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Dcn Al leaves today. Pray for him while he's on retreat, visiting home, finishing classes. He'll be back to us in December.
Did you know there's seating in the Tabernacle area in Church? Spend time with our Lord via hall left of sanctuary. pic.twitter.com/Zb5ahiLCe8
We pray for officers, Goodell & Santiago, who lost their lives this week in the line of duty and their families.
Grace In Death - saintaloysiusonline.org/blog/…
I posted 5 photos on Facebook in the album "Flowing Waters of Hope--Change-A-Life Uganda" fb.me/3DnZjgK03
A little afternoon silliness... fb.me/3BJeB3CcY
I posted 5 photos on Facebook in the album "The Way of the Cross from America to Africa" fb.me/6vTcG5imI
"When Israel was a child I loved him, out of Egypt I called my son...Yet it was I who taught Ephraim to walk, who... fb.me/6vHP5l6Sc
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Monthly Archives: April 2012
My Dear Parish Family, Today the church invites us to pray for vocations and I would encourage us all to consider starting with a prayer about your own religious vocation. Have you considered religious life, holy orders, or lay ministry? … Continue reading
Thank God for DVR’s. I have been catching up on all my TV shows that I missed while on vacation—last night was a Thundercats marathon for me (if three episodes can count as a marathon). That show is awesome. The … Continue reading
My Dear Parish Family, For those among us who only “go green” on Saint Patrick’s Day, note that today is Earth Day – a day when people around the world plead their case for Mother Earth. Many, though, remain skeptical … Continue reading
Once in a while I hear or see something that is so wrong that it makes me re-think the way I live. One of those situations occurred this past Saturday night. My family and I were on vacation in the … Continue reading