What is new at Saint Theodore?

Posted on February 27, 2020 in: General News

This has been a week of changes for St. Theodore Parish. Father Gerber is now over at Sacred Heart in Florissant as Associate Pastor. St. Theodore now has Father Peter Fonseca as our Parochial Administrator.  

Father Peter has hit the ground running, he has met with each of us in the parish office individually to assertain what we do and what we need from him at this time or in the near future. He has been welcoming the children each morning at drop off, too. This coming weekend at each Mass he plans to introduce himself to the parish.

The weekend of March 7 & 8, Blest Art will be here to sell items made in the Holy Land... statues, crucifixes, rosaries and more made of olive wood. This items make terrific family heirlooms and sacramental gifts.

March 15 through May 17, parishioner Daniel Pomerleau will be facilitating the Financial Peace program each Sunday at 3:30 in the Fr. Schmidt room. Register using the group link Financial Peace University Daniel can be reached at 513-293-6228.

Friday Fish Fry dinners will be at the Flint Hill Knight's Hall (2061 Grothe Rd) throught April 3rd. The dinners run 5-7 PM and the menu includes Andy's Breaded fried catfish, baked lemon pepper cod, cole slaw, Green beans, potato salad, mac 'n cheese and desserts. $12 for adults, $6 for children 6 yo and younger. Proceeds will be shared between the Flint Hill Athletic Association and the Knights of Columbus.

Friday night, after your meal at the Knight's Hall, join us in theChurch for the Stations of the Cross at 7 PM.

The Blue Sister wil be hosting a Parish Lenten Mission March 23, 24,25, and 26 at 7PM in the church. Children in 1st through 5th grade may be dropped of in the 1st grade classroom at 6:50 for their own little Lenten Mission.

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