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Welcome to Incarnate Word Parish!

Endowed with the gifts of the Holy Spirit, we the members of the Incarnate Word faith community dedicate ourselves in a spirit of mutual respect to live & proclaim the Gospel message of Jesus Christ. We are called to do this by reaching in to our parish family & reaching out to the universal Church and to the global community, by ministering to their spiritual, educational, social & material needs. We will do this by using our God-given gifts of time, talents, & treasures in an environment of collaborative ministry, in full harmony with the teachings & traditions of our Catholic faith.

Join Us at Incarnate Word

Weekday Masses: Monday-Friday 7am & 8am; Saturday 8am
Sunday Masses: Saturday 5pm; Sunday 7:15am, 8:45am, 10:30am, 12:15pm; LifeTeen 6pm
Reconciliation: Saturday 3:30-4:30pm; Wednesday 7-8pm (except 1st Wednesday of month) or by appointment

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News & Announcements

Catholic Schools Week 2015

We celebrate Catholic Schools Week across the nation January 25-January 30. This year’s theme is “Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service”. It is a time when we celebrate the blessings and benefits of Catholic Schools. We are very proud of the teachers and students at Incarnate Word School and we never forget that their success is also the result of the support of our entire parish community. We encourage you to visit the school on Thursday, January 29 from 8:45am-11:30am or 1:15pm-2:45pm during Open House for a personal tour to see Catholic education in action. New family registration begins on January 29.

Trusting in the Slow Work of God

A morning of reflection and prayer led by Spiritual Director and Writer Steve Givens on Saturday, January 24, 2015 following 8:00am Mass in the lower church hall.

Trusting in the Slow Work of God

Shoeman Water Project

The Incarnate Word Student Council is hosting the Shoeman Project, a shoe drive. This project collects your gently used shoes and sends them to poor countries to help raise money for water systems. Please start amassing your gently used shoes, and tie or rubber band them together. Drop off boxes will be located in the vestibule of the church from Sunday, February 1st - Sunday, February 17th.

Photo Directory

2015 will be a milestone year for Incarnate Word Parish. We will celebrate our 50th anniversary! We will be producing a new anniversary pictorial directory of parishioners.  PLEASE be a part of that by having your picture taken for the directory.

There is no cost to our church to produce this directory, and each participating family will receive a complimentary 8x10 portrait and free directory and have the opportunity to purchase additional portraits to share with family & friends. Sign-ups for the photography sessions will be after weekend Masses or on-line during the week by clicking on the icon below. Please note on-line sign-ups are suspended on the weekends as the sign-up sheets will be only available in the church vestibule on weekends.


February 26, 27, 28

March 18, 19, 20, 21

Times:  Weekdays:   2:00pm – 9:00pm                    Saturdays:  10:00am – 4:30pm

We are in need of volunteers to help with hostess duties on the day of photography. If you can spare a couple of hours on a picture day, please contact Mary Reichenbach at 576-5366 ext. 48 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Peter & Paul Meals Program

Our group of volunteers provide a meal for up to 200 clients at Peter & Paul in the Soulard neighborhood.

On the 20th of each month, Incarnate Word volunteers prepare, transport and serve a meal to the homeless clients of Peter & Paul Community Services, an ecumenical human service agency committed to providing transitional housing and supportive services to the homeless, especially those experiencing mental illness, HIV/AIDS or drug or alcohol addiction. Our group of volunteers provide a meal for up to 200 clients at Peter & Paul in the Soulard neighborhood. Volunteers are Needed!  Click here for sign-ups