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Emmaus Days Carpool

With how important the Emmaus days and the Eucharistic Procession is across the Diocese and the Country, we want to make sure that everyone will be able to make it to witness such a momentous occasion. That is where we reach out to all of you. We want to establish a carpool for both days; Sunday, July 7th & Monday, July 8th. This carpool is important, because those that are unable to normally make it because of a lack of mobility are able to do so to witness the Eucharist. If you are interested in driving parishioners over to the Emmaus Days on one or both days, please contact Diane Klostermann at 618-910-9266. Pass the word along to those who may need a ride to contact Diane Klostermann at 618-910-9266, or contact the Parish office at 618-526-7746 to arrange a ride to the Emmaus Days.

Congrats on Retirement Father Pat!


Welcome Reverend James Nall

Father Pat’s Farewell Socials will occur after both masses, the weekend of June 29th & June 30th.


Welcome from Fr. Pat

Welcome to St. Dominic Parish and thanks for taking the time to join us. To learn more about St. Dominic Parish and the multiple spiritual growth opportunities in our parish and partnering parish communities, we invite you to attend one of our daily or weekend Masses, or you could stop by the parish office for a visit with our staff or browse through our website. By doing one or all of these you will discover the many reasons why St. Dominic is a great place to be!

You can also check us out on Facebook.

If you decide you would like to become a member of St. Dominic Parish, please click the link below and complete the google form  or contact the office for a paper registration.

God Bless,
Fr. Pat Peter, Pastor of St. Dominic Parish

Weekday Mass

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, & Friday – 8:00am

Weekend Mass

Saturday Mass – 5:30pm
Sunday Mass – 11:00am

Parish Partners

St. Augustine – Breese – Saturday Mass – 4:00pm
St. Augustine – Breese – Sunday Mass – 8:00am
St. Anthony – Beckemeyer – 9:30am

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Faith Based Education

All Saints Academy Catholic School is a Pre-kindergarten through eighth-grade school within the Diocese of Belleville. Located on two campuses on the grounds of Saint Dominic Church and Saint Augustine Church. The Saint Augustine campus houses pre-kindergarten through first grades, while the Saint Dominic Campus houses second through eighth grades. Although we are on two campuses, we work together to form one All Saints Academy Catholic School community.

All Saints Academy Catholic School is the place where learning and faith go hand-in-hand. We work diligently to create a welcoming culture of support and academic excellence by providing students and their families with an education that fits them, all while keeping our Catholic faith at the forefront.

All Saints Academy Catholic School is committed to being one of the best schools in Clinton County and the Diocese of Belleville. The students and their families, faculty, and staff live the mission of the Gospels daily. As a school family, we provide our students with an education rooted in our Catholic faith, a solid academic foundation, all while instilling the love of learning.

Our Mission Statement

All Saints Academy provides a Catholic and quality academic education to families of St. Augustine, St. Anthony, St. Dominic Parishes, to families of neighboring parishes, and to others who desire such an education.

The spiritual, mental, physical, and social development of each child is the core of All Saints Academy. The school encourages students to gain a deeper understanding of church tenets, Christian and family attitudes, and their relationship with God, nature, and all humanity.

Contact Information

Phone: (618) 526-4323
All Saints Academy & Office: 295 N. Clinton St., Breese, IL 62230
All Saints Primary Center: 260 S. Main St., Breese, IL 62230

At Mater Dei, we are committed to providing our families with the best possible secondary education for their children and do not take for granted the support and trust our families place in us. We are truly honored to serve our students and families and hope to continue this tradition for your family as well!


For the benefit of our students, we ensure that our environment continually focuses on “family.”

Faith Our students not only learn their faith, but also live and share their faith through their experiences with service, liturgies, and retreats.

Atmosphere Our programs and our policies ensure the fulfillment of our Mission to nurture the spiritual, moral, intellectual, emotional, and social growth of young men and women in a caring environment that is respectful of individual differences.

Mentoring Our knowledgeable and dedicated faculty offer academic, personal, and spiritual guidance with the assistance of our counselor, campus minister, class advisors, freshman mentors, director of college placement, and PlusPortals (our online link between school and home).

Instruction Our extensive, multi-level curriculum fully prepares all our students, including those needing academic accommodations, for continued academic success, as is exemplified by our ACT scores, number of Illinois State Scholars, and percentage of students who pursue higher education after graduation.

Leisure Our numerous and varied extracurricular activities and athletics allow our students to discover, to share, and to further develop their many talents and gifts.

You Our exceptional commitment to serving our students and our parents results in our students’ ability to achieve their highest potential.


For additional information, please contact Mrs. Maria Zurliene, Director of Enrollment.

Mrs. Maria Zurliene
Director of Enrollment
Phone: 618-526-7216, ext 105

This religious education program will be experienced using a systemized approach over an eight-year period. The students will be prepared for the sacraments of Reconciliation, Eucharist, and Confirmation, for the involvement in parish ministry.

Classes meet every Wednesday, beginning at 6:30pm. Students are expected to be in their classroom at this time for attendance and prayer. Doors open at 6:15pm. Students are to remain in the center hallway until their teacher is present. Classes dismiss at 7:45pm. We ask that parents or an older sibling accompany first and second grade students from their classrooms at the end of the evening.

Mission Statement

St. Dominic, St. Augustine & St. Anthony’s Parish Religion Program was developed to assist parents in providing a Catholic faith foundation for the children of the parishes who attend the public school. Their faith journey will be patterned on the life of Jesus Christ and on Catholic values including worship/prayer, service, morality/social justice, and our Church’s history from the New and Old Testaments.

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