On July 10, Blessed Sacrament School in Springfield awarded prizes in in its second “Golf Balls from Heaven” raffle.
Father Jeff Grant, pastor of Blessed Sacrament Parish, released the numbered golf balls from a helicopter over the driving range at Illini Country Club at approximately 6:45 p.m. Six hundred tickets, representing six hundred numbered golf balls, were sold for $50 each.
GODFREY — The Knights of Columbus Council 7804 and St. Ambrose Parish in Godfrey are hosting a presentation called “Fatima 2017: 100 Years Later, Mary’s Triumph, Our Hope, a Final Warning” on Saturday, Aug. 19. The event begins at 7 p.m., at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 1713 Stamper Lane in Godfrey.
I had a conversation with a group of colleagues who also happened to be parents of young children, and we were sharing stories of various parenting techniques that we observed. A couple of techniques and characteristics stood out as both exemplary and very effective. “The Look” was high on our list.
Daily Scripture readings for the weeks of July 23 and 30.
Daily events occuring throughout the Diocese.
Bishop Paprocki's public schedule for the weeks of July 23 and 30.
Proclaiming the joy of the Gospel is the mission entrusted by the Lord to his church. In keeping with this mission Pope Francis is introducing a new approach through a 2018 Bishops’ Synod with the topic, “Young People, the Faith and Vocational Discernment.”
The Catholic Church has decided to examine herself on how she can lead young people to recognize and accept the call to the fullness of life and love, and to ask young people to help her in identifying the most effective ways to announce the Good News today. By listening to young people, the church will once again hear the Lord speaking in today’s world and glimpse which lies ahead and the paths the church is called to follow.
QUINCY — Archer Daniels Midland Co. recently donated $2,000 through its “ADM Cares” program to the Ladies of Charity in Quincy. The donation will help provide high protein additions to the food baskets distributed by the organization.
“We find it increasingly difficult to keep up with the need for meat and other high protein foods,” said Jane Haas, president of Ladies of Charity of Quincy. “With the help of ‘ADM Cares,’ we have been able to meet these demands and greatly enhance the value and quality of the food we give.”
ST. LOUIS — The Ursulines of the Central Province installed a new leadership team during a blessing ceremony held June 2 in the provincial offices in St. Louis. Team members are Sister Rita Ann Bregenhorn, OSU, provincial; Sister Maria Teresa de Llano, OSU, councilor; and Sister Jean Hopman, OSU, councilor.