Welcome to Our Lady of Providence! Community! Church! Family!

Thank you for visiting our parish website. At OLP we wish to extend to friends and neighbors and to visitors and strangers a warm and sincere welcome. For more than sixty years the Catholic faithful have gathered here in worship and fellowship under the patronage of Our Lady to fulfill the Lord’s mission to His faithful people. As you visit our website, we hope that you not only discover the information you seek, but you are drawn by our invitation to join us.

If you are visitors to our area, we are honored by your presence at the Eucharist. If you are a resident searching for a home church, we hope that you will allow us to open our doors to you that you may find a place of faith and friendship. Please feel free to contact us at any time.

In the loving care of Our Lady,
Father Rick Schilli, Pastor                                                 Live Stream Mass                


August 3 - ALL THINGS NEW has one more survey. There are two more questions based on the responses of OLP parishioners regarding identified EVANGELIZATION and SOCIAL OUTREACH strengths and weaknesses.  https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/L92ZQLR

This link will be posted  in the bulletin and a blast email will follow with more information.  Paper copies will be in the pews through August 14.  Your response is needed by August 19.

All Things New    allthingsnew.archstl.org   



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, with or without children, ages 18-39 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:







    Please practice social distancing.

Sunday morning 11 a.m. Mass will be live streamed. 

Daily Mass  Mon. Tues. Wed. Thur. Fri. at  7:30 am
Wednesday 8 am during school year with HCA Children

Saturday Mass
4:30 pm

Sunday Mass
8:30 am, 11:00 am (LIVE STREAMED)
 (No Children's Liturgy at 11 am Mass)
NO Mass on Sunday Evening

Saturday 3:00 – 4:00 pm
Or by appointment with Father Schilli

Our Mission

Guided by the Word of God and the redeeming love shown for us by Jesus, our parish is committed to the Providential Care of God, and the Patronage of Mary, Our Lady of Divine Providence, through prayer, worship, the Sacraments, and joyful service to the needs of others.

From Father Schilli's Column  July 31, 2022  PART FIVE ALL THINGS NEW – THE DISCIPLE  MAKER INDEX SURVEY RESULTS  The final sections of the DMI once again explore the quality and extent of the outreach.  The first emphasis is on collaborative efforts. All of these points have already been cited previously in the response.        Meeting the needs of the poor and marginalized:  Ste. Teresa-St. Bridget parish, Affton Food Pantry, Friends of Honduras, St. Vincent De Paul clientele, and charitable work of Knights of Columbus      ...

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NEW YOUTH MINISTRY FOR HCA AND PSR PARISH KIDS BEGINNING IN LATE JUNE Parents, ever wish that our parishes of Holy Cross and PSR had youth ministry. Good News! A new youth ministry is beginning in this area. Our new name for this ministry is called Encounter Youth Ministries. The area consists of St. John Paul II, St. Michael, Seven Holy Founders, Our Lady of Providence, and Annunciation. It is a high school ministry for all the youth in this area from those entering freshman year to those entering senior year. We will accept youth from anywhere, but we will have a focus on this area. As we begin this ministry, we, the ...

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Archbishop Rozanski's Letter Launching All Things New   January 25, 2022 Feast of the Conversion of Saint Paul the Apostle Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, Today, we celebrate a pivotal moment in the life of Church – one in which St. Paul was called by Jesus to participate in the saving story of salvation in a new way. Through St. Paul’s acceptance of this call, he became one of the biggest and earliest evangelizers in our Church’s history. In St. Louis, we too are called to a new chapter in our nearly 200-year history. The model that fulfilled its mission in growing and eva...

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Protecting God's Children


Victims of sexual abuse, in addition to contacting civil authorities, are asked to come forward in order to receive pastoral assistance. Reports of abuse may be made to any Pastor or to:
Sandra Price, Executive Director
Office of Child & Youth Protection
Missouri Department of Social Services, Children’s Division
Child Abuse and Neglect Hotline:
Missouri Department of Heath & Senior Services
Adult Abuse and Neglect Hotline:
1-800-392-0210 TO REPORT ABUSE OF A CHILD OR AN ADULT CONTACT THE ARCHDIOCESE OF ST. LOUIS  (click the link above or call 314-792-7005)  


Archdiocese of St. Louis provides the sexual abuse prevention program "Protecting God's Children" to parishes, schools, and archdiocesan agencies at no cost.  Office of Child and Youth Protection         

Safe Environment – Prevent and Protect STL  Office of Child and Youth Protection

The Archdiocese of St. Louis has developed a NEW system for safe environment compliance called Prevent and Protect STL.  Everyone ministering to minors and vulnerable adults (clergy, employees and volunteers) in the Archdiocese are required and asked to register in the new system before December 31, 2020.  This includes those new to service and those who are currently in service.  For those who have already attended a Protecting God’s Children workshop, your previous training date will transfer to this new system.  In addition to attending a live Protecting God’s Children workshop, all clergy, volunteers, and employees will register for an updated background screening, view two new online training modules on abuse reporting and the Code of Ethical Conduct, and agree to the updated Code of Ethical Conduct.  Please go to http://www.preventandprotectstl.org to register and contact your parish Child Safety Coordinator, Michelle Rusch ,at 314-843-3570 x11 with any questions or for further assistance.