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Parent Network

Parent Network of Catholic High Schools

The Parent Network of Catholic High Schools (PNCHS), founded in 1990, is an association of members from archdiocesan and independent Catholic high schools in the St. Louis area.  It is dedicated to helping parents with the challenges of raising Catholic teens in today’s world. Representatives from the schools meet monthly as the Parent Network Board to share ideas and strategies for better parenting. The Board plans events and prints material to support parents in their effort to deal with teen issues. In addition some have their own smaller Parent Network associations.

For information about the Parent Network of Catholic High Schools, please visit their web site, www.ParentNetworkStL.org.

If you have any questions, please contact SJA Parent Representative Julie Beckerjeck, Theresa Karutz, or Peter Karutz.

Parent Network Flyer (pdf, 109.98KB) 

2013-2014 Speaker Series:

The Hook Up Generation:
Sexual Recreation vs. Sexual Re-creation: Finding Healing and Living with Grace in a Pornified Culture A Conversation With Author Dawn Eden

Followed by Mass

Date/ Time: Sunday, November 10, 2013 at 2:00 PM
Registration 1:30- light food served followed by mass after the presentation
Location: SLU High School
Guest Speaker: An Interview with Dawn Eden, author of Thrill of the Chaste and
My Peace I Give You: Healing Sexual Wounds with the Help of the Saints

Celebrant: Father Augustine Wetta O.S.B.

6th Annual Mass and Blessing of Parents and Teenagers

Date/ Time: Saturday, January 11, 2014 at 5:00 PM
Location: Villa Duchesne Oak Hill School
Celebrant: Father Eric Olsen

“How Parents Can Foster Meaningful Relationships Through Building
Virtue in Our Catholic Teens.”

Date/ Time: Thursday, February 27, 2014 – 7:00 P.M.
Location: Cor Jesu Academy
Guest Speaker: Lynne Lang Director of School Climate – Archdiocese of St. Louis

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