Saint Rita
Catholic Church
Parish News
Prayer to Our Lady of Guadalupe
Corona Virus Prayer (click here)
Archdiocesan Guidelines concerning the resumption of public Mass
Health Guidelines for returning to public Masses.
FAQs regarding returning to public Masses.
Stations of the Cross - 1 & 2
Stations of the Cross - 3 & 4
Stations of the Cross - 5 & 6
Stations of the Cross - 7 & 8
Stations of the Cross - 9 & 10
Stations of the Cross - 11 & 12
Stations of the Cross - 13 & 14
Seven Signs of a Vibrant Parish
Bishop Rivituso letter reflects on the recent Town Hall at St. Ritas
Town Hall meeting at St. Ritas in October 2020
Letter to Parishioners- Oct. 2020
Dia de Los Muertas.
The Saints Ritas ladies group will be sponsoring a Dia de Los Muertas (Day of the Dead) celebration on November 15. The day of the dead is an ancient
Latin custom to honor our loved ones who are deceased. A small altar will be set up in the Sanctuary. You are invited to bring a small photo of loved ones to
place on the altar on Sunday. If you have any questions call Joan Reynoso at 314-575-0859
Town Hall Meeting.
To address the issues raised at the Town Hall meeting on October 15, the parish council has the lead roll to prepare the plan requested by Bishop
Rivituso, with participation and input from parishioners. For those of you on the parish Eblast list, you should have received the pertinent documents.
All parishioners will recieve the documents in the mail. The plan is due to the Archdiocese by December 15, 2020.

If you consider yourself a parishioner but have not registered, please call the parish office (428-4845) to register.

Also, the parish office does not have up-to-date phone numbers for many parishioners. if you have not received a phone call from the parish council
in recent months, please call the office and give us your updated number.
Stations of the Cross for Overcoming Racism
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Giving Tree.
Please see the Nov. 22 bulletin for the Giving Tree info. It's a little different this year due to covid complications.