Friday of the 12th Week in Ordinary Time

Shalom, Y’All:

Greetings, and welcome to Friday of the 12th week in Ordinary Time.

Since it is Friday, we don’t have a Liturgy of the Word today, but we do have a Reflection, which is up and running now on our Facebook page.  Our reflection today is on the Sacred Heart of Jesus.

And, here is a link to the readings for today: Click Here for Today's Readings .

Well, I guess today will be links day.  Unfortunately for me, that doesn’t mean I will spend the day on the links.  LOL.

It means I want to provide you with some direct links to a few things: a link to the readings for today (see above), a link to sign up for Sunday Mass, and a link to sign up for Weekday Masses.

First of all, Click Here to Sign Up for Sunday Mass .  As of this morning, the 10:30 am Mass on Sunday is signed up to capacity. We will be live-streaming that Mass as well.  The other Masses are wide open, so you can choose any of the other Masses for this Sunday.

Secondly, Click Here to Sign Up for Weekday Masses.  Those weekday Masses are wide open as well.  (I will be adding more days to the sign-up list today or tomorrow.)

With the ongoing breaking news about the increase of Covid cases in our area and throughout Texas, please be sure and check these emails each day as well as our website.

We will let you know if there are any changes in the directives from our Bishop.  As of yesterday, we had not heard of any changes, so we will proceed as planned for Sunday Masses this weekend.

Just one reminder for Sunday and Weekday Masses: please wear your Facemasks.

And so…one more link: Click Here to Go To the STA Website and then click on the STA Facebook link at the top of the page so you can watch today’s reflection on The Sacred Heart of Jesus.  (If you go in through our website, you do not have to have a Facebook account to view the reflections or to watch the live-stream on Sundays.  You also don’t have to login to your Facebook account by going through our website.)

Let’s all pray and ask our Lord to heal the hearts of people all over the world and to help everyone turn to Him to be filled with His love and forgiveness.  He loves us with His whole heart…let’s love Him as well.

He came and died for us that we might have eternal life, and there is no greater love than that.

Blessings to all.

Your servant in Christ,

Deacon Ken