Knights of Columbus Council
Knights of Columbus Council 5967 is a Catholic fraternal organization for men that emphasizes church, community, council, family, and youth activities. Founded on the principles of charity, unity, fraternity, and patriotism, men who are 18 years or older are welcome. KC’s sponsor Sunday breakfasts, Lenten fish fry dinners and other activities to fund their charitable donations to parish ministries and other community causes. The pastor serves as the chaplain and gives spiritual direction to the council. If you are Brother Knight the meetings are the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month. More Info >
Ladies Auxiliary of the Knights of Columbus members are any ladies over 18 years of age, Catholic or non-Catholic, whose husband, father, or son is a member in good standing of a Knights of Columbus Council or any widow or daughter of a deceased member. The group encourages its members to enrich their spiritual life, promotes a spirit of friendship, and sponsors its own charitable projects and contributions to the parish. Meetings are held monthly in the evening.
St. Louis Women’s Club is an organization for all parish women, hosting five socials and programs of interest to women each year. The club’s service committees include the Altar Guild, Baptismal Mementos, Chrismon Committee, St. Michael’s Thrift Shoppe volunteers, and representatives to the Diocesan Council of Catholic Women. Additional standing committees assist the club in communications, hospitality, reception rentals, and other projects. All club projects are funded through the generous donations of its active membership, solicited annually each summer. More Info >
Scouting Programs provide a fun and safe environment to teach skills and reinforce values while raising awareness to the world around us. These programs are sponsored by St. Louis School and Parish. Religious scout awards are awarded annually during weekend Masses.
512-454-0384 ext. 204
Naomi’s Circle is a support group for parish ladies who have lost their husbands through death. They meet on the third Tuesday of each month at the church or various other locations for an evening of food, fellowship, games, or various projects.
Prayer Blanket Ministry
Prayer Blanket Ministry meets on the third Monday monthly, in members’ homes, to sew special blankets that are then blessed and sold through the parish. Proceeds benefit parish projects. These blankets make great gifts for those who are sick and dying or for loved ones celebrating special occasions. Newcomers with sewing talents are welcome!