Saturday (Vigil), 5:00 p.m.
Sunday, 8:30 a.m.
Please pray for the sick of our parish:
Kim Johnson, Joyce Hugman, Jodie Duhon, Sherry Brown, Gail Levy, Tina Dell’Acqua, Betty Lucas, Jim Daniels, Kitty Ruffeno, Cathy Baird, Julie Ruffeno-Proctor, Allen Leonard, Michelle Davis, Debbie Turner, Royce Ann Tipton, James DeCuir
If prayers are no longer needed, please let us know. Email email@example.com or call the church office 903-845-2306.
October 4: “What God has joined together, no human being must separate”. How many times have we heard these words in our lives? I, as a priest, have used them on a number of occasions. There are times when we think of marriage ceremony as of not top priory. Sometimes, we think the reception afterwards is of priority. We, as a people of faith, have to readjust our priority. When we look over the experience of our lives, have we noticed that a great number of people have rejected the idea of marriage whether civil or sacramental. Jesus refers to the Hardness of Heart other people may call this Brokenness. This brokenness causes fracture of marriage. If marriages are affected , then so are relationships with one another. Marriage is not a change; it is a commitment for life. There is work , there are moments that are high and low. Our faith takes commitment and time. Let us never stop giving up.
Church Office Hours are Tuesday - Friday, 9:00 am to noon. Father Mark is available on Tuesdays & Thursdays.
OCTOBER IS THE MONTH OF THE HOLY ROSARY and this entire month is dedicated to the Rosary. The feast day of the Holy Rosary in particular is October 7th. The feast of the Rosary is held on October 7th in memory of the glorious and triumphant victory at the battle of Lepanto. That battle was the most convincing military victory that proved without a doubt the great power of the Rosary. Join us and pray the rosary before Mass on October 4, 8:15 AM.