Resources for Lent

Remembering Our Migrant Neighbors During Lent The following are suggestions for one to do during Lent that connect with the Lenten themes of Prayer, Fasting and Almsgiving. They are related to the Catholic Social Teachings of the Church. We hope you find them bringing you closer to Jesus in...

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Know Your Rights Sessions

Clic para leer la página en español. We need volunteers for our Power of Attorney Workshops!  You can sign up on the form below to help. Upcoming Know Your Rights Presentations Co-hosted with The MICA Project and Missouri Immigrant and Refugee Advocates These information sessions look at changes caused by the recent...

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Sesiones de Conocer sus Derechos

Click here to view page in English ¿Interesado en ser voluntario en una sesión? Para ayudar se puede inscribir como voluntario en la forma de abajo. Próximas Presentaciones de Conocer sus Derechos Presentado por St. Francis Community Services, the MICA Project, y Missouri Immigrant and Refugee Advocates Estas sesiones de...

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Missouri Flood Relief: Schedule for Multi-Agency Resource Centers

Saint Francis Community Services is working with Catholic Charities and other organizations to provide aid to victims of the recent flooding, which has affected all 11 counties of the Archdiocese. SFCS will be assisting at Multi-Agency Resource Centers (MARCs) set up in a variety of locations (see below). Catholic Charities is a leading partner at every...

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SB224 & A+ Scholarships

Jay came to the U.S. when he was in the third grade.  His youngest sister, who was four years old, was dying of malnutrition when the family crossed the border.  Jay learned English quickly in elementary school and became an honor roll student.  However, he struggled to overcome some...

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A Chance for Due Process

In the summer of 2014, the number of Central Americans migrating to the United States reached a peak. Of particular concern was the high number of unaccompanied and separated migrant children, originating primarily from the Northern Triangle of Central America – Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala. To raise awareness...

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