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Christmas Gift Book to Parishioners

This gift book is available due to the generous donation from two couples in our parishes and is available in our gathering spaces.

Why this book this year?  Watch the video to find out why.

This gift book is available due to the generous donation from two couples in our parishes and is available in our gathering spaces.  The video is also the donated work of Jake Schmiedicke  http://www.storyquestvideo.com/

For the discussion guide go to this link.

Prayer for Beginners Discussion Guide

To join or start a discussion group email Molly at mboeheim@saintscjm.com

May this book be a gift that leads to a step in your prayer life with God.

Eucharistic Miracle Exhibit ~ St. Charles Activity Center

Come to the Eucharistic Miracle Exhibition

 St. Charles Activity Center

Wednesday January 18—Sunday January 22

Eucharistic Miracles are extraordinary events or phenomena which manifest the Real Presence of Jesus Christ in the consecrated bread and wine in a way that we can discern with our ordinary sense. This manifestation of Jesus Christ may be in a consecrated Host becoming visible as human flesh or consecrated wine becoming human blood, in the healing of an individual after receiving Jesus in Holy Communion, in the power of Christ in the consecrated Host stopping natural disaster (i.e. flood, fire), or in a saint living solely on the Eucharist for many years as well as other types of miracle.
 
This International Exhibition consists of Eucharistic Miracles approved by the Church. They are an extensive collection of photographs and historical records representing a sampling of ancient and modern Eucharistic Miracles that have taken place in various parts of the world.
 
Wednesday January 18
6:30 p.m. Talk in church by Sharon Amaya
Exhibit open until 9:00 p.m.
Daily Schedule January 19-22
Thursday 9:00 a.m.—8:00 p.m.
Friday 9:00 a.m.—8:00 p.m.
Saturday 9:00 a.m.—6:00 p.m.
Sunday 9:00 a.m.—10:45 a.m.
Pause for Mass
Sunday 12:00 p.m.– 2:00 p.m.
Plan for 90 minutes for your experience
Browse the exhibit of 48 miracles and 12 additional in Spanish
Watch a video on Blessed Carlos Acutis
Spend quiet time and reflection in prayer before the Blessed Sacrament in Church.
Complimentary materials will be available for you to keep or share with others.
 
If you would like to volunteer to be an exhibit monitor click the link below to view available time slots and to sign up.

Click here to view available volunteer opportunities.

 

2022 Stewardship Appeal

Thank you for responding to the invitation to seek first the Kingdom and grow closer to our Lord Jesus by sharing a portion of your time, talent and treasure! Many of you have responded with the ways you are making God a priority. We appreciate your commitment to share your talents and treasure to further God’s Kingdom here in our faith community.
If you haven’t had a chance to return your commitment forms, please return them to the gift box at the Information Hub or return them to either office. There are additional Time, Talent and Treasure flyers at the Information Hub and digital copies are posted below to guide your reflection if you missed a week. You will receive an acknowledgment of your talent commitment within the next month. If you have any questions or comments, reach out to a Stewardship Team member!
Rosemary Klackle
Marie Gasper
Katey Johnson
Roberta Peacock
Bob Thompson

Listen to and Learn the Latin Mass Parts

Click here for a printable copy of the Latin Mass parts.

Panis Angelicus Pronunciation

Panis angélicus, fit panis hóminum,
Dat panis cáelicus figúris términum.
O res mirábilis mandúcat Dóminum,
Pauper, servus et húmilis.

Te, trina Déitas únaque, póscimus,
Sic nos tu vísita, sicut te cólimus;
Per tuas sémitas duc nos quo téndimus,
Ad lucem quam inhábitas.

Sanctus 308-B

Sanctus, Sanctus, Sanctus, Dominus Deus Sabaoth.
Pleni sunt caeli et terra gloria tua. Hosanna in excelsis.
Benedictus qui venit in nomine Domini. Hosanna in excelsis.

Translation:
Sanctus = holy
Dóminus = Lord
Deus = God
Sábaoth = of heavenly armies
Pleni = full of
sunt = are
caeli = heaven
et = and
terra = earth
glória = glory
tua = your
Hosána = praise or adoration
excélsis = the highest
Benedictus = blessed
qui = who
venit = (He) comes
in nómine = in the name
Dómini – of the Lord.

Memorial Acclamation 309-B

Mysterium fidei! Literally: Mysterium = the mystery; fidei = of faith.
The Mystery of Faith!
We all respond:
Mortem tuam annuntiamus, Domine,
et tuam resurrectionem confitemur,
donec venias.
Mortem = death
tuam = Your
annuntiamus = we announce or proclaim
Domine = Lord.
We proclaim Your death, O Lord.
et = and
tuam = Your
resurectionem = resurrection
confitemur = confess.
And confess Your resurrection.
donec = until
venias = come.
Until You Come
The whole acclamation:
Mortem tuam annuntiamus, Domine,                           We proclaim Your death, O Lord,
et tuam resurrectionem confitemur,                               and confess Your resurrection,
donec venias.                                                                              until You come

Agus Dei 313-B

Agnus Dei,                                             Lamb of God
qui tolis peccata mundi,                 who takes away the sins of the world,
miserere nobis.                                   have mercy on us.
Agnus Dei,                                             Lamb of God
qui tolis peccata mundi,                 who takes away the sins of the world,
miserere nobis.                                   have mercy on us.
Agnus Dei,                                             Lamb of God
qui tolis peccata mundi,                 who takes away the sins of the world,
dona nobis pacem.                           grant us peace.