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Sr. Mary - on her way to Sainthood!
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6 days ago

Just sharing a fun recipe.
1 16 oz. package Oreo cookies (42 cookies), crushed
¼ c. butter or margarine, melted
½ gal. vanilla ice cream, softened (Breyer’s works very well)
1 16. oz. jar choc. hot fudge topping (I use Hershey's Hot Fudge Topping)
1 12oz. container of Cool Whip

Mix crush cookies with melted butter. Press into bottom of a 12 inch Tupperware Pie Taker. Spread ice cream over top of cookies. Pour hot fudge topping in an even layer over ice cream. Spread Cool Whip over fudge. Garnish with chocolate curls or cookies if desired. Put in freezer for 2 hours. Serve with a slicer utensil to prevent damage to Pie Taker.

*My Mom doesn’t have a Pie Taker so she puts the above recipe in two different containers.

*Make this with different kinds of ice cream and see which one you like best!
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7 days ago

Just sharing a fun recipe.  
1 16 oz. package Oreo cookies (42 cookies), crushed
¼ c. butter or margarine, melted
½ gal. vanilla ice cream, softened (Breyer’s works very well)
1 16. oz. jar choc. hot fudge topping (I use Hersheys Hot Fudge Topping)
1 12oz. container of Cool Whip

Mix crush cookies with melted butter. Press into bottom of a 12 inch Tupperware Pie Taker. Spread ice cream over top of cookies. Pour hot fudge topping in an even layer over ice cream. Spread Cool Whip over fudge. Garnish with chocolate curls or cookies if desired. Put in freezer for 2 hours. Serve with a slicer utensil to prevent damage to Pie Taker.

*My Mom doesn’t have a Pie Taker so she puts the above recipe in two different containers.

*Make this with different kinds of ice cream and see which one you like best!

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Yummy . I gained a couple of pounds just reading the recipe, but it might be worth it!

Oh my, oh my, oh my, Oh...this looks delish

Yummy

I would not mind if you was to drop me off a piece

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Congratulations and blessings to Deacon Michael Clawson and Deacon Matthew Perronie, ordained today by Archbishop Charles Thompson at Saint Meinrad Seminary! ... See MoreSee Less

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Join Catholic experts and book lovers with decades of experience in publishing for in-depth weekly discussions of relevant Catholic texts. Hosted by Fr. Joseph Fessio, SJ (Founder of Ignatius Press), Vivian Dudro (Senior Editor at Ignatius Press), and Joseph Pearce (Director of Book Publishing at Augustine Institute). These discussions are part of an online community that reads and discusses a different book each month.
Go to formedbookclub.ignatius.com to sign up for free!
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Join Catholic experts and book lovers with decades of experience in publishing for in-depth weekly discussions of relevant Catholic texts. Hosted by Fr. Joseph Fessio, SJ (Founder of Ignatius Press), Vivian Dudro (Senior Editor at Ignatius Press), and Joseph Pearce (Director of Book Publishing at Augustine Institute). These discussions are part of an online community that reads and discusses a different book each month.
Go to formedbookclub.ignatius.com to sign up for free!

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Taken by Brian Poling 4/8/21

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God sure does paint some beautiful pictures!

Beautiful !

God’s Promise ...

Beautiful !

Beautiful!

Beautiful!

Beautiful 💕

Beautiful. ❤

Beautiful. 💞

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Divine Mercy Service at St Mary Parish- April 11 @ 3:00 pm. ... See MoreSee Less

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"This is not a problem that exists merely on faraway shores and in developing countries. It exists right here in the United States, where thousands of persons are trafficked each year for purposes of forced prostitution or forced labor."
On Human Trafficking, (USCCB), 2007.

St. Josephine Bakhita
Patron Saint of
Human Trafficking Victims
and Survivors
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This is not a problem that exists merely on faraway shores and in developing countries. It exists right here in the United States, where thousands of persons are trafficked each year for purposes of forced prostitution or forced labor.
On Human Trafficking, (USCCB), 2007.

St. Josephine Bakhita
Patron Saint of
Human Trafficking Victims
and Survivors 
Pray for Us

"The Lord be with You." "And with Your Spirit."
Our response to the priest is only for an ordained minister, a priest or deacon. It acknowledges the Holy Spirit given to these men at ordination in the hope that they will use their gifts in their ministry to the Church.
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What a beautiful service💕

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