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Will you consider forming a crew to clean the church a few times a year? We are looking for crews of 4-5 people to spend about an hour and a half cleaning our beautiful church. This can be adults, teen, families. Call the parish at 812-663-8427, ext 126 if interested. Thank you! ... See MoreSee Less

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Thanks for including the blood of Jesus with our Thanksgiving Mass

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“The Word of God is living and effective, able to discern reflections and thoughts of the heart.” (Heb 4:12) Take time today to read and discuss Scripture with your spouse. #marriagetip ... See MoreSee Less

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How is caring for creation connected with the Eucharist?

A true ecological approach always becomes a social approach; it must integrate questions of justice in debates on the environment, so as to hear both the cry of the earth and the cry of the poor. Through our participation in the Eucharist, we heal ourselves, our relationship with others, and with the whole world. The Eucharist is the foundation of our need to care for creation.
A rich theology of creation in the Eucharist as the bread is offered as "fruit of the earth and work of human hands" and the wine as "fruit of the vine and work of human hands." The water is a natural symbol from God’s providence.
What lies behind our making of the bread and wine - the dying and rising in planting, harvesting, baking or fermenting – comprise the foundation for the celebration of the Paschal mystery in the Eucharist. We participate in the dying and rising of Christ in and through the Eucharist.
In the Eucharist all that has been created finds its greatest exaltation.… Joined to the incarnate Son, present in the Eucharist, the whole cosmos gives thanks to God. Indeed the Eucharist is itself an act of cosmic love.
Jesus unites us once again with God and with one another and with all that God has made. All that was broken and scattered is gathered and reconnected in Him. So, Jesus himself is the answer to the ecological crisis. St. Paul tells us that God’s plan is to unite “all things in Christ, in heaven and on earth”, and that everything is reconciled with God through the sacrifice that Jesus made on the cross.
Cardinal Turkson to the International Eucharistic Congress in Cebu, Philippines / Laudato Si' #236 / Msgr. Paul McPartlan, Archdiocese of Westminster
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How is caring for creation connected with the Eucharist?

A true ecological approach always becomes a social approach; it must integrate questions of justice in debates on the environment, so as to hear both the cry of the earth and the cry of the poor. Through our participation in the Eucharist, we heal ourselves, our relationship with others, and with the whole world. The Eucharist is the foundation of our need to care for creation.
A rich theology of creation in the Eucharist as the bread is offered as fruit of the earth and work of human hands and the wine as fruit of the vine and work of human hands. The water is a natural symbol from God’s providence.
What lies behind our making of the bread and wine - the dying and rising in planting, harvesting, baking or fermenting – comprise the foundation for the celebration of the Paschal mystery in the Eucharist. We participate in the dying and rising of Christ in and through the Eucharist.
In the Eucharist all that has been created finds its greatest exaltation.… Joined to the incarnate Son, present in the Eucharist, the whole cosmos gives thanks to God. Indeed the Eucharist is itself an act of cosmic love.
Jesus unites us once again with God and with one another and with all that God has made. All that was broken and scattered is gathered and reconnected in Him. So, Jesus himself is the answer to the ecological crisis. St. Paul tells us that God’s plan is to unite “all things in Christ, in heaven and on earth”, and that everything is reconciled with God through the sacrifice that Jesus made on the cross.
Cardinal Turkson to the International Eucharistic Congress in Cebu, Philippines / Laudato Si #236 / Msgr. Paul McPartlan, Archdiocese of Westminster

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We have these unity candles left from weddings. Are any of them yours? ... See MoreSee Less

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We have these unity candles left from weddings. Are any of them yours?

Stop for a coffee or juice and some delicious homemade breads and muffins after Mass today! ... See MoreSee Less

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Stop for a coffee or juice and some delicious homemade breads and muffins after Mass today!
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