CURRENT OPENINGS – DIOCESE OF CHEYENNE For more information and to receive a complete job description please visit: https://dioceseofcheyenne.org/job-openings Director of Hispanic Ministry The Diocese of Cheyenne has an opening for Director of Hispanic Ministry. The Director of Hispanic Ministry, in close collaboration with the Director of Pastoral Formation, assists the Diocesan Bishop in cultivating … Continue reading CURRENT OPENINGS – DIOCESE OF CHEYENNE
We are in need of a few extra volunteers for Thursday Adoration. If you are available between 9:30 am and 11:30 am, please consider dedicating half an hour of your time to prayer. If you would like to add your name to our Adoration list during these hours or are interested in a different time … Continue reading Adoration
From the Diocese of CheyenneBishop Steven Biegler has extended to all the faithful in the Diocese of Cheyenne the dispensation from the obligation to celebrate the Eucharist on Sunday and Holy Days of Obligation through Wednesday, June 30, 2021. To read the full decree, go to: https://dioceseofcheyenne.org/the-living-church-in-a-time-of-crisis-covid-19. ~~ De la Diócesis de CheyenneEl obispo Steven … Continue reading Dispensation Extended
After much thought and prayerful consideration, we have made the decision to resume a regular Saturday confession schedule. Parishioners may still call and schedule confessions, Father Demetrio and Father Phil will be available to hear confessions from 4:00-5:00pm Saturday evenings. Due to the recent uptick in COVID cases, we are not yet ready resume confessions … Continue reading Saturday Confession Returns at OLM
Doers of the Word Sunday, March 21, 2021Loud cries and tears. In the August 9, 2010, edition of the New York Times, appeared the obituary of actress Patricia Neal, who died at age eighty-four. The writer of the obituary discussed Neal’s life and career for her role in the film Hud (1963). Neal also later made … Continue reading Loud cries and tears
DIOCESE OF CHEYENNEOffice of the Bishop The Equality ActMarch 15, 2021 The U.S. House of Representatives passed the Equality Act (H.R. 5) on February 25, 2021. Thisbill would amend the Civil Rights Act of 1964 so that “sex” be read to include “sexualorientation and gender identity.” H.R. 5 would prohibit discrimination on the basis of … Continue reading Bishop Steven’s Statement on the Equality Act
So much he didn’t understand – like us – but he took care of his family. He did what he could to make this world a better place. He did his duty, simply, faithfully, loyally, dependably. To that extent he speaks to all of us who are trying to understand the pandemic and the impact on us.
Are there questions about God you feel you cannot ask in public? What are they, and who could you ask in private?
This is the link to the Live Stream for Denyy McCracken’s funeral. PLEASE NOTE: Denny’s funeral is scheduled to begin at 10:00am. Please follow the link, as we cannot broadcast their LiveStream directly from the page. https://youtu.be/Qj6u28xNo40 Denny’s funeral is on Tues, March 2nd, at 10:00am Mountain Time. We will broadcast the live stream link … Continue reading Funeral: Dennis (Denny) McCracken
Doers of the Word Promises, Promises! Has the human heart changed much in 4000 years? The longing for children and the desire for land are still emotional issues. When God wanted the attention of Abraham, he promised him land and more sons that he could count. To a Babylonian emigrant, 75 years old and childless, who … Continue reading Promises, Promises!