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    /slideshows/homeMedium/mary%20grotto.jpg Rosary - Saturdays @ 5:30pm & Sundays @ 8:30am
    /slideshows/homeMedium/reconciliation2.jpg Reconciliation - Saturdays - 5:00-5:30pm or by appointment
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  • Meditation on Psalm 61:1-8
    Hear my cry, O God; listen to my prayer!

    Psalm 61 is a prayer for help; psalmist confesses his trust in God, who is the rock. salmist prays experiencing deep distress in life. Psalm acknowledges that life is in the shadow of constant setbacks, fear, frustrations, threat etc. Psalm commentator Dahood says, “the psalmist is here describing the human condition in existentialist terms: man constantly stands at the edge of the abyss and only divine assistance can
    prevent his falling into it”. For a person of faith, situations of suffering become a channel to go deeper into life’s true meaning, to discover our authentic, true self as reflecting the image of God. God’s presence with us is enduring beyond death! Psalm
    reminds us that all prayers are a returning to God who is love and entrusting oneself to God who is rock! A praying person acquires a rock like stability in times of suffering, a
    freedom and fearlessness.

  • 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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