St. Norbert Mission Statement

St. Norbert Parish, as part of God's Holy people, is united through our belief in Jesus, the Christ.

We strive to live a life of Christian Witness through the Traditions of the Roman Catholic Church and enriched by its understanding of the Scriptures are called to proclaim the Good News to others.

We find our strength through the Celebration of the Sacraments and our common prayer, calling upon God's Spirit which unifies through reconciliation and Love.

updated May, 2013

Helping Ministries We Support

  • The Emergency Assistance Ministry
    (TEAM) of  Florissant and Hazelwood
  • Room at the Inn Night Site
  • Karen House
  • Respect Life Apostolate
  • St. Vincent DePaul Society
  • Funeral Meals
  • Blood Drives
  • St. Patrick's Casseroles

Opportunities for Fellowship

  • Men of St. Norbert
  • Knights of Columbus
  • K of C Ladies Auxiliary
  • 50 Plus Club
  • Coffee and Donuts after Mass

Opportunities to Sing or Strum

  • Adult Choir
  • Music Group

Opportunities for Study

  • Adult Faith Development Seminars
  • Bible Study
  • Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults

Opportunities for Youth

  • Fully Accredited Grade School K - 8
  • Early Childhood Learning Center Pre-K
  • Parish School of Religion
  • Fusion High School Students
  • Edge 6th to 8th grades
  • Athletic Leagues
  • Boy Scout Troops
  • Girl Scout Troops

Celebrate With Us

St. Norbert Parish as a part of God's Holy people, is united through our belief in Jesus Christ.

Celebrate With Us

Learn With Us

St. Norbert School opened in August 1988. This year, 2018, marks 30 years of history.

Learn With Us

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Join Us At St. Norbert

Sunday Obligation

Saturday: 5:00pm
Sunday: 8:30 am & 11:00 am

Daily Mass

Tue, Thu: 6:30 am
Mon, Wed, Fri: 8:00 am

Communion Services

Mon, Wed, Fri: 6:30 am
Tue, Thu: 8:00 am

Reconciliation

Saturday: 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

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