Monthly Archives: February 2017


This Week @ SKP – February 25, 2017 Ash Wednesday, Fish Fry, Eucharistic Adoration and Stations of the Cross

This coming week at Saint Kilian Parish February 25 to March 3, 2017 Ash Wednesday – March 1, 2017 This Wednesday is the beginning of the Lenten Season. What are Ashes and Lent about? Check out this two minute video by Busted Halo – http://bustedhalo.com/video/ash-wednesday-in-two-minutes Ashes will be distributed after the homily at the following Masses: 6:30 am / 10:00 am / 7:00 pm and after the homily at prayer services held at: 12:00 Noon / …Follow this path →


Free Video Series During Lent The Bible and the Sacraments

If you are looking for something to supplement your Lenten journey, the Saint Paul Center is offering part of their Journey Through Scripture video Bible Study at no cost during Lent. The Bible and the Sacraments is based on Swear to God; The Promise and Power of the Sacraments, a book by Dr. Scott Hahn.   Over the course of 11 lessons, beginning on March 1, this study presents the participant an opportunity for growth in …Follow this path →


This Week @ SKP – February 18, 2017 Volunteers needed, No CCD, Fish Fry Fridays!

This coming week at Saint Kilian Parish February 18 to February 24, 2017 Presidents’ Day Holiday Parish Offices will be closed on Monday, February 20th in observance of the Presidents’ Day holiday. No CCD Classes this week There are no CCD classes this week, February 19, 20, or 21 as we break to allow families to enjoy the long weekend. Classes resume February 26, 27 and 28. Vacation Bible Camp The warm weather this week reminds us that …Follow this path →


“I’ll pray for you!” Genuine promise or casual remark?

“I’ll pray for you!” This is something I’ve said to dozens of parishioners and friends, if not more,  who tell me about something going on in their life that needs some divine guidance or assistance. Until a few years ago, I never dwelled too much on those words or that promise. I received an email from a former parishioner. Her email was to inform me that her husband, in his early 50’s, had passed away after …Follow this path →


Religion and romance

On this Valentine’s Day, some interesting facts and numbers regarding faith and relationships! Read more in the article found in the Randolph County Herald Tribune.   Religious compatibility isn’t a top-of-mind concern for many relationship seekers, who are often more focused on finding someone who likes the same television shows or outdoor activities. According to Pew Research Center, 3 in 10 people who don’t share their religion with their partner describe faith as a source …Follow this path →


New novel offers spiritual nourishment to children The Costly Cookie Chronicles: A Young Heart Discovers the Face of Christ

Our young people need guidance and encouragement on their paths of discipleship. With each generation faith is becoming less of a priority, needless to say,  planting and nurturing the seeds of faith is very important. Julie Kelly offers her second book aimed at touching young hearts and lives! You can read more about Julie and her books by following the link below to the article in the Arkansas Catholic and you can find her books on the Nativity …Follow this path →


Tiny Saints Little gifts of faith for the young people in your life!

Here is a wonderful way to introduce the young folks in your family to the saints! Joe and Colleen Klinker began this adventure to explain to their older children the unexpected death of their stillborn daughter, Melody Paige. You will fall in love with these adorable small saints and find yourself stocking up on supplies for your children or grandchildren. There are a variety saints from which to choose and many saints you may never have …Follow this path →


When God is Silent — Finding spiritual peace amid the storms of life

I have just finished Archbishop Martinez’s, Worshipping a Hidden God and found it to be very insightful and practical. When God is Silent focuses on peace and, in a world that is at times chaotic, unpredictable and stressful, finding peace is a true blessing. Putting this on my future reading list! You can read more on this book review by Mary Hartwell on the Integrated Catholic Life website. Martinez gives three paths to peace. First, he …Follow this path →


Pope: Prayer brings light of hope in dark times – Catholic Courier

“Prayer brings you to hope,” the pope said. “And when things become dark, with more prayer there will be more hope.” – See more at: http://catholiccourier.com/news/world-nation/pope-prayer-brings-light-of-hope-in-dark-times/#sthash.vmnshEGu.nRzltuIE.dpuf Source: Pope: Prayer brings light of hope in dark times – Catholic Courier 0