From the Rector, Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, 8/9/2020

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If we look to the Old Testament, we can see numerous instances when the Lord instructs Israel to hold a memorial of some significant event God’s plan to restore fallen man. The most famous example is the Passover, the Paschal Sacrifice and Feast. The Passover, the memorial of the Israelites’ being freed from Egypt, was …

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From the Rector, Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, 8/2/2020

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We are making plans for the upcoming Parish Religious Education Program. As you might have anticipated, this fall’s program will be affected by the continued restrictions related to the Covid-19 pandemic. These restrictions we are required to follow are related to the number of students that can be put in a classroom while keeping them …

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From The Rector, Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, July 26, 2020

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Sacred Heart Cathedral School 2020 – 2021 Preschool-8th Grade The plan in place for our Parish school: •Classical Catholic curriculum •pre K- 8th grade •Opening on August 17, 2020. •Five days a week in- person schooling •7:40am-3pm •10 students per class •Mass each day at 8 am •Sacramental preparation for First Reconciliation (2nd grade), First …

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From the Rector, July 19, 2020, Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

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Recently, my parish bulletin had a short article on St. Simon stock and the scapular. When I was growing up, I remember the brown scapular and the green one. Could you please tell where the scapular came from? Are there different kinds of scapulars? A reader in Springfield: the scapular originates in the habits worn …

Read moreFrom the Rector, July 19, 2020, Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time