It is time for another Parish Mission! These only occur every 4 years, and we are excited to have it occur very soon – October 16 – 20th – during this Year of Mercy!
The leader of this Mission is Msgr. Timothy Cronin from the Archdiocese of St. Louis.
In addition to being a priest of the Archdiocese of St. Louis, he was Msgr. Kurwicki’s classmate in seminary, and a Pastor-mentor for Fr. Duncan during his Theology I year at Kenrick-Glennon Seminary.
Monsignor Timothy P. Cronin was ordained a priest for the Archdiocese of St. Louis on December 14, 1985. From 1988-2001 he served as religion teacher, administrator, and chaplain at several archdiocesan Catholic high schools. From 2001-2011 he served as Rector of the college seminarians at Kenrick-Glennon Seminary. In 2011 he was appointed Chaplain of Ecclesia Domestica, a homeschooling association in the Archdiocese, which he continues to serve. From 2012 to early 2015 he served as pastor of St. Joseph Parish in Imperial. In February, 2015, he was appointed Senior Associate Pastor of St. Clement of Rome Parish. (Biography taken from St. Clement of Rome Website)
Parish Mission details:
Sunday October 16 – 6:00PM – Mission begins
Monday October 17 – 6:00PM – Pro-Life Mass
Tuesday October 18 – 6:00PM – Penance Service
Wednesday October 19 – 8:00AM – School Mass
Thursday October 20 – 12:00PM (noon) – Rosary
Look for more details in the bulletin!
The St. Joseph Cathedral Golf Tournament raised $17,500. The proceeds were presented to St. Joseph Cathedral Parish, St. Joseph Cathedral School, and St. Joseph Cathedral Athletic Committee. Thank you for all of your hard work in making this a successful Parish event!
Msgr. Kurwicki, Jim Vignola and Clarence Denkler presented the final check to Central Bank on the 2008 two million dollar loan on the School addition. This brings that 5.6 million dollar campaign to a very successful conclusion thanks to your prayers, support and gifts. Those debt reduction envelopes work!
Carl will be taking his 1st Vows on Saturday, August 6, 2016. He is presently in a Chicago suburb, Techny, IL. After his vows he will head into the city of Chicago for two years of Advanced Theology.
Carl sends his love and prayers to everyone at the “Great Cathedral” and thanks each of you for your thoughts and prayers.
See photos of Carl and his fellow seminarians.
Olivia and Addison Monnig’s brother went to the Baltic countries and they insisted he take Fr. Faraway with him. Check out the parish webpage for some great pictures of several Catholic churches in Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia. Thanks to the Monnig girls for making sure Fr. Faraway went on that fantastic trip – it looks like he had a great time visiting these beautiful churches.
The Barnes recently took Fr. Faraway to Ireland – so make sure to check the parish webpage for pictures! Remember to take Fr. Faraway with you on your travels and keep the pictures coming – send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Two Cathedral Parish families took Fr. Faraway with them on recent trips. Last weekend, Fr. Faraway visited Springfield, MO with Daniel (2nd grade) and Nick (preschool) Morris. Fr. Faraway attended Mass at Immaculate Conception parish with Daniel and Nick – as well as their aunt, uncle, and cousin. The Brunnert Family recently took Fr. Faraway to Boston and among the historic sites they visited was the Old North Church. This was the church where the Patriots hung lanterns – one if by land, two if by sea. Remember to take Fr. Faraway with you on your travels and keep the pictures coming – send them to email@example.com.
The Meystrik Family recently took Fr. Faraway to Conception Abbey and to visit the Carmelites staying in Clyde, MO with the Benedictine Sisters of Perpetual Adoration. Check out the parish website for pictures from both the Abbey Basilica and the monastery at Clyde (including a relic of St. Francis of Assisi from their relic chapel). Don’t forget to send in your pictures with Fr. Faraway and make sure he gets to Mass each weekend!
The Delk Family and Fr. Faraway continued their travels though historic Charleston, South Carolina – including a stop at Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church. Check out the parish website for pictures. Don’t forget to take Fr. Faraway with you this Summer and make sure he gets to Mass each weekend!
This week Fr. Faraway traveled to historic Charleston, South Carolina with the Delk Family. Although Fr. Faraway missed his flight with Mrs. Jennie Busby – she made sure to take pictures for him from her trip to Southeast Asia.
This week’s Fr. Faraway Update highlights some Catholic Churches in Tennessee where parishioners went while on vacation. Kenadi Harrison introduced Fr. Faraway to a priest in Gatlinburg and a couple of beautiful stops the Delk family made with Fr. Faraway in Nashville. Keep going to Mass and keep the pictures coming!
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