Information

Catechesis is a responsibility of the entire Christian community. This is should not be the work of catechists and priests alone, but of the whole community of the faithful. The Christian community follows the development of catechetical processes, for children, young people and adults, as a duty that involves and binds it directly. (GDC 220) A fully Christian community can exist only when a systematic catechesis of all its members takes place and when an effective and well developed catechesis of adults is regarded as the central task of the catechetical enterprise. (ACCC, no. 25)

Children

The first catechists in any child’s life are the family members with whom he or she lives. What happens at home – both positive and negative – provides lessons for life. In the family, faith is shared as part of the unfolding of daily life. The home or “domestic church” provides a real place in which a child learns to live his or her faith as well as understanding it.

Our goal is to create a program of lifelong faith formation that is centered in and flows out of the events of Church life. It embraces all ages and generation, promotes faith growth at home and promotes participation in Church life.

Contact the church office at  901-255-1950.

Becoming Catholic

Rite of Christian Initiation (RCIA)

If you or someone you know are interested in becoming Catholic, or you just want to learn more about your Catholic faith, join us for RCIA classes starting at the end of August. The Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults classes will be taught by Deacon Jeff and will take place every Tuesday in the Clunan Center at 7 pm. The first class is Tuesday, August 28th and the program will run through Easter. There is no cost and no need to sign up…just show up on the first evening ready to learn more about the Church that Jesus founded 2000 years ago! For information,
call Deacon Jeff at 240-7649 or email him at dj@deaconjeff.com

Upcoming Events

December 13, 2018
  • Fishers of Men

    December 13, 2018  6:15 am - 7:30 am
    St. Louis Catholic Church, 203 S White Station Rd, Memphis, TN 38117, USA

    The Fishers of Men of St Louis invite all men of the parish to 6:15am Mass on Thursdays and the Fishers of Men Gathering directly after. The FOM are starting the “Crossing the Goal” series with the dissection of the "Our Father” every Thursday morning in the Clunan Center following 6:15am Mass. If you are a man of the parish and want to deepen your Catholic faith with other men, please join us! For more information, call Jonathan Lyons at 481-2199.

    Add to My Calendar

December 14, 2018
  • Praise & Worship Group

    December 14, 2018  11:00 am - 12:00 pm
    Choir Room

    Add to My Calendar