John takes a long time to tell his stories, especially the stories of Jesus’ miracles.
Worship and Sacraments Commission
This commission works to ensure that the Eucharist permeates all activities of the parish by increasing participation at Mass, connecting liturgies to the works of mercy and outreach of the parish, and facilitating a more coordinated use of homilies and catechesis to reinforce teaching. The commission also assists in preparing parishioners for the sacraments and promotes Eucharistic Adoration. Commission Chair: Carol Craft, 314-842-2626 or send an email.
We know that expression – being thrown under the bus – and perhaps have had the experience of being sacrificed as a friend or ally for a selfish reason.
“Now the serpent was the most cunning of all the animals that the Lord God had made…” With that little segue we are introduced to the tester…
So, what common item found in every home and in many women’s purses in most NOT like the spirit of Lent? [take object out of pocket] A mirror…
I wish I had counted the first half of the week the number of conversations I had that started with how absolutely LOVELY the weather has been this week.
Late one night, a truck driver pulled into a roadside café for a little something to eat. As he was eating, three nasty looking motor-cyclists noisily strutted in and made their way to the bar.
We all know people who seem to do the absolute minimum to get by. As a teacher, I could tell the reflection papers that were from the heart and the ones that were just ‘doing the assignment.’
“Have you ever eaten a salt sandwich?” …mmmm! Or not, as the case may be. We just don’t do that, do we?
For better or worse, the American public was introduced to a new concept this week – alternate facts. The initial tiff was over the size of the inauguration crowd: “The crowd was Hyuuge…”
This weekend, perhaps coincidentally, perhaps providentially, we have a tale of TWO inaugural addresses.