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Due to so many people out of town/on vacation and lack of attendance the last 2 months, game night for Saturday, July 9 is cancelled. We look forward to resuming in August! Sorry for any inconvenience.

Due to so many people out of town/on vacation and lack of attendance the last 2 months, game night for Saturday, July 9 is cancelled. We look forward to resuming in August! Sorry for any inconvenience. ... See MoreSee Less

Happy Feast Day
Saint Elizabeth Feodorovna of Russia (St. Ella)
1864-1918
Feast Day: July 5
Saint Elizabeth of Russia was born a German princess and granddaughter of Queen Victoria of England. In 1884 she married Grand Duke Sergei of the Russian Imperial Court. She had a happy loving marriage and converted to the Russian Orthodox faith in 1891. In 1905 Sergei was assassinated whereupon she forgave the killer, sold her personal possessions and started the Convent of Saints Martha and Mary in Moscow, that served the poor, suffering and orphans through prayer and action. In 1909 she formed the Sisters of Love and Mercy. In 1918 she and others from the Imperial Family were murdered in a mineshaft with grenades by the Bolsheviks.
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Beautiful sentiments... Happy 4th, all! Stay safe!

Beautiful sentiments... Happy 4th, all! Stay safe!On July 4, 1776, in the midst of the American Revolution, the Continental Congress meeting in Philadelphia courageously declared the thirteen colonies independent from Great Britain. Today, 246 years later, we celebrate this Declaration. With all our fellow Americans, we celebrate our freedom on this Independence Day, the Fourth of July.

(๐Ÿ“ธ: Jean Leon Gerome Ferris, 1900)
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Happy Feast Day
Saint Elizabeth of Portugal
1271 - 1336
Feast day: July 4 (New), July 8 (Trad)
Patronage: victims of adultery, jealousy, and unfaithfulness; Portugal; brides; charitable societies and workers; difficult marriages; falsely accused people; widows
St. Elizabeth of Portugal, also known as St Elizabeth of Aragon and St Isabella of Portugal was queen consort of Portugal and a tertiary of the Franciscan Order. Her great aunt was St. Elizabeth of Hungary, after whom she was named.
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Happy Feast Day
Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassatti
1901 - 1925
Feast day: July 4
Pier Giorgio Frassati was a handsome, fun-loving, athletic, courageous and devout Catholic born into a prominent Italian family. He died at the young age of 24 and has since become the model for lay people all over the world. Beatified in 1990 by Pope John Paul II and named "The Man of the Eight Beatitudes," Pier Giorgio teaches us that holiness is for everyone.
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Timeline photosICYMI: Need a fun summer activity for the family? Hereโ€™s a list of Catholic people, places & things to check out โ€” & then check off โ€” on your next family road trip! Catholic dad Michael Heinlein has some good road trip advice, too! ow.ly/vzzN50JMJu9 ... See MoreSee Less

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Saint Thomas the Apostle
1st century
Feast Day: July 3
Patronage: architects, builders, construction workers, stone masons, against doubt, against blindness, East Indies, India
One of the original 12 apostles, Thomas was ready to die with Jesus in Jerusalem but is best remembered for doubting the Resurrection until allowed to touch Christ's wounds. He preached in Parthia, Persia, and India. He formed many parishes and built many churches over a wide area and was eventually martyred for his faith.
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Welcome to Mass for the Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time ... See MoreSee Less

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Happy Feast Day
Saint Junipero Serra
1713-1784
Feast day: July 1
Patronage: Vocations, California
Saint Junipero Serra was a Spanish Franciscan friar who founded a mission in Baja California and the first nine of 21 Spanish missions in California. The missions were primarily designed to bring the Catholic Christian faith to the native peoples. Other aims were to integrate the neophytes into Spanish society and to train them to take over ownership and management of the land. Serra worked tirelessly to maintain the missions and is credited with helping the Spanish establish a presence in California.
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Today is moving day! New pastoral assignments take effect, so please keep the priests who are moving and the parishes they serve in your prayers. ... See MoreSee Less

Final day of Totus Tuus! Silly song competitions, a skit, final Mass (we've had Mass daily), pizza and popsicle party, shaving cream whiffle ball, shaving creaming the missionaries, and water fight.

Thanks to Fr. Keith Stripe for hearing confessions and saying Mass today.

Thanks to all who donated towards our pizza party.

That's all until next year!!
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Whew!! Day 4 for the younger kids included skits, songs, Mass, learning, and recess. The teens concluded their time with the rosary, an ice cream party, and water fight. Woo hoo! ... See MoreSee Less

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Great job to the whole staff . Enjoyed watching all week ! God bless all of you . Keep on shining!!!!

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