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A glass of water

Doers of the Word                     Sunday, August 1A glass of water A crowd is being fed by Jesus, and continue looking for him.  For what reason?  He startles them with a catch phrase, “seek rather the food that endures.” A woman spoke quietly of the death of her father.  He had been a proud man, she said, … Continue reading A glass of water

Help Wanted!

Our parish feast day is quickly approaching.  We need your help, especially with set-up and clean-up for the picnic.  Many hands make light work so, please sign up to volunteer by contacting the office or filling out the sheet in the gathering area if you can assist for an hour.  The parish is providing the … Continue reading Help Wanted!

Catholic Home Missions Appeal – This weekend!

Support the Catholic Home Missions Appeal! Right now, more than 40 percent of dioceses in the United States and its territories are considered mission territory because they are unable to fund essential pastoral activities needed in their communities. Your support funds religious education, seminary formation, lay ministry training, and other programs that build vibrant faith … Continue reading Catholic Home Missions Appeal – This weekend!

My friend, “Mr. Dartmouth”

Doers of the Word                            July 25, 2021                  My friend, “Mr. Dartmouth” He was a builder.  He built platform tennis courts, an octagon house, athletic teams, a family, friendships.  His biggest and enduring “construction” was a relationship with Jesus Christ which became a daily encounter early in life and took him into the next. Mr. Dartmouth reminded me … Continue reading My friend, “Mr. Dartmouth”