At the April meeting, Dylane Doerr shared very interesting facts regarding the history and current status of the Eagle Cliff / Miles Cemetery. Ladies agreed to: Purchase two Gold Rush tickets, at a cost of $200. Award $1,000 in Gibault scholarships ($250 to each of four SPPCS eighth graders). Donate $1,000 to SPPCS for tuition[…]
It all took place in the fourteen-mile round-trip to and from Emmaus. It resulted in burning hearts! It raises this question: How do we know Jesus today? Three things we know for sure. (1) We know Jesus in faithful testimony of those opening us to Good News. (2) We know Jesus in Scripture read aloud[…]
They recognized him in the breaking of the bread. What does this mean for us in today’s world? During Jesus’ life, there was a lot of misunderstanding regarding his identity and mission. They recognized Jesus when he worked miracles. They failed to recognize him in his humility. When Jesus was crucified, it became even more[…]
Congratulations to SPPCS eighth grader Harry Lyons who recently won 1st place in the Monroe-Randolph ROE Spelling Bee! Harry was one of the eleven-eighth graders in the competition which was held at Prairie du Rocher School. We are so proud of him!
Our SsPP knitters and crocheters have been busy creating a wonderful abundance of home-made prayer shawls and lap blankets to be offered to anyone who is ill, lonely, homebound, grieving, residing in skilled care, nursing homes, etc. These prayer shawls and lap blankets are free of charge and can be given to anyone, parishioner or[…]
SAVE THE DATE! The Gibault Catholic High School Spring Concert and Senior Art Show will be held Sunday, April 30, at 7:00 p.m. in the Hustedde Gymnasium. Come celebrate the arts with us!
FROM THE DESK OF BISHOP BRAXTON Illinois votes in favor of Public Funding of Abortion. Let’s thank Gov. Rauner for promising to veto HB 40 The relevant documents are attached.
The Parish Council has an opening and is accepting nominations for a new board members. If you would like to nominate someone or if you want to be considered for the Parish Council board please contact Father Osang or Nathan Higgerson. The School Board has openings and is now accepting nominations for new board members. […]
This Sunday is Divine Mercy Sunday. The Sunday after Easter was proclaimed Divine Mercy Sunday for the universal Church by Pope John Paul II during the canonization of Sr. Faustina (April 30, 2000). This feast was already being celebrated in Poland and in the Vatican. This feast of Divine Mercy is an invitation trust in[…]
His Excellency, Bishop Braxton, will celebrate a Mass on Sunday, June 4, at 1:00 p.m., at the Cathedral of St. Peter honoring all married couples who are celebrating major anniversaries in 2017. Major anniversaries are 25, 30, 40, 50, and 60 and all years over 60. Please submit names and addresses to the Parish Office[…]