Souper Bowl 2021
Help Us Tackle Hunger
The 4th Annual Souper Bowl is brought to you by Team Rebuilt and the St. Charles Food Pantry. Our goal this year is 25,000 cans of soup to help those in need. View the event flyer for more details.
You can bring your can or monetary donations to Mass or the Food Pantry. You can also make your donation online at http://bit.ly/2021SouperDonation.
Join us at the Drive-Thru/Walk-Up Soup Supper on Feb. 6 after 4 pm. Freewill donation. Mass featuring Stroud's Chicken Noodle, Cascone's Minestrone, Knights of Columbus' Clam Chowder, Hideout/Ikey's Gumbo, Stone Canyon's Cheesy Chicken Chowder, Garozzo's Italian Sausage & Corner Cafe's Chicken Noodle Soup.
As a part of our continuing efforts to remain COVID-19 safe, we conduct contact-tracing for each weekend Mass. Please sign up in advance individually (or for a family by listing one member) for each weekend Mass you choose to attend. View the mass times.
Help Support Your
Please consider giving back by supporting your local friends and their businesses this holiday season. Email the flyer to everyone you know with a list of your favorite restaurants and businesses.
Purchase gift cards, give generous tips, and consider giving gift baskets filled with local products.
Spread the word on social media. Tag and share your favorite restaurants and businesses. #friendssupportingfriendskc
Virtual Prayer Luncheon Was A Great Success
We are trully thankful and touched by the support received to help us carry forth this mission. This year's event included a performance by the Borromeo Academy Scholars, a message from Father Don Farnan, an update from Principal Dr. Karen Hopson, and a special message from Joe Ross, President of St. Pius X High School. Watch the event feature video.
All donations received will greatly benefit our committment to educate all children and to provide Classical Catholic Education at Borromeo Academy. There is still time to help. Click here to donate.
Questions? Contact Jenifer Harris at (816) 436-0880 or [email protected].
CHARGED WITH SAINT CHARLES BLOG, By Fr. Don Farnan
01/19/21 5:10 pm
About eight years ago, during a period when I counseled several adult survivors of priest sexual abuse, I also served on a board for our diocesan Office of Child and Youth Protection. We almost became an underground group because our bishop at the time was uninterested in dealing with issues that exposed church faults. A […]Read More
01/14/21 7:32 am
Harry Truman once said, “During election season, we behave somewhat as primitive people do during a full moon.” Every four years around the time of a general election, I, like many other church leaders would love to disappear because people go crazy. In addition, numerous churchgoers want priests to instruct Catholic voters how to cast […]Read More
01/09/21 1:56 pm
There is a chance I could be excommunicated. I might not mind if I was. “Excommunicate” means to “be out of communion with.” There are things in which I am out of step with, in the church, and so it would probably serve me right. Of course, it helps to remember that Jesus was excommunicated […]Read More