2022 has been a year of graces and blessings. We are thankful to all who made this year fruitful.


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An important theme of 2022 was independence.

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Look through featured stories from 2022, page-by-page.

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Fr. Enzo’s Letter

Fr. Enzo acknowledges impactful people from 2022.

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Look at where the Center has been since the 1960s!

Recent History

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Look at where the Center has recently been!

Day Program

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Hailey Moran brings new opportunities to the Day Program.

two men with disabilities get slushies with a female staff member


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Rick, Carlie, and Laura provide fun at home and beyond.

Randy Seitz

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Randy goes above and beyond to serve the residents.

A resident and staff member out on the dance floor.

Randy and Matthias

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Look at those smiling faces! Randy brings joy to SLC!

An Integrated Neighborhood

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Guanella Village provides homes to people of all abilities.

Independence College

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What have last years graduates been up to in 2022?

Fr. Joseph Rinaldo outstanding in his field

Fr. Joseph Rinaldo

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Fr. Joe’s legacy lives in – he is spending his retirement in Italy.

By the Numbers

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Take a look at 2022 financials and resident demographics.

Residents and Staff

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Residents and staff enjoy being part of the Chelsea parade.

Community Connection

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The Center had many opportunities to get connected in Chelsea.

Randazzo Family

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The Randazzos put on a yearly Men’s Social Fundraiser for SLC.


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Alhambra make it possible for residents to enjoy summer camp.


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Volunteers make fun events possible for the Center!

Volunteers and Events

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Volunteers make fun events possible for Center!

Fr. Amal

Fr. Amal

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Fr. Amal provides a sense of community to the residents.

Ways to Support

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There are many ways to show your support to the Center!

Knights of Columbus

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The Knights have been steady supporters since the beginning!

Thomas Shumacher

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Thomas, resident of SLC, passed in 2022. Home at last.

Community Advisory Council

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These are all the people who help the Center make decisions!


Read St. Louis Center 2022 Annual Report

If this article or any of the stories of inspiration shared in St. Louis Center’s Annual Report move you, please consider a donation of any amount in support of the Center’s Benevolent Care fund.

St. Louis Center is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization
Federal Tax ID: 38-6038121.

77% of donations received go to the care of the Center’s residents.

According to the 2022 audit, St. Louis Center administrative and overhead expenses were only 23%, in line with well-managed nonprofit best practices. You can be confident that your donation to the Center is going to good use.