Saturday: 3:15 pm
Every year on November 1st, we remember, that as the holy ones of God on earth, we are in communion with the saints of heaven in praising the Lord. We profess in the Creed every Sunday, “I believe in the communion of saints.” The glorious company of apostles, the noble fellowship of prophets, the white-robed martyrs and the saints of all times and places, eternally sing out to the Holy and Mighty God, and our voices from the earth are with them in praising the Lord. This is especially done when in the Eucharistic Prayer we solemnly sing, “Holy, Holy, Holy Lord, God of hosts. Heaven and earth are full of your glory. Hosanna in the highest.” We, who are making our journey on earth, look to the many glorious saints in heaven, as models and examples for our Christian living. Certainly each of us have some favorite saints to whom we look. Thursday, November 1st, the Feast of All Saints, is a Holy Day of Obligation on which Catholics should take part in Mass, which will be at 9:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. A special envelope for this day is in the monthly packet which parishioners recently received.
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