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Thank you to all who participated. We raised 113% of our goal of $1000!
Many thanks to Sean Cooney and the Weisbrick boys for doing without their beds so that others could have a bed.
Click for the HOMILY Sunday June 28, 2020
The question, “who do you love more?” seems competitive and almost impossible to answer. But heard in the context of Elisha’ story today and in the reality, struggles and fears all around in these times, the challenge seems to come to life and truth begins to emerge.
Click for the HOMILY, Sunday June 21, 2020
Click for the HOMILY – Feast of the Body and Blood of Christ-
June 14, 2020
During the “sojourn” in the desert of these challenging days,
our worship can never be reduced to “mere watching.”
Rather, we must make ready until He returns in glory.
Click for the HOMILY – Feast of the Holy Trinity, June 7, 2020
For those who truly “hold up” the Word of God, hearts change and justice for all becomes a never-ending mantra. The national sin of racism is an evil perpetrated when division and polarization among us
is promoted and even valued.
CLICK for: United States Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Letter
on Race: OPEN WIDE YOUR HEARTS.
CLICK for: Message from Pope Francis
CLICK for the Homily: Feast of Holy Trinity, June 7, 2020
CLICK for the Homily: Feast of Pentecost May 31, 2020
CLICK for: Letter of Bishop Austin Vetter, Bishop of Helena
on the death of George Floyd and National protests.
CLICK for: WHEN WORDS FALL SHORT: A Pastoral Letter on Racism.
Bishop George Leo Thomas, Bishop of Las Vegas
CLICK for: Statement of Cardinal Joseph Tobin, Archbishop of Newark
As always, but especialy during these “Virus-days” of “isolation” and “stay at home” protcols, Blessed Trinity and Spirit of Christ continues to be of support to those who may have special needs. If you are in need of extra help or if you are aware of others among your friends or in your neighborhood who may need assistance, particularly the elderly, those who are disabled and unable to secure assistance, or those without family support, OR if you, or a family member, are in the hospital, please call the parish office and leave a message OR call Fr. Ed or Sr. Mary Jo directly (721-1675).
THANK YOU TO ALL WHO CONTINUE TO SEND YOUR STEWARDSHIP OFFERINGS. Please remember to MAIL your weekly/monthly stewardship to the parish, regularly. Your REGULAR offering is vital for the continuing life and ministry of Blessed Trinity+Spirit of Christ.
If it is more convenient for you to contribute ELECTRONICALLY, you can do so through the Diocese of Helena. CLICK ON THIS LINK and follow the directions: https://diocesehelena.org/parish-offertory-gifts THANK YOU.
POPE FRANCIS: “It’s not just about migrants…it’s also about our fears.”
Catholic Actions to support Immigrant Families and Children;
United States Bishops Statement Condemning Threat of Widespread Enforcement Actions and new Rule Drastically Limiting Asylum.
Click to go to Parish JUSTICE FOR IMMIGRANTS page.
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