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In order to lessen the amount of plastic to be recycled, we encourage (not require, but simply encourage) picnickers to bring your own reusable beverage containers, preferably wide-mouth bicycle water bottles or travel mugs, so you can serve yourself the ice and beverages that will be provided at the parish picnic. There will, of course, be cups provided at the picnic for those who don't have a beverage container with them.
Spots are still available for a special evening with Fr. Matt Malone (editor in chief of America magazine) in person and Fr. Jim Martin (New York Times best selling author) via Skype for a conversation about Pope Francis's call for a more just world through social thought and action. The floor will be opened to questions and comments from attendees. Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres will be served at 6pm, and conversation will begin at 7pm.
The suggested donation is $75, to go directly to the College Church Outreach Program, which provides birth certificate and ID assistance to individuals with low incomes who need them for access to employment, housing, education, and social services.
RSVP to Christine Dragonette email@example.com
Donations can be made online at sfxstl.org/outreach or by check made out to “St. Francis Xavier College Church” with “Outreach Program—BSF” in the memo and sent to:
St. Francis Xavier College Church
3628 Lindell Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63108
Supper & Spirituality: College Church, SLU and St. Louis: Where We Have Been and Where We Are Headed
We will begin with a shared meal followed by a presentation including question and discussion. Join parishioners, Jeff Leonard, Tim O'Connell and our pastor, Fr. Dan White, S.J. for this presentation and discussion. We ask if you are coming to help by bringing either a sandwich, bag of chips or cookies to be shared. Please RSVP by calling 314-977-7300 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Discussion on the City and County Divide
Civic engagement is an important part of global citizenship. How does the structure of St. Louis’s local government affect our ability to seek the common good? Join us to hear from a panel of experts and learn how the City/County divide plays out in our civic lives and what it means for those striving for good locally.
Drinks and Networking begin at 5:45pm. The Panel Discussion begins at 6:15pm.
Rich McClure, Ferguson Commission, Co-Chair
Dr. Jason Purnell, For the Sake of All, Principal Investigator and Project Director
Nancy Rice, Better Together, Executive Director
Dr. Daniel Monti, SLU, Professor of Sociology and Public Policy
Fr. Chris Collins, S.J. SLU, Assistant to the President for Mission and Identity
Join in the fun at our family oriented St. Patty's Day Party.
XAVIER'S OLD IRISH PUB returns for one night only on Saturday, March 18, 2017 with doors opening at 6pm following the 5:15pm mass. This event will feature a fully catered Hot Irish meal, a Cash Bar plus coffee and soft drinks provided.
There will also be a full evening of entertainment featuring the top Celtic talent in St. Louis including: THE WEE HEAVIES, THE KAVANAUGHS featuring Jenny Kavanaugh, and THATCH featuring Ken McKenna plus Irish Dancers and other guests including Angie Nicholson & Jane Godfrey plus a dart room and games. This is an evening you will not want to miss.
Ticket price for a full dinner and over three hours of entertainment is $25 in advance and $35 at the door.
Were you married at St Francis Xavier (College) Church? If so, you are invited to a special Anniversary Celebration of Weddings at College Church. This event will be held at St. Francis Xavier College Church on Saturday, February 11th, 2017. Save the Date and kick off your Saturday night of Valentine’s Day weekend with us!