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    /slideshows/homeMedium/vessels.jpg Mass - Saturdays @ 6:00pm; Sundays @ 9:00am
    /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 67:1-7
    That God’s ways may be known on earth!

    Psalm 67 is communal prayer of praise and thanksgiving, invoking God’s blessings upon his people. Psalmist prays that all peoples of the earth come to know God as source of life and all that exists. Psalm reflects that the main purpose of prayer and
    blessings received is for the establishment of peace and justice [fairness] on earth. Praise is an outward expression of the inner joy the human heart enjoys for the gift of
    life and God’s gracious presence in the world. God’s unseen laws guide the universe, manifested in the bounty of the earth that provides for life on earth. This psalm is said to be a benediction that Jews recite at the end of Sabbath observance. We use this
    psalm as a blessing song on special occasions: “May God be gracious to us and bless us and make his face shine upon us” [Psalm 67:1].
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  • 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.

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    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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