Bishop Rivituso presents a plan for our Lenten journey: to encounter, to follow, and to become like the Lord.
“Caritas Christi urget nos”
About Bishop Rivituso
Bishop Mark S. Rivituso was ordained Auxiliary Bishop of St. Louis by Archbishop Robert Carlson in May 2017. Born and raised in St. Louis, Bishop Rivituso attended St. Mary’s High School and Kenrick-Glennon Seminary, and was then ordained a priest in 1988. He earned a master’s degree and licentiate in canon law from St. Paul University in Ottawa, Canada, and Pope Benedict XVI named him a monsignor in 2005. While assisting Archbishop Carlson in ministering to the people of St. Louis, Bishop Rivituso oversees the ministries of Consecrated Life, Laity and Family Life, Office of Worship and the Permanent Diaconate. He also serves on the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Committee on the Protection of Children and Young People.