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defend Weelaunee forest roundtable postponed!!!



Oh no!

We had a miscommunication and there’s been a subsequent double booking of the venue for Sunday's roundtable!

We're postponing this weekend's get-together and instead meeting on October 29th at 5:30 for our potluck and round table discussion about the resistance to the destruction of Weelaunee forest for that multi-million dollar “Cop City” project. Chrissy, Lindsey, and Theo will be joining other midwest Catholic Workers to travel to Atlanta in mid-November to take part in a weekend of actions organized by . We’ll still gather at Stomp the World (6815 Gravois Ave. 63113) for a short presentation and dinner/hang out/discussion time.

Don't forget to save the dates for our other upcoming events:

12 noon on Saturday Nov. 4th @ Tower Grove Park Lily Pond shelter -

Liturgy to pray for the protection of Oak Flat

Sunday Nov. 19th exact evening time and location in the Normandy, MO area TBD -

Discussion of the new Papal document on the climate crisis, Laudate Deum. Send us an email and let us know you’re coming!

Thanks for being our friends and helping to build community in St. Louis. See you soon!

The St. Louis CW folks


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