Wide is the gate and broad is the way that leads to destruction and many there are that enter therein;

 

Narrow is the gate and hard is the way that leads to Salvation, and few there are that find it..

 

We invite you to walk that narrow way with us; sharing fellowship, bearing each other’s burdens and rejoicing in the risen Lord Jesus!

About Us

We are an Ecumenical Ministry of the Catholic Church [Brazilian Rite].

Our unique mission is to provide a safe haven for sinners and seekers; a place where they can find answers, succor, healing and the life-giving love of Christ Jesus.

We feed the hungry, clothe the naked, counsel the doubtful and comfort the sorrowful; we pray for ourselves, our loved ones and all that the Lord may lead to our acquaintance.

We feel especially called to minister to those who may be tired of the church as ‘institution’ and who are seeking a smaller, loving family of faithful believers with whom they can share a caring, Christ-centered fellowship.

We understand the pain and humiliation involved in divorce, and we do not judge. We accept people where they are and offer the saving balm of Christ’s love to all persons, regardless of their station in life.

We’re not interested in your past; We’re interested in your future. Jesus Christ said, ‘I am the way, the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father but by me.’ He also said, ‘Lo, I am with you always, even unto the end of the age.’ In these words we find great comfort and solace. He assures us that he has the power to meet all of our needs and the dedication to never leave us. With these words we need never be alone, frightened or overwhelmed by the changes and chances of this mortal life. He is God, and he is always with us.

In this love, this faith and this fellowship, we invite you to come and see!

To contact us:

Christ the King Ministries and Mission Catholic Church

(Celebrating Brazilian-Catholic-Tradition)

Serving Christ in others

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Christ the King Ministries

and Mission Catholic Church

Phone: 636-465-1423

Fax: 866-472-0703
E-mail:
FrPaul@CTKM.org

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