Fleur de Lis Octoberfest

It’s time for Oktoberfest again! Join us on Thursday, October 25th for brats, pork loin, beer, sauerkraut, red cabbage and apples, salad, rolls, and dessert. Hors d’oeuvres at 6:00 pm in the Dining Hall followed by dinner at 6:30 pm. Then a short talk with Mike Pogson about the downtown walking tours. $10.00 per person. Please call Fred or Cathy at 685-1934 by Monday, October 22nd to make a reservation.


Holy Hour for Youth

Father Ruben will host a monthly holy hour for the youth of the parish. Please encourage your child to join us on Wednesday, October 10th from 7:00-8:00 PM in the Church.

Fleur de Lis Meeting

Now that you’ve rested for 2 months, time to come back to Fleur de Lis! All parishioners 55 and older are welcome to join our group. Dues are $10.00 per year. Our first meeting is Thursday, August 23rd. We will have Mass at 6:00 pm followed immediately by dinner in the Clunan Center. More Occasions by Marcie will cater pork tenderloin and lots of veggies, salad, and dessert. $10.00 per person. Please call Fred or Cathy at 685-1934 by Monday, August 20th to make a reservation.


Understanding Yourself & Others!

Aug. 19th & Sept. 23rd • 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm

There Is a Simple Way to Understand People! Learn how people behave and how they are motivated. Enjoy this fun and interactive workshop designed to help you identify your communication style & get a better understanding of the other three communication styles.

Learn how to reduce stress, conflict, improve productivity, and relate with others more effectively.  Unlock the key to developing good people skills and creating better relationships.

Understand yourself better & Understand others better! Workshop is FREE & will meet in the Choir Room. Seating is limited to the first 20 people to make reservations at: Lisamdavid15@gmail.com. Please direct all questions to this email address.


Archbishop J. Peter Sartain’s 40th Ordination Anniversary Mass & Reception

An Invitation from Archbishop Peter Sartain

Dear Friends, by God’s grace, I will be celebrating the 40th anniversary of my ordination to the priesthood with Mass at St. Louis Catholic Church on Thursday, July 12th at 6:00 pm. This Mass will give me the opportunity to thank God for the gift of the priesthood and especially for the support and prayers offered to me as a young man and priest by your parish and the Catholic Community of Memphis. I am not sending out formal invitations, and everyone is cordially invited.

Though I now live far away in Seattle, Memphis is still home, and I will always be grateful for your love, prayers, and support. I’d appreciate a prayer that I will serve the people of the Archdiocese of Seattle as the Lord desires. Thank you and God Bless! Archbishop Sartain


Sound System Installation in Church

Due to popular demand, a new, improved sound system will be installed in the Church this month. Mass will be celebrated in the Clunan Center beginning on Monday, June 18th. The installation is projected to be completed by Friday, June 29th. We apologize for the inconvenience and we are excited to begin enjoying this upgrade to enhance our worship experience at Mass soon!


Job Opening–St. Louis Catholic School 7th & 8th Grade Spanish Teacher

St. Louis Catholic School has an opening for a 7th8th grade Spanish teacher for school year 2018-19.

Job Duties:

  • Deliver approved Spanish curriculum using engaging learning strategies with an emphasis on fulfilling all Spanish I skills to the mastery level by the end of 8th grade
  • Develop and maintain a classroom environment using effective classroom management strategies
  • Maintain and update online gradebooks, calendars, and class webpages and effectively and efficiently communicate with parents and students
  • Work as a team member of the SLS Junior High Faculty with a positive attitude and a prayer-filled spirit


  • Bachelor degree (Masters preferred) in Spanish
  • Teaching certificate in the state of Tennessee, or in progress
  • Experience and love for working with 7th and 8th grade students
  • Strong communication skills in both Spanish and English, written and spoken
  • Be a practicing member of the Catholic church or have knowledge of ways to integrate Catholic doctrine into Spanish concepts