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He is awaiting test results for COVID 19.At this time we request prayers for Fr. John Geis and his family. ... See MoreSee Less

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He is awaiting test results for COVID 19.

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Prayers for you Father Geis and your family that you will all be free of this disease. In Jesus saving name. Amen.

Father married us 40 years ago... πŸ™πŸ»

Hopefully it will be Negative, prayers for you Father Geis πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™

Praying. I had my first communion with Fr Geis

Prayers for Father Geis and his family

We’re praying for you Father Geis πŸ™πŸΌ

Prayers for dear Father Geis.


Prayers Father!

Prayers to Father Gries. πŸ™πŸ»πŸ™πŸ»πŸ™πŸ»πŸ™πŸ»πŸ™πŸ»

Praying πŸ™

Prayers πŸ™




Oh prayers!









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With the stay at home order extended until May 1st, our Confirmation Mass scheduled for April 25 and our 1st Communion Mass scheduled for May 3 have been postponed. No further direction on rescheduling has been provided at this time. As soon as I know anything about rescheduling, I will reach out to you. ... See MoreSee Less

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Each year, on the Second Sunday of Easter, the Church celebrates the Sunday of Divine Mercy. Mankind’s need for the message of Divine Mercy took on dire urgency in the 20th century, when civilization began again to lose the understanding of the sanctity and inherent dignity of every human life.

In the 1930s, Jesus chose a humble Polish nun, St. Maria Faustina Kowalska, to receive private revelations concerning His Divine Mercy that were recorded in her Diary. St. Faustina’s Diary records 14 occasions when Jesus requested that a Feast of Mercy be observed. On May 5, 2000, five days after the canonization of St. Faustina, the Vatican decreed that the Second Sunday of Easter would henceforth be known as the Sunday of Divine Mercy.

Since the legalization of abortion in our country, millions of women, men, and families have been hurt by abortion. By the age of 45, as many as 1 in 3 women have had an abortion, and a similar number of men and family members have been involved. Many inaccurately believe that abortion is β€œthe unforgivable sin.” They need to hear that God forgives every sin of a repentant heart, even the sin of abortion.

The Sunday of Divine Mercy provides an important opportunity to share Christ’s message of mercy, especially with those who have been wounded by abortion.
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Link to statement -

Doctors group response -

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We must stand upright and fight against this ungodly practice of killing our unborn and sometimes a live birth blotched abortion is also allowed to be left on a table to die without any assistance from the abortionist team. Mostly the way to fight us giving money to ACLJ legal team to fight legally for us. Also, to protest in front of the killing facilities. Now go fight for these children to have life.

God have mercy on their souls when they consider killing babies an essential move in life

I can’t believe it!

Unbelievable !


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"Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind that by testing you may discern what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect." Romans 12:2

Lent is a time to renew your mind, body and spirit so that throughout the year you can focus on God and discern His will.
πŸ“£Today’s challenge: Give up checking your phone when you are with others. Focus on that person as someone made in the image and likeness of God, and give them the attention you think Christ would give them.
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One of my Favs!! Great reminder! Thank you!!

Great challenge. Also thanks for mass this past weekend. We enjoyed.

This is the lentiest lent I have ever lented.

Love your message you are giving us

Can you think of the last time you wrote someone a hand-written note? What about the last time you received one? There is power in putting pen to paper, and in receiving a hand-written letter or note.

In an age of the internet, it’s much easier to just send a message via email or text, of course! But there is something to be said about the extra love and encouragement that goes into a hand-written correspondence, on both the sending and receiving end.
πŸ“£Today’s challenge: Write a short letter or note to someone you love--whether you drop it in the mail or on their pillow.
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My mother was known for sending out lots of greeting cards, and I've found myself doing it more lately. Proving that we do at some point, become our mothers (at least those of us who are daughters do).

My parents soooo appreciate this in asst living. Pretty much how we communicate now.

Do this quite a bit, like a ray of sunshine 😊

Thank you'd send hand written notes are wo drrful. I save them.

A lot of people at age 98 don’t want a smart phone r can figure them out. It’s so refreshing to write n receive letters.

I send cards a lot, but need to even more now.

Just sent one to my Aunt Thursday.

I agree

Maybe write the note and take a pic of it and send. That way no chance of contamination in the letter

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Bless you Fr. John. We also were able to do the Stations of the Cross on Friday. May God be with all of us.πŸ™

Greg and I attended mass at 8a. So grateful to have this opportunity. Thanks Father John for all you do!! "I am not worthy that you should enter under my roof but only say the word and my soul shall be healed." TBTG (Thanks Be To God)

Thank you Father John for celebrating mass for us on this 5th Sunday of Lent. May God bless you and keep you well!

Thank You.... For Giving us the "Gift of Self"....... Again Jesus said, "Simon son of John, do you love me?" He answered, "Yes, Lord, you know that I love you." Jesus said, "Take care of my sheep." John 21:16 Shalom

Thank you Father John. May God hold you in his hands. Stay healthy and safe.

Thank you for this. It is such a great feeling. God Bless You!

Thank you, we are blessed to still be able to share this time with you. Hopefully we'll be back with you in our church again soon.

Thank you, Father John. So grateful for the opportunity to "attend" Mass during this challenging time. Stay well!

Thank you, Father John! We have been sharing our mass with family across the country ♥️ glad to see your doing well. Bless you and all our St Mary Family

Thank you sooo much...we are truly blessed!

We had the same you tube Mass. Fr. Nagel had a great homily about the virus

Attending Mass this morning....thank you for your comforting words, Father John

Thank you so much for all you do! You are our rock!

Good Morning and thank you, Father John, for making it possible to join you for Mass this morning ♥οΈπŸ™

Thanks for sharing Mass and a great message. Praying for your safety ❀️

Father John, Thank You for providing comfort and filling my home this 5th Sunday of Lent

We are SO BLESSED to have you as our pastor-thank you!

Thank you, Father John !

Thank you Father John! πŸ™πŸ»β€οΈ

Thank you Father John

Thank you Father John

Thank you for sharing Mass with us.

Thank you be safe

Thank You, Father John!

Thank you Father John!

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