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Rev. Bill Crowe's Corner

Happy Labor Day
Why do we have Labor Day as a holiday? Labor Day is often seen as the last unofficial day of summer. It is the last chance for a summer barbeque.
Labor Day is more than a day off of work or school.
Labor is the backbone of our community. Each person has gifts that we are given to build up our community.
Labor Day is a day to remember the police and fire personnel who keep us safe and help us in emergencies.
Labor Day is a day to remember doctors and nurses who are given knowledge so we can experience healing of our beings. Labor Day is a day to remember the workers who maintain our streets, rail systems and airports so we can safely travel to our destinations.
Labor Day is a day to remember construction workers who build our buildings to shelter us from the cold and heat.
Labor Day is a day to remember business men and women who are given knowledge to make our lives better.
Labor Day is a time to remember farmers who grow crops
and raise livestock to feed a hungry people.
Labor Day is a day to remember ALL who labor and build up our community.
Labor Day is also a day to remember and pray for those who are unemployed or underemployed so their needs can be taken care of.
Labor Day is a day to remember all who labor to build up our community and should be treated with dignity and respect.

Begin your Labor Day celebration with our Labor Day mass at 10:00am in the church.

Have a safe and blessed Labor Day.


View the photos from Father Dan Fox farewell liturgy on June 29, 2014.


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Food Gathering:
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Please bring your non-perishable items to benefit the Guadalupe Center food pantry.


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Prayer For Priestly Vocations
Prayed at the Ordination of Fr. Eben McDonald and Fr. Nabor Rios on June 3, 2012

Father, in every generation you provide ministers of Christ and the Church. We come before you now, asking that you call forth more men to serve our Archdiocese in the ministerial priesthood.
Give us priests who will lead and guide your holy people gathered by Word and Sacrament. Bless us with priestly vocations so that we can continue to be a truly Eucharistic Church, strengthened in our discipleship of Jesus Christ, your Only Son.
Raise up, we pray, men who are generous in their service, willing to offer their lives and all their gifts for your greater glory and for the good of your people.
We make our prayer in the presence and power of the Holy Spirit, through Christ, Our Lord.



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