Browsing the October 2020 archive of Parish Updates

Oct. 31st & Nov. 1st weekend

Posted by Betsy Glasenapp on 10/30/20

Click on images for Oct. 31st & Nov. 1st Info   Food Sunday and Social Concerns Challenge

THANK YOU for your continued support of our ministry during this Pandemic.

There will be two Food Collections in the month of November.

This weekend is the first Sunday of the month ... Read More »

Explainer on Pope Francis' Words

Posted by Betsy Glasenapp on 10/25/20

Fr. Eamon found this article very helpful regarding Pope Francis' comments about Civil Unions for same sex couples.  Explainer: What Pope Francis actually said about civil unions—and why it matters Link to article on America Magazine.orgPDF of article

Oct. 24th & 25th

Posted by Betsy Glasenapp on 10/23/20

Click on images for Oct. 24th & 25th Info   Some Words of Wisdom from a 107 year old Irish Woman during this time of Pandemic As she turns 107 years young, Granny Nancy has some words of wisdom and comfort for us all."I write to you today to send ... Read More »

Oct. 17th & 18th

Posted by Betsy Glasenapp on 10/16/20

Click on images for Oct. 17th & 18th Info Today’s Gospel raises the age-old issue of the relationship between Church and State. Many people, perhaps including yourself, believe strongly that Church should stay out of politics. Others believe equally strongly that the Church should speak truth to political power just as ... Read More »

Oct. 10th & 11th

Posted by Betsy Glasenapp on 10/09/20

Click on images for Oct. 10th & 11th Info Pastor's Column this week This week's Pastor's Column is packed with information such as... Prayer for healing the family tree The Lord of the vineyard expects us to bear good fruit Baby Love: forget the stages; be present to parenting Beatification ... Read More »

Oct. 3rd & 4th

Posted by Betsy Glasenapp on 10/02/20

Click on images for Oct. 3rd & 4th Info Click here read this week's Pastor's Column which includes pieces on: 'Respect Life’ Sunday October is Domestic Violence Month Upcoming Election Leaves Catholics Divided Gospel Talk with Your Family

You still have time to prepare for this weekend's Gospel reading with your ... Read More »