Some Spiritual Reading For the Days Ahead

  Hello Everyone, Once again, I hope that all is well.  As we (hopefully) begin to settle into a new normal and maybe have a little bit of room to breathe now, I thought I could also share some thoughts on some helpful spiritual reading.  These books are good regardless, but my hope is to … Continue reading

Monday Mass Intention

Hello Everyone, I hope your weekend is going well.  Once again, especially after a few days as maybe we start to settle into new routines and learn to adapt to new circumstances, my hope is these days ahead will be a time for us to focus rediscover the joy of those simpler things in life … Continue reading

Church Operations

Hello Everyone, I hope that all is going well as we enter into a unique weekend. I wanted to give you a general update on church operations during this time.  As you know, all of this is subject to change at any moment, due to the constantly changing situation. However, as of right now, here … Continue reading

From Jerusalem to Europe to Saint Timothy’s to Facebook

What is the connection between ancient Romans, the Muslim Turks, the Stations that we have at Saint Timothy’s, and what we are doing today on Facebook have in common? Keep reading… Hello Everyone, As a reminder, we will be live-streaming the Stations of the Cross at 2:00 P.M. today.  I hope you are able to … Continue reading

Live-Streaming the Stations of the Cross 2:00 PM on Friday

  Hello Everyone, With these unique circumstances come unique opportunities.  Join us tomorrow at 2:00 PM as we live-stream the Stations of the Cross so that you can follow along from your home.  This would be a great opportunity, especially during this season of Lent, to gather the family together, especially as many people are … Continue reading

Litany in Time of Need

Hello Everyone, First, I hope you read the news here about the cancellation of all public Masses here at Saint Timothy’s and around the Archdiocese, effective immediately.  Please help us spread the word. Then, recognizing of course the paramount importance of prayer during this time, the Archbishop is inviting all of you to join him … Continue reading

A PRAYER TO COMBAT THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC

Most Merciful and Triune God.  We come to You in our weakness.  We come to You in our fear.  We come to You with trust.  For You alone are our hope.  We place before You the disease present in our world.  We turn to You in our time of need. Bring wisdom to doctors.  Give … Continue reading

PARISH OFFICE HOURS DURING THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC!

The parish office is not officially open or closed at this time of uncertainty.  Office employees may be splitting working hours between the parish office and home.  If you come to the parish office, please ring the doorbell and we will answer if we are available.   This is subject to change. If you have an … Continue reading

An Important Announcement from the Archbishop

  Hello Everyone, I hope that all is well with you.   As you may have heard or will soon hear, Archbishop Hebda has decided to suspend all public Masses and other public prayer services such as Stations of the Cross for the next few weeks.  The full letter directly from the Archbishop is below. … Continue reading

10:00 AM Mass to be Live-streamed on Facebook Live.

  Hello Everyone,   As I mentioned earlier in this post, Archbishop Hebda has dispensed all Catholics from their usual Sunday obligation to attend Mass in light of the COVID-19 Coronavirus.  In doing so, he has also reminded Catholics of the importance of continuing to keep Sunday as a Holy Day by participating in Mass … Continue reading

COVID-19/Coronavirus and Saint Timothy’s

Hello Everyone, I hope that all is well with all of you.  We have received a number of questions regarding the Coronavirus and any potential changes here at Saint Timothy’s.  As you know, the situation is changing rapidly. First, Archbishop Hebda has just announced that he is dispensing all Catholics in the Archdiocese of Saint … Continue reading

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