The Gibault Catholic High School Men’s Club is hosting a Glo Bingo for players 18 years of age or older on Friday, March 18, in Gibault’s Hustedde Gymnasium. There will be over $1,000 in cash prizes. Drinks will be available for sale. Please bring your own snacks. Doors open at 6:00 p.m. and the bingo[…]
Last Monday we celebrated the funeral Mass for Craig Range. Craig died last Friday, February 19. I would like to once again express our condolences to Aimee, Sam, Jack, Lucy, Ella, and all the other members of the Range family. Craig was a member of the Holy Name Society and he coordinated the installation of[…]
Senior Service Project: From February 22 – March 11, the senior class at Gibault Catholic High School goes out into the community to serve with compassion. This year we have 15 students serving at an orphanage in Ecuador. Please join us in praying for our seniors as they serve our global community! Gibault Catholic High[…]
At the February meeting, Mike Kovarik updated the ladies on the events planned for the Monroe County Bicentennial and presented each with a commemorative bell. Since the $1,000 Campus Project donation made at the January meeting was actually earmarked for the HVAC system, it was agreed at this meeting to pledge $1,000 towards the fund[…]
The Path to Our Salvation — Take courage, take hope in the Cross—the path to our salvation. When we are faced with mystifying and heartbreaking circumstances, we can draw hope from the words of Scripture, which proclaim, “We know that all things work for good for those who love God, who are called according to[…]
Congratulations to the SPPCS Chess team who placed 4th overall in the Cahokia Conference. This young team improved tremendously since the beginning of the year. Also, congratulations to Luke Warden who was named team MVP. The chess team is coached by Cate Smith and Layvonne Gilleson.
If you haven’t returned your pledge donation form that was mailed to you, please do so now. The committee needs the forms WHETHER OR NOT you can contribute at this time. The committee would like all the forms returned by next weekend.
Our parish prayer challenge has just begun. Please try to be a part of this great project. Pick up a card each week and keep a tally of your prayers. By the end of Lent, you will certainly see the benefits of belonging to a prayerful community. I would like to sincerely thank the Craig[…]
We hear about virtue and vice but what do they really mean? A virtue is a good habit while a vice is a bad habit. Pray this week that Jesus may help us replace a vice and grow in one of the virtues (temperance, justice, prudence, fortitude). Check out this website for more on the[…]
March 14 – May 9 10:00 a.m. – Noon Losing a loved one to death is a difficult journey. Spending time with others who are going through the grief process or have gone through the grief process can help you to see that the thoughts, feelings and experiences you are going through are normal. Those[…]