Bless the Lord, my soul; all my being, bless His holy name! Bless the Lord, my soul; and do not forget all His gifts. - Ps. 103
We’re blessed to have Heron Kuhn and Jason Handcock with us, who flew in from Reno, Nevada to work on projects!
During this special week of prayer for the dead we remember with love our faithful and holy Chaplain, Fr. Ray Ryland and his beautiful witness of love for Christ.
Fr. Ryland was a man of deep prayer and union with Christ. His joy when celebrating Holy Mass was unmatched. He was truly an inspiring man, and left a beautiful testimony of how his life was touched by God and how he was "Drawn from Shadows into Truth."
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"I would go so far as to say that if there was not purgatory, then we would have to invent it, for who would dare say of himself that he was able to stand directly before God. And yet we don't want to be, to use an image from scripture, 'a pot that turned out wrong', that has to be thrown away; we want to be able to be put right. Purgatory basically means that God can put the pieces back together again. That he can cleanse us in such a way that we are able to be with him and can stand there in the fullness of life. Purgatory strips off from one person what is unbearable and from another the inability to bear certain things, so that in each of them a pure heart is revealed, and we can see that we all belong together in one enormous symphony of being." Pope Benedict XVI
SISTERS OF REPARATION
"Whatsoever you do, do it from the heart, as to the Lord, and not to men: Knowing that you shall receive of the Lord the reward of inheritance. Serve ye the Lord Christ" Colossians 3:23-24.
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