Mass Mob

Feb 1, 2017

What is a Mass Mob? Mass mobs have attracted different groups of people: the proud parishioners eager to show off their parish, Catholics who return to a childhood parish to relive the memories, and a group described as "mobsters," people who have no personal attachment to a church but attend nearly every Mass mob. What's made it a success here and in other parts of the country is that "we're not asking people to come and take a tour and take pictures," said Byrd. "For Catholics, it's a chance to celebrate our faith together in one of these glorious, historic churches ... and it captures people's imaginations." St. Louis Review Come and see our beautiful church and celebrate Mass with our parishioners July 9th at 10:00am. The Mass Mob has become a popular event in the Archdiocese of St. Louis, and reminds the community of the city's many historic and beautiful churches. People of every faith are welcome to attend and worship together in unity. Light refreshments





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