna@hotmail.com    

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We have received numerous phone calls  from parishioners who have received emails or text messages that appear to be from Msgr. Shamleffer requesting gift cards.  Please be aware that these requests are coming from scammers. The scammers create an email account using our pastor’s name and sending email or text messages. I and all Priests or pastors will never email or text parishioners looking for gift cards and would never send a business email from a private account such as @aol.com or @gmail.com

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RITE OF CHRISTIAN INITIATION OF ADULTS—RCIA  This September we will again start the process for men and women who are inquiring about the Catholic Faith. RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults) is the process through which adults enter into the Catholic faith. RCIA is a spiritual journey designed in phases and implemented through various rites. The participants' spiritual growth is encouraged and enhanced through weekly reflection on God's Word and the teachings of Catholic doctrine and traditions.  Any questions contact the rectory at 353.6303.  Becoming a Catholic is one of the mo...

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Calling All Musicians!

Posted on September 19, 2019 in: Parish-wide Announcements

The St. Gabriel Parish Choir sings each Sunday at the 11:00 Mass, and rehearses each Wednesday evening from 7:30 to 9:00 p.m.  We are always in need of a few more tenors and basses, especially.  Musical reading is definitely a plus, but many quick learners with good ears do very well and learn some basic reading skills along the way.  We sing a wide variety of music from all musical eras, plus we always pray twice with our singing!  The St. Gabriel Young Adult Choir sings about three times each month, rotating mostly between the 9:00 and 11:00 Masses.  These talented young adults rehearse from 4...

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Vocations to the Priesthood and Religious Life: Any young man interested in the priesthood or any young person interested in the religious life is encouraged to contact the Pastor or one of the deacons at 314-353-6303 or to contact the Archdiocesan Vocation Office 314-792-6460. All Catholics are called to pray for an increase in religious vocations.

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Sign Up for Weekly Newsletter!
Tell your friends!  Go to:https://www.stgabrielstl.org/ and enter your name and email address to sign up for the weekly email newsletter from St Gabriel (see picture for what it will look like)!  Parish/Group Leaders, contact the Rectory for information on how to get YOUR group annoucements posted on the website and all forms of social media!  We have the GOOD NEWS at St Gabriel!  Let's SHARE!

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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. We need volunteers to be Vincentians In Prayer, “Prayer Warriors” who are assigned to pray for a specific neighbor or family. We ask that you initially pray a Novena to St. Jude then commit to pray daily for the neighbor for a minimum of three months. Although the...

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