Joy to the World: A Christmas Concert

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Thank You

to our performers, organizers, sponsors, and all who have made gifts to support our mission!

Missed the Livestream?

Enjoy the recording version above through December 31, 2021 or on Catholic Charities of St. Louis’ YouTube channel.

A recording will also air on KSDK Channel 5, Wednesday, December 8 and on Christmas Day. Check your local TV listings for times.

You Can Still Donate.

Online giving will be available here until December 31, 2021.
Online gifts can always be made at or by mail:
Catholic Charities of St. Louis, PO Box 952393, St. Louis MO 63195-2393.
Questions about donating? Contact Amanda at or 314.256.5907.

Performers include

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Viz Logo
Cathedral Concerts logo
St. Louis University High logo

Who is Catholic Charities?

Whether you enjoy the performances live or recorded, please consider making a donation to support the work of Catholic Charities of St. Louis! Inspired by Jesus Christ, Catholic Charities of St. Louis and its family of eight agencies serve people in need, work to improve social conditions, and unite with others in this mission.

Our Impact

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Lives impacted

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Meals served

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Children helped

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Seniors helped

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Veterans helped

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People received job prep, search, or training assistance

Help care for our brothers and sisters in need.

The above reflect the last calendar-year impact figures available, 2020.

Our agencies are

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Good Shepherd family services logoMarygrove logoQueen of peace logoSaint Louis Counseling logoSaint Martha's Hall logoSaint Francis Community Services logoSaint Patrick Center logo

Hear from Our Clients

Pathways to Progress

After the devastating loss of two family members, Bridget quit her job and moved. This led to what she calls “four years of turmoil, instability and homelessness.” Exhausted, Bridget entered Pathways to Progress, a Catholic Charities-St. Francis Community Services program that helps families break free from poverty.  Bridget then suffered the loss of her partner, murdered just as he, too, was putting his life in order. This time, her Pathways family was there for her in her grief. Bridget now works as a phlebotomist. She and her children have lived in the same house for six years, and she continues setting personal goals. "Keep pushing ahead on this pathway. As long as you do that, you will continue to progress."

Queen of Peace Center

Rebecca came to Queen of Peace Center homeless, pregnant, and seeking recovery from substance use disorder. There she received family-centered treatment and long-term support. “To say I was a broken human being is an understatement,” said Rebecca. “But thanks to this program, I was able to keep custody of my son, find purpose in my life again, and connect with other women who struggled the way I had.” Liam is now a healthy 3 year old. Rebecca started her own business and, most importantly, has healthy relationships with God and her family members.

Saint Louis Counseling

When trauma, hospitalization, school issues, and struggles with guardians torment a teenager, finding a path to healing can feel elusive, if not impossible. That is no longer the case for Ryan. After seeing a Saint Louis Counseling therapist for about two years, he has re-established family relationships, made a friend, manages his symptoms and enjoys counseling. His teachers say he is a hard worker. Ryan’s story reminds us that the journey toward healing often begins by reaching out for help. Saint Louis Counseling responds with hope, regardless of a client’s ability to pay.