Everyone is Welcome

As followers of Jesus, we strive to welcome ALL people to His table. 

We are a diverse community that honors everyone as a Child of God, no matter the ethnicity, race, color, orientation,  or gender identity. Our doors are open, our hearts are wide, and our hands are outstretched.


Our Liturgy    Mass Schedule    Social Justice    Questions / Answers

Our Mission

Our mission at St. Cronan Catholic Church is to be a welcoming, inclusive faith Community whose members are called to worship together and to participate in building the Living Church.  As followers of Jesus Christ, this community recognizes the value of ministering to each other, of fostering our own spiritual growth, of encouraging a commitment to social justice and sharing, in faith, our gifts with the wider neighborhood and world community.


As a community, we celebrate Christ as the Head of our Living Body.   We believe that our services celebrate the communion of all, within and outside the physical church.  Everyone brings something to the table, and we honor all. 


What to Expect at Liturgies
  • Expect to be welcomed and included.
  • Expect to participate – sing and pray with us.
  • Expect that your children will be welcomed and included, even when they cry, clap and run.
  • Expect that you can come as you are – We will wear what’s comfortable for us and you do the same. 

St. Cronan has a long history. If you want to learn more about it, please click here.

Mass Schedule

  • Saturday Vigil: 5 pm
  • Sunday Mass: 8 am and 10 am
    with coffee and donuts following the mass
  • Wednesday Mass: 8 am
  • Sacrament of Reconciliation:  By appointment. Please call the office to schedule.

Prayer Services

Various prayer services are provided throughout the year. Please see the calendar regarding upcoming events.



Please contact Diane Gozdzialski diane@stcronan.org

Social Justice

We believe in the rights of all and the dignity of the human person. With our Social Justice committee, we work with several social justice groups in the community to fight for ending racial injustice, enhance LGBTQ+ inclusion, and address immigration issues.


We work closely with MCU (mcustlouis.org), IFCLA ( stl-ifcla.org ), St. Margaret of Scotland, ( www.stmargaretstl.org/parish/get-involved/ministry/living-justice-committee ), Coalition for Racial Justice, and the Peace and Justice Commission of the Archdiocese of St. Louis ( www.archstl.org/peace-and-justice-commission ) to work towards a society in which all voices are heard and valued.


Outside all of these specific ministries and organizations, many people join local efforts that work toward building an equitable community for all. Are there other groups or organizations you think we should check out? Let us know!”

Frequently Asked Questions

Thank you for visiting our website. Please enjoy your time here, click around to learn more about our ministries and what we believe, read through the Frequently Asked Questions below, and call us if you have any questions.

How do I become a member?

If you are new to our church or have been attending for a while and are considering becoming part of our family, we are delighted to welcome you!


Registering is easy! Contact the church office by phone 314-289-9384 or email and we can send you a registration form.  Registration forms can also be downloaded HERE.


How do I schedule my child’s baptism?

I would like to have my child baptized at St. Cronan. What do I need to do?


Please contact the church office (314-289-9384) to schedule sacraments.


How do I register my child for religious education?

Please contact Diane by email in the church office for information on religious education or 314-289-9384.



How do I report victim abuse?

  • Please click HERE for information from the Archdiocese of St. Louis.
  • Sandra Price, Executive Director Office of Child & Youth Protection: 314-792-7271, sandraprice@archstl.org
  • Missouri Department of Social Services, Children’s Division Child Abuse and Neglect Hotline: 1-800-392-3738
  • Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services Adult Abuse and Neglect Hotline: 1-800-392-0210


How do I get married at St. Cronan?

Please contact the church office (314-289-9384) to schedule sacraments.


How do I schedule a funeral at St. Cronan?

Please contact the church office (314-289-9384).


Have Questions? Let us help!

On Sunday mornings we are always on hand to talk with you and answer any questions you might have.

You may also contact the church office at 314-289-9384 or fill out the form below. We look forward to getting to know you!

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