A Letter from Our Pastor

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Dear Friends of St. Louis,

Welcome to St. Louis, and to our website.  As a graduate of St. Louis Catholic School (’84), I take immense pride in being the pastor of such a great school.  This year we celebrate our 60th year of forming children in wisdom and holiness; a mission handed down through four bishops and five pastors over those sixty years.

This year also marks an exciting new beginning for St. Louis School with the addition of Mrs. Cindy Gee M.Ed. as our Principal.  Mrs. Gee comes to us with a wealth of experience, herself a product of Catholic education, attending St. Margaret Mary parochial school and St. Gerard High School and graduating from St. Mary’s University, all in San Antonio, Texas.  She has a Master’s Degree in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Texas at San Antonio and has worked in the field of education her whole career as a teacher, Principal, and Assistant Superintendent in the Pflugerville School District. With Mrs. Gee’s leadership and expertise, the future is very bright for St. Louis School.

Catholic theology finds its grounds in the dignity of the human person. The mission of Catholic education is no different. St. Louis School exists for the express purpose of honoring and developing the dignity of each child through spiritual and intellectual formation through mathematics, science, literature, history, the arts, and theology.  Part of God’s plan is that every person, no matter his or her socio-economic status, ethnicity, or gender, be given the chance to flourish. We at St. Louis join God in that sacred work. Thank you for your continued support of Catholic education and, in particular, St. Louis Catholic School.






Fr. James A. Misko, Pastor