Mission Statement

St. Gianna Athletic Association is a ministry committed to facilitating athletic activities within the Church.
They communicate with families on all activities available.

2020 Volunteer Requirements

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The Prevent and Protect Registration Form is available here for download.  All Volunteers must complete and submit a new form in 2020, by December 31, 2020, in order to get a current background screening.  

In addition, if you have previously completed the Protecting God's Children Workshop, view two online training modules, and agree to the Code of Ethical Conduct, as shown on the registration form.

*If you have previously attended a PGC workshop, the system will find and/or ask you to confirm your previous record of attendance. You will not be prompted to register for an upcoming workshop. If, for some reason, it does not match your previous training to this account and you are prompted to register for a class, please register for “PREVIOUSLY ATTENDED-DATE NOT LISTED” and send an email to the address below. We will apply the correct training record to your account.

You may use the links in your approval checklist to access
these requirements. These steps may be completed all at
once or may be completed separately at your convenience.
You will receive an automated email weekly to remind you
which requirements are outstanding. When all compliance
requirements have been completed, your account will be
approved and you will be clear to work with minors and
vulnerable adults.

Should you need any assistance, please contact

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Anyone who works with or volunteers with children must be compliant with the Safe Environment Program per the USCCB (United States Conference of Catholic Bishops.)  Compliance within the Archdiocese of St. Louis includes having the Protecting God's Children Workshop, a signed Code of Ethical Conduct, and a current background check.  This workshop is run every even year in our Archdiocese.

Victims of sexual abuse, in addition to contacting civil authorities, are asked to come forward in order to receive pastoral assistance.  Reports of abuse may be made to any Pastor or to:

Sandra Price, Executive Director
Office of Child and Youth Protection

Missouri Department of Social Services,
Children's Division
Child Abuse and Neglect Hotline

Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services
Adult Abuse & Neglect Hotline


In addition the St. Louis Archdiocesan website is