The words “Praised be You, my Lord” appear eight times in The Canticle of the Creatures. Why has this an 800-year-old poem composed by St. Francis of Assisi endured for so many centuries and what does it have to say to
We have GOOD NEWS to share! In response to a Diocesan webinar on May 25 regarding updated Mass guidelines, the following changes will now be in place: 1. The wearing of masks at Mass is now optional. Masks are still
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Thursday, February 25, 6:30-8:00PM at St. Jude Church or Watch Online at the Quad-Parish Website, Facebook & YouTube Repeated on Saturday, February 27, 9:30- 11am at St. Jude Church It is the flames of the fire that catch the eye,
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