most Catholics realize that we have returned to the
liturgical season of “Ordinary Time”
day after the Solemnity of Pentecost. It will
continue until the Saturday evening Mass for the First
Sunday of Advent.
the Most Holy
week we celebrated the Feasts of Sts. Peter and Paul
(formerly known as Corpus Christi). This past
Elizabeth’s following the 9am Liturgy, which concluded with Benediction of the
Most Blessed Sacrament. My thanks to all of those who participated during
that time! Friday was the wonderful feast of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus
and on Saturday we celebrated
taken place this past month and with that goes all of the spiritual benefits as
that will most certainly present an opportunity to enhance the worship and
St. Benedict’s has been painted, the woodwork has all been polished, the floor
is being sanded and stained (giving it sufficient time to dry) and then
refinished, then a new carpet for the floor. New lighting and electrical outlets
have been added in places that needed it.
In fact, as the development of the church has taken place it is a delight to
recognize how much has been achieved! Thank you all for your involvement in
helping us bring about this undertaking! Many, many people have chipped in to
help us out during this time and God knows how grateful we are!
long now before we’ll be asking folks once again to give us a hand in moving
the Altar, Stations of the Cross, organ, pews and other “church things” back
Celebrations at St. Benedict’s once again!
better reason: the Greater Honor and Glory of God!