Mass Streaming

On Sunday, only the 10:00am Mass will be live streamed for parishioners who are sick or home bound. All daily daily masses will continued to be live streamed. To view the livestream you may go directly to https://www.youtube.com/stlouisvideos/live. The recordings of the Masses will no longer be sent via Flocknote, but you may watch it later in the day by going to the St. Louis YouTube page (https://www.youtube.com/stlouisvideos) and clicking on that Mass' link.

Weekday Masses
St. Louis and area parishes
7:00am - Monday through Friday; 8:00am - Saturday (St. Louis)
9:00am - Monday through Friday (St. Francis)
Private Prayer
Daily from 6:00 am until 7:00 pm in the St. Louis Chapel on Route 108.
Sacrament of Reconciliation
2:30 - 4:00pm Saturday (St. Louis)
6:30 - 7:30pm Monday (St. Francis)

Who is Jesus?
Part 1: Jesus of the Bible

Part 2: Jesus of the Ancient Church

Part 3: Jesus in the Holy Eucharist

Archdiocese of Baltimore

Have you visited the Archdiocese of Baltimore's website? Did you even know there was one? You are encouraged to visit archbalt.org often for the Archbishop's homilies and blog. Learn all about our archdiocesan history, mission, and policies. Sign up to receive bulletins or view pages for ethics reporting, career opportunities, and vocations. You can also find information about many Archdiocesan ministries, the Archbishop's Annual Appeal, and the past few years' annual reports of income and expenditure. It's a wealth of information!

Be sure to add mail@flocknote.com to your contact list.

St. Louis Concert Series
A Concert for Peace

June 12, 2022 - 4:00 p.m. - St. Louis Church
Free admission, no tickets needed.

In partnership with the returning Columbia Orchestra, the combined choirs of St. Louis and St. Francis welcome soloists Colleen Daly and Timothy Mix in a free concert 4 p.m. Sunday, June 12, at St. Louis Church, Clarksville. Under the baton of Maestro Jason Love, the Orchestra and choirs will perform English music by Ralph Vaughan Williams, Gustav Holst, and C. H. H. Parry.

Vaughan Williams’ Dona Nobis Pacem will be performed to mark efforts for peace in Ukraine and around the world.

Online Giving

In this time of uncertainty, please know that we rely on your charitable giving now more than ever - not only so that the parish can meet its financial obligations, but it also allows us to continue assisting those most in need. Using Our Sunday Visitor Online Giving is the best way for us to accomplish this.

Visit https://osvhub.com/stlouisparish/funds create your account today! It’s fast, easy, and secure. This option makes use of current, and more secure, technology for you to easily set up recurring contributions to the parish on a more flexible and convenient schedule than EFT.

IMPORTANT NOTE: If you have set up payments via your bank website to come to St. Louis Church we ask that you prayerfully consider switching to Our Sunday Visitor Online Giving. This allows your charitable contributions to be put to use immediately.

Other Online Giving Parishioner benefits include:

  • Secure and confidential. There is no need to share your banking and payment information with the parish office.
  • Efficient. You may choose to set up direct withdrawals from your checking or savings account or a credit card.
  • Simple. You can start, stop, and change your contribution at any time of day or night.
  • Variety and ease. You are able to give not only recurring donations to Offertory, etc., but when a special or second collection arises, it’s quick and easy for you to contribute there as well.
  • Charitable giving. At a glance, you can track your charitable giving throughout the year and obtain a statement at the beginning of the year for your taxes. Click here to get started!