Theresa Walle

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From the Pastor: August 23, 2020

Questions of the Week:  Why did Jesus changed Simon, Son of Jonah’s name to Peter?  What is its significance?  (See Matthew Chapter 16) Welcome Back St Thomas School Children! St Thomas the Apostle Classical Catholic School Opens this Week.   Our School Team has worked hard through the summer to come up with a safety plan …

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From the Parochial Vicar: August 16, 2020

Like all Prayer, the Mass Requires an Open Mind Fr. Gerald Gawronski  Last week in the bulletin here (in this  very spot)  I offered a rough introduction to the Extraordinary Form of the Mass. I also reported to you, albeit in my words, what my 17 year-old godson said about why young people often prefer that Mass. …

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From the Parochial Vicar: August 9, 2020

I asked my 17 year-old godson why he likes the Extraordinary Form of the Mass. His answer surprised me.  Let me back up a bit. The Roman Catholic Church has a variety of liturgical rites or versions of liturgy. The vast majority of us are familiar with just the one that we experience at almost every …

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From the Parochial Vicar: July 31, 2020

The Science of the Unseen By Father Gerald Gawronski “We do not lose heart… our inner man is being renewed every day. For this slight momentary affliction is preparing us for an eternal weigh of glory beyond all comparison, because we look not to the things that are seen but to the things that are unseen, for the …

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From the Pastor: July 26

Question of the Week:  When was the last time you searched for something like your life depended on it?   What is the Kingdom of God worth? I am preparing to go on a break with my family this weekend. Due to the pandemic, the entire family will not be able to be together. I imagine …

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