Since today is Saturday, we have our prayer to Our Lady of Sorrows, and it is now live on our Facebook page. In that prayer reflection, we will hear a beautiful version of Stabat Mater followed by Ave Maria.
Since today is Friday, we have a prayerful reflection to The Sacred Heart of Jesus and that is followed by the beautiful version of “Holy is His Name.” Please go to our Facebook page to find that video.
The Liturgy of the Word video for today is up and running on our Facebook page and yours truly is the celebrant and homilist for today. The reflection at the end is our weekly prayer to Our Guardian Angels.
Yours truly is the celebrant and homilist for our Liturgy of the Word video, which is now posted on our Facebook page. The reflection that follows is a prayer to Our Lady of Fatima, and the Memorare prayer is included in that reflection.
Welcome to Thursday of the 29h Week in Ordinary Time. Today’s readings can be found if you Click Here for Today's Readings . Our reflection after the Liturgy of the Word is a prayer to our Guardian Angels.
Fr. James Dorman is our celebrant and homilist for today’s Liturgy of the Word, and it is up and running on our Facebook page. We don’t have a Memorial for a saint today so there is no Saint info for today.
Greetings Dear STA Parishioners and Special Friends:
Welcome to Tuesday of the 29th Week in Ordinary Time and the Optional Memorial of St. Paul of the Cross. You can find today’s readings if you Click Here for Today's Readings . (Sorry I forgot them yesterday…it was a long day at the office Sunday. LOL.)
Welcome to Thursday of the 28th Week in Ordinary Time and the Memorial of Saint Teresa of Jesus, better known as St. Teresa of Avila. Our Liturgy of the Word video is up and running now, and you can find it on our Facebook page as usual.
Yours truly is the celebrant and homilist today. And, just so you know, cornbread and buttermilk play an important part in the homily. LOL. You will have to watch the video to see what I am talking about.
Our Liturgy of the Word for today is up and running on our Facebook page, and Deacon Tony Campise is our celebrant and homilist today. The Liturgy of the Word is followed by a prayer to The Infant Jesus of Prague.