In St. Louis, we are called today to start a new chapter in our 200-year history. May a new Pentecost set us each ablaze for the Gospel of Christ. We humbly ask the Holy Spirit to guide us, and I hope and pray that we will work together to forge new pathways and ensure that the treasure of our Faith may continue to bring healing and hope to a broken world.
Let us be Steadfast in Faith as we look Forward in Hope.
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As you scroll through this page, you will find all information regarding the All Things New process and final decisions coming after many months of discernment, interviews, surveys, information sessions, and consultation with Church and community leaders.
Starting at the top, you will find Decrees and Letters to the Faithful for each Archdiocesan Parish, followed by Deanery maps, a glossary of terms, a list of new priest assignments, and information about appeals. For some answers to some frequently asked questions, visit this page.
Epiphany of Our Lord (St. Louis)
Good Shepherd, Church of the (Hillsboro)
Little Flower (Richmond Heights)
Queen of All Saints (Oakville)
Resurrection of Our Lord - Vietnamese
For every decision made, there is a formal decree made by the Archbishop. Each decree can be found by published date. Decrees are linked as PDF documents.
Published May 27, 2023:
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Once the decree is published, anyone who is a parishioner of a parish who considers themselves to be aggrieved (injured or treated unfairly) by the Archbishop’s decision has the right to appeal the decision to him in writing concerning the way their parish is being altered.
According to the norms of the Church’s law (Canon 1734), the written appeal must be made in writing and postmarked no later than June 12, 2023, and addressed to the Archbishop at 20 Archbishop May Dr, St. Louis, MO 63119. We cannot accept emails or phone calls as a request for appeal.
Archdiocese of St Louis
20 Archbishop May Dr.
St. Louis, MO 63119