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  • Why we do that at mass

    The Creed: The homily is followed by a few moments of silence during which we thank God for the word we’ve heard and apply the message of the readings to our daily living.  We then stand and recite the Creed.  The Creed is a statement of our faith in the word we’ve heard proclaimed in Scripture and the homily and a profession of the faith that leads us to give our lives for one another as Christ did for us. Originally, the Creed was the profession of faith of those to be baptized at this point in the Mass.

  • St. John Food Pantry

    We had our food pantry grand opening, ribbon cutting and blessing ceremony Tuesday, May 31st. The pantry is located directly behind the thrift store at 301 N. Main St. in Brownsville. Stop by and take a look sometime.

  • Sophia Award

    The diocese is accepting nominations for this year’s Sophia Award.  Nominees must be parishioners who are sixty-five or older and have made outstanding contributions to the community.  If you have someone you would like to nominate please let Fr. Tony know.

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  • This Week's Message: No turning Back.

    Homework:
    Practice on the corporal works of mercy this week.
    Feed the Hungry
    Give Drink to the Thirsty
    Shelter the Homeless
    Visit the Sick
    Visit the prisoner
    Bury the Dead
    Give Alms to the Poor
  • Why the Eucharist is so important to Catholics.

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      There were Christians in Rome within a dozen or so years after the death of Jesus, though they were not the converts of the “Apostle of the Gentiles” (Romans 15:20). Paul had
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