The Storm: Monday, October 29, 5:10 PM The electricity goes out throughout the St. Malachi campus. The wind is powerful. Tuesday, October 30, 2 AM There is a tremendous crashing sound; the rectory is shaken. Two trees in the front have broken and crashed into the porch. The morning light reveals that the trees have Read more ..
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Thanks to Jan Leitch for this piece. The Kingdom Steward is above all human! To be human is to be in relationship with God and others. This relationship calls us in “equity and justice,” to share our gifts with the needy. Through this sharing we also fulfill our need to give as those created in Read more ..
My name is Mary Jo Schwartz and I was one of six children raised in a loving Catholic family. My father was deeply spiritual and I think way ahead of his time. My husband, Jeff, and I have been married 42 years; we have three children; we were foster parents and we have 7 grandchildren. Read more ..
Below is the final page to the pieces offered to us by the Stewardship Education Subcommittee. Please take time to pray and reflect. See the previous post here for the other pages. October 22 & 23, page four, Stewards share their treasures and gifts!
Please join us Sunday, Ocotber 30th to celebrate All Saints! Here are some highlights! All Saints Day Celebration! Sunday October 30 at St. Malachi 9:30 Mass followed by breakfast and PSR presentations on saints in the hall Egg & cheese strata will be provided Bring bagels & breads, milk & juice, or fruit to Read more ..
The wonderful folks on the Stewardship Committee have developed these handouts for our reflection this month. Below are the links to the first two handouts, with the last page to come next Sunday. Please read, reflect and enjoy. Special thanks to Jan Leitch. October 8 & 9, page one, Stewards know that they are Read more ..
On the third Wednesday of each month, some of us get together to read, reflect and engage a taste of Thomas Merton in the Wednesday evening prayer group. The following piece is from this past Wednesday. Thomas Merton is writing about a way of life; among many ways Christianity is apparent in our lives are Read more ..
St. Malachi Church brings you a wonderful opportunity to deepen our understanding of worship together. There are three sessions, come to what you can. October 1, 11 and 18. No cost and open to all. Click here for the flyer!
A sincere and belated thanks to everyone who can to the annual picnic! Wanted to share some pictures from the youth and the wonderful time they had. To view all the pictures click here.
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