Browsing the October 2020 archive of Weekly Connection

Happy Halloween ~ Its true substance belongs to the Catholic Church ~ What???, 10/30/20

Posted by Madeline Flores on 10/30/20

  Happy All Hallow's Eve!   Dear STL Family,   Catholics and Halloween? Is it ok to celebrate this day? Well, during this COVID time, we're told NO carnivals, haunted houses, door-to-door trick-or-treating, and more. There are, however, safe alternatives that are shared in this link:    As your ... Read More »

Thank you, Lorraine Flint!, 10/23/20

Posted by Madeline Flores on 10/25/20


  Dear STL Family,   Fr. Ron asked me to share this news with you. It's a note dated October 19th from Mike Wasyliw:        I received a text message yesterday evening from Jimmy Flint, son of Lorraine Flint, that his mother Lorraine passed away last Monday, ... Read More »

Just Say "Yes, Lord!", 10/20/20

Posted by Madeline Flores on 10/21/20

  There is nothing worse than going through one of life’s storms and feeling like you’re alone. When there is a group in your church working to preserve, protect, and help marriages, struggling couples have a safe place to turn. And, they feel less isolated in their struggles as ... Read More »

It's Ok not to be Ok right now!, 10/16/20

Posted by Madeline Flores on 10/20/20

  Dear STL Family,   While the above quote conjures up a beautiful visual image, it also prompts me to reflect on the things we cling to and have to let go of or put on hold.    I want to thank the handful of volunteers joining our Pastoral ... Read More »

Autumn -- The Season of the Soul, 10/10/20

Posted by Madeline Flores on 10/11/20

I notice that Autumn is...  more the Season of the Soul than of Nature.                                                                       ... Read More »

Hello October and Welcome Back, 10/2/20

Posted by Madeline Flores on 10/02/20

Welcome back home, Fr. Ron! We missed you!  You are always in our prayers! Dear STL Family,   The season of Fall is officially here, but I'm not seeing it in the trees or leaves on the ground where I traditionally see the season colors. But I know it's ... Read More »