Fourth Sunday of Lent

March 14, 2021 Today we celebrate the Fourth Sunday of Lent. Our first reading from Second Chronicles is part of Israel’s Salvation history. We hear, “and the people added infidelity to infidelity.” They were a fickle people. How did God respond? He had compassion on His people and “early and...

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Garden Clean Up

Saturday, March 20 @ 9:30am We will have a Spring garden clean up on Saturday, March 20 at 9:30am.  Please bring your own tools and pray for good weather!!  We appreciate any and all help you can offer to beautify our church grounds.  

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Permanent Diaconate Information Night

Do you feel called to do something special for you Church?  If so a vocation to the Permanent Diaconate might be something that you are being called to.  The Office of the Permanent Diaconate is asking that interested men attend one of the Information Nights to begin exploring a vocation...

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Third Sunday of Lent

March 4, 2021 Today we celebrate the Third Sunday of Lent. We don’t often think of Jesus getting angry. We picture Him as always serene, perhaps smiling, and saying nice things. In today’s Gospel Jesus reaches Jerusalem and enters the temple where He encounters the money changers. In the Temple,...

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Lenten Retreat

Following Jesus in Freedom and Love is a retreat offered by Fr. James Mason, President-Rector at Kenrick Glennon Seminary.  This Lenten study is designed to help form individuals and parishes in this understanding of one’s identity and mission. The virtual platform of this retreat allows the faithful to participate at...

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Second Sunday of Lent

February 28, 2021 Today we celebrate the Second Sunday of Lent. Each year on this Second Sunday of our Lenten journey we hear the story of the Transfiguration. Here the chosen three, Peter, James and John are given a “glimpse of glory.” Jesus is seen in all His glory and...

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First Sunday of Lent

February 21, 2021 Today we celebrate the First Sunday of Lent. With the ashes barely gone, we hear once again the call of this season, “Repent, and believe in the Gospel.” We go with Jesus into the desert of our hearts to see the areas of temptation that the devil...

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Catholic Radio

By now, you probably have packed up all your Christmas decorations and stored them for next year.  We hope you haven’t put your Faith on the shelf.  Faith is part of your daily life and, in this secular world, it is vital to have encouragement for the journey.  Let Covenant...

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SVDP Meal-A-Month

Don’t Forget to pick up a yellow Meal-A-Month donation bag at the entrances of church after all Masses on the SECOND Sunday of the month. Please return your filled bag on the third Sunday of the month. Suggested items this month are: Canned Stews, Chili, & Beef Soups, Oatmeal, Instant...

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