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  • A Short Commentary on the Psalms 
    [Psalm 31:1-24]
    My life and future are in your hands

    Psalm 31 is a prayer of trust in God who saves, who holds time and the destiny of all that he created. This prayer contains psalmist’s fears and threats he faces in life. Psalmist turns to God in utter helplessness, pleading with God to restore stability in his life. The threats could be grave illness, indifference of friends and possibility of physical violence. Psalm reflects man’s inner struggles and the power of prayer that gives comfort, light, healing and strength to live a hope-filled life. Psalm shows that prayer means to open/relate one’s whole being to God with all the emotions, moods and thoughts, a total trust. God’s love is experienced not necessarily as ‘feeling good’ but God as source of life, who holds everything, life’s movement and end!


  • Exciting news!!  We have purchased a parish subscription to FORMED.org, a website account that provides books, movies, information on sacramental preparation, youth materials, bible studies, small group materials, and MORE!!

    Check it out here - and please call the parish office to get the access code.



  • NEW Parish App

    Our new parish app -
    St. Raphael Glasgow, MT - is now available for android and iOS devices.  Please download the app to access all the information available!

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