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Mass for the Thirteen Sunday in Ordinary Time: June 28, 2020

Welcome to Mass for the 13th Sunday in Ordinary Time (June 28, 2020) from St. Paul Church, part of SS. Isidore and Maria Parish in Glastonbury, Connecticut. Readings for this Mass may be found here. Music for this services is as follows (BB = Breaking Bread 2020 Hymnal): Gathering: BB 418 The Church's One Foundation Gloria: BB 909 Psalm Chant Alleluia Gifts: BB 621 Whatsoever You Do Holy Holy Holy: BB 912 We Proclaim Your Death: BB 913 Amen: BB 916 Lamb of God: BB 917 Meditation: Violin/Organ Meditation Closing Hymn: 382 Lord You Give the Great Commission Permission to [...]

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Mass for the 12th Sunday in Ordinary Time: June 21, 2020

Welcome to Mass for the 12th Sunday in Ordinary Time from St. Paul Church, part of SS. Isidore and Maria Parish in Glastonbury, Connecticut. Please follow along with the readings here: http://www.usccb.org/bible/readings/062120.cfm Our music is as follows (BB = Breaking Bread 2020 Hymnal): Gathering: BB 582 Companions on the Journey Gloria: BB 909 Psalm Chant Alleluia Gifts: Gifts: BB 697 O God, Almighty Father Holy Holy Holy: BB 912 We Proclaim Your Death: BB 913 Amen: BB 916 Lamb of God: BB 917 Meditation: BB 616 We Are Called Closing Hymn: 496 Faith of Our Fathers Permission to stream [...]

By |2020-06-21T19:56:49-04:00June 21st, 2020|Live Stream Archive|0 Comments

The Presence of Christ

I have often referred to the older woman who lived across the street when I was growing up.  She was a gentle soul named Pani.  It was only until many years later that I learned that “Pani” really meant “Mrs. or Miss” in Polish!  She would often speak of her life during the depression in Poland and of course, her experience of WWII.  She and her husband had just gotten married when they both were carried off to different concentration camps.  Neither knew the fate of the other for well over a year and she would speak of these [...]

By |2020-07-21T10:14:01-04:00June 13th, 2020|Fr. Mark's Reflections|0 Comments
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