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Parish Feedback Summaries
A team of nearly 50 volunteers, including religious orders, Kenrick-Glennon Seminary faculty and staff, associate pastors, permanent deacons and lay people recently synthesized all the information the Archdiocese of St. Louis has received regarding its 178 parishes during the All Things New process. Information gathered included feedback from key parish leaders, parish...
The Archdiocese of St. Louis is entrusted with educating approximately 19,000 students within our parochial elementary schools throughout the City of St. Louis and 10 surrounding counties.
SURVEY RESULTS ARE IN
Catholic Education (archstl.org)
Overview of Elementary School
Subsidy and Enrollment
By Parish and Planning Area
ALL THINGS NEW FOLLOW UP
You have seen the models for our Planning Area #4 displayed on the poster board in the vestibule of church. The same can be viewed on the ATN website at https://allthingsnew.archstl.org/Planning-Process/Planning-Areas. You can view just the maps with the options or the full video which was presented at the Listening Sessions earlier this month. You als...
ARCHDIOCESE POSTPONES CHANGES TO CATHOLIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS UNTIL 2024-25 SCHOOL YEAR St. Louis, Missouri –
The Most Reverend Mitchell T. Rozanski, Archbishop of St. Louis, today released this statement regarding a change in the All Things New timeline regarding Catholic Elementary Schools:
“During this season of Thanksgiving and gratitude, I remain thankful to all of the admini...
ALL THINGS NEW LISTENING SESSIONS
Thanks to all of you who have participated in the All Things New surveys and provided data and feedback over the past few months. The information has been enlightening, educational and fruitful as we continue to ask ourselves what our parishes, ministries and institutions need to look like in order to effectively share our Catholic faith in a way that is suitab...
ATN SURVEY RESULTS FOR EVANGELIZATION & OUTREACH
Survey Responses Received: paper surveys: 58 electronic surveys: 66 total survey responses: 124
PRIORITIES FOR EVANGELIZATION (CHOOSE THREE)
(rank, subject, number of votes)
1 Young Adult Catechesis 86
2 Invitation 84
3 Adult Catechesis Formati...
THIS LETTER IS FOLLOWED BY MORE INFORMATION FROM ARCHBISHOP ROZANSKI AND THE OFFICE OF STRATEGIC PLANNING (PLEASE CONTINUE TO SCROLL DOWN TO THE NEXT POSTING AFTER READING)
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ:
Please let me start by thanking you for your thoughtful consideration and honest feedback to our
various All Things New surveys, outreach and strategic planning endeavors. ...
This week Archbishop Rozanski and the Office of Strategic Planning have issued a bulletin article for all parishes to publish in this week’s bulletin concerning our progress on the All Things New. In addition, I have included, in this week’s bulletin, a copy of the Archbishop’s current letter, dated August 21st to parishioners.
What is All Things...
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.
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...
Totus Tuus Summer Camp on July 24-29, 2022 LOOKING FOR HELP!! DONATIONS AND TIME!!!
Totus Tuus is coming to Annunciation, July 25-29, 2022! (Teen program July 24-28) We need your help to make this an amazing event for our kids and teens. Please sign up to provide meals, snacks or volu...
PSR registration is taking place now for the 2022 — 2023 school year. PSR classes are held on Monday evenings during the school year at Our Lady of Providence in the school building. We offer religion classes and sacramental preparation to students who attend public schools or do not otherwise receive religious education. If you are interested in registering or have questions you may c...
Over the past 18 months, a group of OLP parishioners have participated in Just Faith and other programs exploring issues of social justice. The programs have opened our eyes and hearts, challenging us to move forward. As OLP Justice Seekers, we seek to:Take our inspiration and guidance from the prin...