Doers of the Word. Sunday, August 9 The year was 2005. Journalists from the “Boston Globe” had been investigating the scandal for a few years. The film industry got a hold of the investigation and made a movie,” Spotlight. The scarlet letter was branded on the Catholic Church and the rooster is still crowing. Pastors … Continue reading The rooster that always crows!
** ** Hi everyone! Getting our livestream up and running has been a challenge. There <is> audio associated with the video of the Memorial Mass, but you have to crank the volume settings on your device waaaay up in order to be able to hear it. We will see if there is anything more we … Continue reading Memorial Mass: Father Beavers
Join Our Lady of the Mountains as we return for our next build day at the Grove!
Today, over 40% of dioceses in the United States are considered mission territories because they are unable to fund the essential pastoral work their communities need. Your support of this appeal helps ease the struggle of these dioceses.
The Wyoming Catholic Ministries Foundation announced new officers and an addition of a new member to the board of directors, following elections on July 22.
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Doers of the Word. The Transfiguration story is about remembering the good times when the bad times come upon us. Peter, James and John wanted to stay on the mountain and freeze the moment and remember and sing, “Those were the days my friend we thought they’d never end.” Feeding the crowds, having breakfast by … Continue reading Those were the days!
“What I have is Jesus in my heart. And this Jesus is what I will share with you. May the personality of Jesus be stronger than ours so that we can all rise up and walk together in His name.”
Doers of the Word Tuesday, August 4 The Potato Priest John Vianney desired nothing else but to be a priest. His humble background and lack of education made it unlikely that he could ever realize such a vocation. Nevertheless, with the help of private tutoring he secured a place in the seminary. His studies were … Continue reading The Potato Priest