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Suggested Prayers
Prayer of Consecration to Immaculate Heart of Mary
Peace prayer Feb 2022
New Parish Prayer – (Advent 2021)
Parish Prayer for Healing (full prayer text)
Pocket Prayer of Commitment

Praying through Scripture
Lectio Divina Explained

Read our Modern Day Parables:
When Love Was Born — December 28th reflection
A Humble Transformation  — December 21st reflection
What Should I do? — December 14th reflection
Which Way Shall We Go? — December 7th reflection
See the Signs — November 30th reflection
Equestrian Queen — November 23rd reflection
Skies of Gold — November 16th reflection
Giving Your Two Cents Worth — November 9th reflection
Doing Stinky Jobs With Love — November 2nd reflection
I Want to See Beauty — October 26th reflection
Places of Honor — October 19th reflection
Truth Commandments — October 12th reflection
Child’s Play — October 5th reflection
Being Better Off — September 28th reflection
The Journey with Dad — September 21st reflection
Watercooler Joe — September 14th reflection
It Happened in the Streets — September 7th reflection
Tradition Turned Over — August 31st reflection
Asking Too Much  — August 24th reflection
You Can Take it With You  — August 17th reflection
Bread Day! — August 10th reflection
Telling Stories — August 3rd reflection
Patsy’s Packages  — July 20th reflection
Two for the Road — July 13th reflection
In My Own — July 6th reflection
Not Giving Up on You — June 29th reflection
Waiting in the Wings — June 22nd reflection
Feed the Future  — June 15th reflection
Living in Hope  — June 8th reflection
Never Alone — June 1st reflection
Pieces of Peace — May 25th reflection
Alive & Well  — May 18th reflection
Love Remains — May 11th reflection
The Flow of Energy — May 4th reflection
Keeper of the Streets — April 27th reflection
Hands & Feet  — April 20th reflection
What Happened??? — April 13th reflection
(No Modern Day Parable for Easter)
My Turn — March 30th reflection
Ella’s New Life — March 23rd reflection
Old Mixed With New — March 16th reflection
It Doesn’t Have to Be the Same — March 9th reflection
To Be Dazzling White — March 2nd reflection
Desert Quarantine — February 23rd reflection
To Be Free & Clean — February 16th reflection (1)
To Be the Queen  — February 16th reflection (2)
Taken Away — February 9th reflection
The Other Side — February 2nd reflection
You Have A Place  — January 26th reflection
Mallory’s New Title  — January 19th reflection
A Mighty Moment — January 12th reflection
The Sisters Journey — January 5th reflection
The Family Inquisition — December 15th reflection
Pandemic Christmas Dinner — December 8th reflection
Be Watchful! — December 1st reflection
Multiply the Good — November 17th reflection
Waiting With Wisdom — November 10th reflection
Be the Shining Star — November 3rd reflection
Love What You Do — October 27th reflection
No Right Answer Here — October 20th reflection
A Wedding Banquet Fit for a Princess — October 13th reflection
When Pride Gets in the Way — October 6th reflection
Going is Only the First Step — September 29th reflection
Hierarchy for Help— September 22nd reflection
How Many Times? — September 15th reflection
Just Like Grandma Used to Say — September 8th reflection
Think of it This Way — September 1st reflection
Rumor Has It — August 25th reflection
Try, Try, and Try Again — August 18th reflection
Keeping Fear in Check  — August 11th reflection
Goodness A-Plenty — August 4th reflection
Carry It With You  — July 28th reflection
The Meaning of It All — July 21st reflection
Bits & Pieces — July 14th reflection
Seeing What is Possible — July 7th reflection
Love is the Reward — June 30th reflection
The Broken Sparrow — June 23rd reflection
The King’s Gift — June 16th reflection
Daughter/Wife/Mother in One — June 9th reflection
Receive the Gift — June 1st reflection
You Are Needed Now — May 26th reflection
Going Out into the World — May 19th reflection
My Dwelling Place — May 12th reflection
The Shepherd’s Voice — May 5th reflection
The Walk To Emmaus Today — April 28th reflection
The Upper Room — April 21st reflection

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I seemed to be looking at a sea of crystal suffused with fire, and standing by the lake of glass, those who had fought against the beast and won, and against his statue and the number which is his name. They all had harps from God..... Revelations 15:2

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I visited the catacomb in Rome where her remains are buried ✝️

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Our St. Paul logo was designed by fellow parishioner Lori Brechtel, a graphic designer. Lori put great thought and detail into its design. She began by seeking out a symbol of our church that would be readily identifiable to all of our members - the circular, quartered round window on our building.

The yellow, starbust portion represents the light of Christ that blinded Paul, and that light which we show to each other among our congregation, and others. it is "bursting" from the confines of our own church and radiating into the world.

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